PerformanceThe Officejet 150 continues to demonstrate the impressive print speeds of HP's mobile line, with results that compare similarly with the older version. It printed 5.86 pages of text per minute, 2.3 presentation slideshow pages per minute, and just under two full graphic sheets a minute as well for slightly faster metrics over the Officejet 100. I'm also impressed with the lack of latency issues for transferring a file over Bluetooth, in addition to the printer requiring little to no warmup when you switch it on; I imagine this asset will prove useful for print jobs where time is a factor.
I understand that with the old model, the 470 mobile printer, you could connect it to an iPad using an ad-hoc network. Is this not possible to do on the new 100 or 150 mobile printers? The HP specification clearly states that the 150 is a networkable printer, in addition to wireless and bluetooth...
We've seen portable printers and mobile scanners before, but according to HP, the Officejet 150 Mobile All-in-One is the world's first portable all-in-one device, enabling you to print, scan and photocopy on the move.
The HP OfficeJet 150 is a mobile all-in-one printer, designed with a small size that can fit into travel luggage and not necessarily add to your burden. This size does not in any way compromise the quality of its prints as it also gives an excellent condition despite its size. This feature is a significant reason why the printer has to have a detachable battery of its own as a power source. The physical dimensions of this particular product give it a very portable look that makes it suitable for small office spaces and desks in rooms. The printer has a detachable battery, which is unique for printers. Therefore, the power source is internal. The dimensions are 3.52 x 14.0 x 7.81 (when the cell is fully intact with it). The device is also lightweight with a weight of 6.9 lbs.
1. No Ethernet connection would have helped to connect into a network2. There is also no mobile printing ability for this printer. That means the printer cannot use HP ePrint and Apple AirPrint applications
For months now to no avail, I have been trying to locate a printer driver for the HP 150 mobile printer. I am seeing a driver for Vista, and for Windows 7,8 but nothing for Windows 10. Am I not looking in the right place??Your assistance would be greatly appreciatedThank You!
Laptops used to be this size. What a neat idea. According to HP, the Officejet 150 Mobile is the world's first portable all-in-one printer, scanner, and photocopier. We've seen portable printers and mobile scanners before, but never both functions in the...
Buying Guide 25 best laptops in the world The HP Officejet 150 Mobile portable printer, scanner and photocopier brings the mobile office one step closer. At last, you can take your multi-function device on the road with your notebook. It's not quite...
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The best portable printers allow you to print from wherever you are, whether you're on a business trip or relaxing on a beach. By combining the ability to print into a compact device you can slip into a laptop bag or backpack, you can print documents and photos anytime time and anywhere. With Wi-Fi connectivity and often an optional battery, a mobile printer gives you the freedom to print even if you're away from an outlet.
Of the four models outfitted with a battery, the Epson WorkForce EC-C110 is the least expensive. With the WorkForce moniker, this mobile printer is sold by business equipment resellers, and might be the best portable printer for business users. Of the inkjet models here, it is the lightest, weighing just 3.5 pounds.
The PocketJet 773 printed more slowly than the mobile inkjet printers we tested. It was the slowest at printing our five-page text document (1:02). It also was the slowest at printing our six-page mixed text and graphics PDF (3:46), even though it was printing it in black-and-white (the inkjets printed it in color).
Price range: To help you find the right mobile printer, we considered a range of models and chose five products that we felt best represented the variety available. The printers we reviewed are priced from $200 to almost $500 (including accessories, such as a battery). Prices in this article include a battery, in some cases as part of a kit, except for the HP Tango X, which does not offer a battery option.
This week we've gotten our hands on the next-generation HP mobile all-in-one printer by the name of Officejet 150. This machine is made for mobile professionals and is able to print, scan, and copy. The reason you'll want to pick this machine up is the fact that it's so incredibly compact and works with full-sized 8.5 x 11 inch paper as well as a rechargeable lithium ion battery. You've for Bluetooth connectivity built-in as well as the ability to connect to what HP mentions are "select" mobile devices including Windows Mobile and Blackberry smartphones.
We've not had the opportunity to try this all-in-one out with the rest of the mobile phone world like Android and iOS, but Bluetooth is the connection you've got here indeed. You can also scan to a PC, print via email, or work with a USB drive or a variety of memory cards to print in your modern mobile world. You're also able to scan and convert to PDF or JPEG on the fly for instant placement on any of the connected media listed above.
150s are fairly reliable. About 70 percent of the units we see are mostly if not fully functional. The most common problem we see is a dead screen, usually caused by a power supply problem. It is also not uncommon for the touch screen feature to stop working - this is typically caused by dust building up in the bottow rows of IR LEDs/receivers and gives a Power On Error 1000. While blowing compressed air into the holes along the bottom of the screen can sometimes fix the problem, it may be necessary to disassemble the unit and clean out each hole with a fine pick and some contact cleaner to loosen the fluff in teh hole. In same cases, the actual IR LED and phototransistors can also be bad. The cameras on mobile phones can be used to check the functioning of the LEDs - but they are quite dim. These computers are not entirely intuitive to work on and require a little patience. When you turn an old unit on, it takes awhile (usually over two minutes) for anything to appear on the screen, even though the fan starts up immediately. The 150 also has a lot of configuration screens, explained in the documentation. The most important configuration screen to get right is the global configuration screen. The unit must be configured as a computer (rather than a terminal) in order to boot up. If configured as a terminal, the 150 won't look for mass storage devices from which to load the operating system (and won't prompt you to do anything about it). Be sure to have your operating system mass storage device set to HP-IB address 0. No test or keyboard command will tell you directly how much memory your 150 has. The "Memory Test" fuction will give you this information, but in a way that you need to interpret. The Memory Test will give you a range of sequential digits in the lower left part of the screen ranging from 0 to 9. The number of digits present will tell you how much memory you have (see manual) and which sections are working. Batteries (N cells) are common and easy to replace but if left in the unit too long, they will leak which can damage the video board they are mounted on - this often makes the board irrepairable due to corrosion in and under the nearby ICs. 2b1af7f3a8