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The LaserJet P4015 is the big brother of the P4014, ranging between US$1,200 and US$1,800 depending on configuration options. Similarly it offers use on HP's high yield inks cartridges: 24,000 and 10,000 pages.
If HP's print yield figures are accurate you can expect to pay 1.1 US cents per page on both the P4014 and P4015.
Although very similar to the P4014, for the extra price HP says you get this: "IPSec encryption, [which] limits unauthorised access with management features like 802.1X authentication and password protection and guards sensitive information with support for private printing by entering a unique PIN to retrieve documents."
The P4015 also has support for additional EIO HDDs and additional USB ports. However if printer security isn't an issue, it is our view that the P4014 is better value for money.
The P4015 will be available from May 1.
The LaserJet P4510 printer series are the big boys of the P series. Ranging between US$1,600 and US$2,180 depending on features, the P4510 comes with the security features available on the P4015 plus the addition of the multipurpose paper sorting tray.
Despite HP touting the environmental friendliness of this printer, expect to pay extra for automatic duplex printing.
In case you aren't remotely interested in environmental friendliness, and just want to print to high heaven — the P4015 takes a maximum of 3,600 sheets and has a claimed maximum print speed of 62 ppm.
LaserJet P4510 will be available from 1 May.
The Officejet J4500 All-in-One brings us back down to small business as a super-cheap multifunction device at US$120, featuring colour and black and white printing, scanning and a fax. Printing speeds are also fast on this printer — HP claims 28ppm black and 22ppm colour.
Inks are also very cheap on this printer: expect to pay US$15 for a black cartridge and US$25 for a tri-colour cartridge.
The Officejet J4500 will be available in Australia from 1 July.