HP Shipping A3 LaserJets, PageWides, as it Begins Bold Venture into A3 Copier Market

HP’s 60-ppm class LaserJets.

Security and Cloud-Connectivity

HP says the new MFPs are embedded with the most advanced security features available on the market, and which are necessary to combat the growing number of threats targeting business MFPs. The firm notes that modern MFPs now behave more like PCs, and that less than two percent of the world’s hundreds of millions of them are properly secured. HP’s enterprise-class MFPs are also said to incorporate a comprehensive suite of security features that protect devices, data and documents, creating a layered security approach needed to combat advanced attacks.

HP’s portfolio of A3 MFPs – that include three PageWide color-inkjet platforms and 13 LaserJet platforms – also feature new, cloud-based proprietary service-optimization platform, HP Smart Device Services (SDS). SDS is said to provide maximum device uptime by integrating advanced diagnostics, device-specific troubleshooting ,and remote remediation capabilities into the industry leading MPS tool sets resellers use today. Ultimately, because the MFPs are said to be more reliable, HP has said they will simply require fewer service interventions – reducing resellers’ service costs, and improving their profitability.

The HP PageWide Pro devices are said to feature much-more affordable color printing, and with printer and MFP models featuring print speeds of from 35 to 60 ppm (up to 80 ppm in General Office mode).

HP also notes that PageWide’s inkjet-printing technology is also more eco-friendly, as it consumers up to one-seventh the energy of competing color laser machines in the same class. Because they have fewer consumables to replace compared to laser devices, they also have significantly less packaging waste

HP’s A3 MFPs are available through qualified channel partners. For more information and complete specifications, visit HP here.

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