New HP 75-PPM PageWide Inkjets; New Officejets, LaserJets; A3 PageWide Copier/MFPs on the Way

printing reinvented

Today in Lisbon, Portugal, HP Inc. announced more than 15 new PageWide, Officejet Pro, and LaserJet printers and All-in-Ones – as well as new A3 PageWide copier/MFPs to come – and a new Secure Managed Print Services solution.

New PageWide Models, and Soon-to-Come PageWide A3 Copier/MFPs

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HP’s new PageWide series.

The new brand of HP PageWide color-inkjet business-class printers and All-in-Ones are designed for small- and mid-size businesses and workgroups, designed to provide professional-level color printing, “best-in-class” cost of ownership, fastest print speeds, best energy efficiency, and the world’s most “advanced security and management features” in this class.

HP says its PageWide color-inkjet printing technology – in which a stationary inkjet print head spans the width of the page for much faster inkjet printing – has been proven to be a reliable, scalable print technology that’s been used to print more than 140 billion pages via HP printers, including HP commercial large-format printers and web presses, the latter of which typically stack multiple print heads.

In addition to its new introductions today, which print and scan on up 8.5″x14″ (A4), HP says it will also expand PageWide Technology to “redefine the copier market” with a new portfolio of A3 (print on up to 11″x17″) MFPs that use PageWide color-inkjet printing.

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With HP’s PageWide color-inkjet printing, instead of four print heads (one each for cyan, yellow, magenta, and black ink) moving back-and-forth across the page, with paper feeding repeatedly stopping-and-starting, there’s only one stationary print head, and paper feeds continuously, with no stopping-and-starting, for much faster print speed, less noise and vibration, and better reliability.

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