HP Color LaserJet Pro Multifunction M479fdw Wireless Laser Printer with One-Year, Next-Business Day, Onsite Warranty (W1A80A)

October 22, 2019 - Comment

It’s built to keep your business moving forward—the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M479fdw keeps up with how you actually work, collaborate, and get things done. With fast print, scan, copy, and fax capabilities, best-in-class security, and automated workflows, this multifunction color laser printer is designed to let you focus your time on growing your

It’s built to keep your business moving forward—the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M479fdw keeps up with how you actually work, collaborate, and get things done. With fast print, scan, copy, and fax capabilities, best-in-class security, and automated workflows, this multifunction color laser printer is designed to let you focus your time on growing your business and staying ahead of the competition. Maximize productivity with an intuitive 4. 3″ color touchscreen control panel, and stay connected with easy mobile printing options. This wireless color laser printer is also designed with the environment in mind; save up to 18% energy over prior products without compromising productivity, and help save paper right out of the box with the default paper savings mode.

Product Features

  • BUILT TO KEEP YOUR BUSINESS MOVING FORWARD Print, scan, copy and fax consistently high quality documents with the HP Color LaserJet Pro Multifunction M479fdw, a wireless printer designed to let you focus on growing your business
  • BEST-IN-CLASS SECURITY A suite of embedded security features, like instant threat notifications and optional PIN/Pull printing, help protect your color laser printer from being an entry point for attacks and help ensure the safety of your sensitive data
  • AUTOMATE COMPLICATED WORKFLOWS Help save time by automating all the steps in a complicated workflow, and apply your saved settings at a touch of a button via the customizable touchscreen control panel
  • PRINT WITH OR WITHOUT A NETWORK Use built in Wi Fi Direct to connect your smartphone directly to your wireless laser printer for easy mobile printing, even without a local network connection
  • SPEED THROUGH TASKS Stay productive with single pass, 2 sided scanning, 50 sheet auto document feeder, 250 sheet input tray, and print speeds of up to 28 pages per minute from this laser printer
  • ENHANCED ENERGY EFFICIENCY Designed with the environment in mind, the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M479fdw saves up to 18% energy over prior products, with technologies that help reduce paper waste
  • TONER CARTRIDGES YOU CAN TRUST Avoid reprints, wasted supplies, and service calls by using Original HP 414A/414X toner cartridges designed for your multifunction color laser printer
  • ONE YEAR, NEXT BUSINESS DAY, ONSITE Get help with 24 hour, 7 days a week FREE HP Web support. See specification sheet for terms and conditions; Operating temperature range: 15 to 30°C

Comments

Anonymous says:

This works pretty well There are many comments about feeder-scanned images being slightly tilted. This is true. It surprised me because after all the comments I would have thought they’d have fixed that.I tried several times with HP on the phone to connect wirelessly. It connected, but each time I turned my computer off and on, at night, I’d have to also turn the printer off and on to get it to connect. So I just connected it with a USB cable. It’s irritating that that was necessary, but since that was the…

Anonymous says:

Great Multifunction Home/Small Business Laser Lasers have come a long way since the compact car-sized monochrome business lasers of yesteryear. And HP has been in the forefront of development of laser printing technology, with literally dozens of models for home/business applications. This model is a good example of their desktop line of lasers. Remarkably svelte for what it does (although it does weigh over 50 pounds) – ten years ago this type of printer would have been on wheels, with it’s own room and IT staff. And it does…

Anonymous says:

Returning Due to Awful Software I teach computers, software, and general office equipment, and have never had a problem setting the software to do exactly as I needed it to. Until now. It may or may not be associated with the fact that I refused to allow HP to blatantly collect data. It appeared that the software I got was somehow dumbed down by my refusal to check their box, and uncheck the permission box on a separate page. I installed twice to make sure that what I thought was happening actually happened. When I unchecked…

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