HP OfficeJet 200 Mobile Printer Review



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Today I’m reviewing the newly-released HP OfficeJet 200 Mobile Printer. Now this review unit was sent to us by HP, for review. Most of the products I review, are devices that I’ve bought and tested. However, when a manufacturer sends us an item, I’ll always let you know. So let’s go ahead and take a closer look at the device. As it’s name suggests, the OfficeJet 200 is an extremely compact, printer that’s meant to be taken with you wherever you go. The printer measures about 14 inches wide by 7 inches deep by about 3 inches tall. And just to show you how compact it is, I have it next to the HP envy 4520 which is a pretty compact entry-level printer. In fact, it’s so compact that it’ll even fit into a regular laptop bag like this one and doesn’t add all that much heft, even with the laptop and accessories, already inside the bag. This is really useful for folks who travel a lot. The 200 shares it’s industrial design with most modern HP printers and is made of black plastic with a sleek, understated design. To keep the printer compact, the 200 does away with a standard closed paper tray and replaces it with a flip open lid which doubles up as open paper tray. The tray also has a paper guide which allows you to load anything from letter size to envelopes and even 4 x 6 photo paper. The tray can hold a maximum of 50 sheets. Opening the lid also reveals the Officejet’s control interface. It has a power button with power and battery charge indicator lights next to it, on the left hand side. In the center, it has a 2 inch black and black and white screen with a familiar HP menu layout and control buttons on both sides of the screen. Now the quality of the screen is actually pretty good and and it does tilt for better viewing angles. However, what disappointed me was that for a printer that costs over $250 dollars, HP had decided to not provide it with a touchscreen. And touchscreens are becoming standard even in entry-level printers, so it’s really sad HP didn’t give this device a touchscreen. Now this is a bit annoying when toggling through menu’s or setting the printer up. Not a huge issue, but for the price, this device definitely deserves a touchscreen
The officejet uses two standard 62 series ink cartridges that live behind this flip panel on the front. Now to boost your print capacity, you can always opt for the 62XL cartridges which will almost triple your print yield. And I’ll leave links to those below.
What truly makes it mobile is the lithium ion battery pack that lives behind this panel on the back. The battery is removable and you can always buy spares, so you don’t run out of juice when you’re on the go. The panel also has a pushbutton charge indicator on the back which shows you how much charge you have left. The main screen also displays battery charge percentage on the top right hand corner. The battery can be charged using the provided ac cable which charges the battery up from empty in about 2.5 hours. You can also plug into AC power when your battery runs low and use it like a regular desktop printer. The battery also charges in the background, when you power it with AC. Now if you don’t want to carry around your ac cord, you can always charge the printer from a usb charger or usb port on something like a car charger. The charger must be capable of providing 1A of charge and plugs into the usb port on the rear. You will have to shut the printer down, to charge it this way. I’ll leave links to a few car chargers and usb wall chargers that’ll work with this printer, in the description below. The printer also works with anything from 110 to 240VAC, so you can use it anywhere in the world.

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25 comments

  1. Holy Freeholy

    200 not touchscreen 250 touch screen. I have fat fingers and. Can press wrong click on touch screen so I appreciate the buttons. “Fat fingers”

  2. Mike Patterson

    Very informative! Thank you

  3. ashley MSbarrel

    Can it print sticker paper

  4. Erickson Vasconcelos

    Comprei essa impressora no site da americanas, nao recomendo a compra,
    cartuchos originais não imprimiu mais que 10 folhas, a impressora não aceitou recargas, paguei 2.000 REAIS, achando que seria um excelente produto, levei em um técnico, informou que não tem um bom benefício… NAO RECOMENDO A COMPRA

  5. How much are the cartridges? And can one get reliable compatibles?

  6. Mohammad Hashem

    I have payed it. It is really very good

  7. Kerry Ciotti

    I love to hate this printer. Meaning it is great when it works as a travelling business person I?have replaced it 3 times in 4 mos. First exchange was for a bad battery, the 2nd had a faulty receiver and had connectivity issues. The third one is giving an improper shut down message that freezes all functions amd I never let it shut down without using the power button as indicated. So if you get it purchase the warranty and hopefully it doesn't break when you are depending on it as it has me for 3 times now. Hoping for better luck on the 4th try and very disappointed by HP customer service.

  8. chandru keerthana

    Cartridges available or not

  9. I have been printing blanks my cartridges are fine but I havent used them for more than a year. Please help!

  10. Maxim Stuckert

    Papa of the HP Tango X

  11. Really good review. Can't print PDF documents? Deal breaker. All else looks great.

  12. Miguel Moreno

    Careless about the touch screen but wish you could print pdf but regardless it seems great

  13. does it do auto two side printing?

  14. I have this printers too but and its quite new but somehow the result of the printers is not good its blurry and glitch does anybody know how to fix it

  15. Uh, I'd rather pay extra to go without a touchscreen. Enough already, I miss actual buttons.

  16. William Chiado'

    How does it work with the 160g pages?

  17. This is best printer I want buy one

  18. Lamka Vangkhua

    Van this print photopaper like Kodak, Prijmajet etc…

  19. Anthony Starfield

    How many ink cartridges does it have? What are they called?

    And how much does it cost to buy a full compliment, in United States dollars?

    I have an old Canon printer, MP620. I bought a 10 pack of generic ink cartridges on Ebay for just $8. They work fine. If I went to Staples, those 10 cartridges would have cost me $174 plus tax.

  20. Buenas tardes! Disculpa. No puedo imprimir a color. Algún tip.? Las imágenes si me sale la opción pero un documento de Word no! 😭

  21. Pride Projects

    you can print A3 please

  22. excellent review
    the fact that it doesnt print pdf documents just killed all the other benefits as all documents are pdf

  23. Hi Does anyone know what the exact model of the bag?. Thanks

  24. how much this one?

  25. anthony dyson

    Love Hp products, brought an Epsom, total disaster. The problem with HP mobile printers is that they get discontinued very frequently, what support would you have with a discontinued product from a manufacturer as in ink supplies? I'd like to buy an HP printer but judging from it's previous models, they don't stick around long.

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