HP continue to ensure your small business has the most feature rich and product printers available. If you bought a printer a long time ago and have only paid attention to it when there’s a problem, you could be missing out on new speeds, feeds and functionality of new printers.
HP recently introduced a suite of new printers which include:
Three HP Officejet Pro All-in-Ones, three HP Officejet Pro single-function printers and a new low-cost HP Officejet All-in-One.
These inkjet printers continue to blur the speed line between the speed of a laser printer and inkjet printer.
There’s several things important in printing and HP continues to ensure these things remain, or are improved in its new line of printer: speed, features, ease of use and cost.
HP additionally unveiled an easy-to-download SureSupply Software Utility for enhanced supplies manageability as well as high-capacity HP Vivera ink cartridges for extended cost savings.
The HP Officejet Pro L7000 All-in-One Printer series includes multifunction capabilities and allows users to quickly print documents at Laser Quality Speeds of up to 12 pages per minute (ppm) black and up to 10 ppm color.
Note: Laser Quality Speed is an HP measurement method representing the print speed of typical office documents in default mode, compared to published speeds by laser manufacturers as of July 2006. Test methods may vary.
HP established Laser Quality Speed (LQS) to offer customers a more direct comparison of the print speeds between ink and laser printers using comparable print qualities. The print speed experienced by customers from an inkjet printer is dependent on many variables, including the coverage and content of the printed document. In contrast, laser print speed is much less dependent on document content and coverage. LQS allows a more direct comparison with published laser printer ppm speed specifications. For more information visit here.
And they do this at up to 25 percent lower cost per page than comparable laser printers – as low as 6 cents per color page. The Officejet Pro L7000 series is expected to be available in March and starts at $299.
The HP Officejet Pro K5400 Printer series delivers fast, Laser Quality Speeds and up to 25 percent lower cost per page than in-class laser printers, with comparable print quality and reliability. This series is expected to be available in March starting at $149.
The HP Officejet J5700 All-in-One Printer series, with expected availability in February and starting at $149, offers customers another robust, versatile printing solution for increased productivity at an affordable price.
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