HP PageWide 377DW Review: Is It Worth It?

While not as widely known as HP’s other lineup of printers such as the EcoTank, OfficeJet, or DeskJet printers, the PageWide lineup does in fact have a product that can up most of its competitor in shame. As such, in this HP PageWide 377DW review article, we’ll be going over what makes this one hell of a AIO stands up above the rest.

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Size and Dimension

Thanks to its classification as a heavy-duty AIO, the HP PageWide 377DW is quite large in size. It’s 1.5 feet tall, and 1.7 feet wide. Due to this, it’s rather obvious that this AIO is not designed for small home offices with not many large spaces to put printers into.

But as far as heavy-duty AIO goes, the HP PageWide 377DW settles at a reasonable dimension.

Print Quality

If we’re to say about the 377DW most excellent feature in this HP PageWide 377DW review, it will of course be the print quality. 

Unlike most AIOs at this price that usually disappoint with their lackluster color and clarity, the PageWide 377DW delivers and exceeds all of our expectations. Its colors are gorgeous, vibrant and full of life.

Same thing goes with its scanning capability. The 377DW manages to produce excellent results with very high clarity and readability, both for documents and images. 


With a quality and features as excellent as this AIO, you’d think that it would cost over $800 or so. But the truth is, the HP PageWide 377DW is quite cheap. Its initial purchase cost is around $600 and you could probably even get it cheaper as its in discount quite often.

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Its upkeep cost isn’t atrocious too unlike many other inkjet printers that uses cartridge. Refills are readily available and won’t leave your wallet begging for mercy just for cartridges refills.

Cost-wise, the 377DW is an excellent investment if you’re thinking of using it in a long term, despite it using cartridges instead of the much cheaper ink bottles.


As with many other HP printers, it’d be a shame to not mention its convenience features in this HP PageWide 377DW review. As far as modern AIO goes, the 377DW is chockfull of features that while not at all needed, will certainly be appreciated for its owners.

The first thing in this list of convenience features is the wireless capability. It supports AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, and HP ePrint. And since it’s an HP printer, you can be confident that it will connect to the HP Smart app too.

It also supports automatic duplex printing and scanning, a feature that is very much appreciated considering how much of a hassle duplex printing/scanning could be.

The Verdict

HP PageWide 377DW review

Among the many printers, AIO or traditional, the HP PageWide 377DW is definitely one of the best one. It scores almost exceptionally well in all its marks. The only thing it’s somewhat lacking is of course the cartridge usage as its way more expensive compared to ink bottles.

But at that point, we’re just nitpicking it for this HP PageWide 377DW review because the’ aren’t many bad things to say for this printer. The bottom line is, if you need a printer that will do everything you could ever ask, definitely keep the HP PageWide 377DW as a candidate.

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All in all, that’s everything we can say for this HP PageWide 377DW review. We hope you find it useful, and we’ll see you again next time.

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