shame it's an HP - after having bad experience with several HP products (recent one being an HP inkjet which I am looking to replace preferably with a laserjet) I decided to never waste my money on HP again (nerd)
I did this too. Not purchased more toner for it yet. It’s been fine so far though I find it a bit slow to connect wirelessly to my iMac or phone. Just couldn’t stomach replacing costly dried out cartridges on my previous inkjet.
I just copped. ***Warning***: HP Wireless Laser Printers have connectivity issues, myself and everyone I know who bought one had the same problems. I just got rid of the one I bought last year and annoyed I am forced to buying another one. The reason I bought another HP product was purely because this is the smallest depth wireless laser printer on the market. I have a narrow shelf to place it on, if I had 5 cm more I would opt for the Brother HL-1212W. Brother seems to be extremely reliable and works flawlessly, but not the best looking.
Literally looks the same as some of the Samsung printers. Top tip, if it doesn’t accept aftermarket toners, swap the microchip on the aftermarket toner for the chip on the original and it will work fine.
Definitely looks the same as the 2026W! Those are cheap on ebay still I think