Photos: HP releases largest ever printer range

Photos: HP releases largest ever printer range

Summary: Recently, HP released its largest ever range of printers at its Go Print 2.0 Conference in Shanghai. ZDNet.com.au's photo gallery gives you the complete range, along with comparisons, prices and release dates.

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  • The Officejet Pro L7590 All-in-One is another small business multifunction device which comes in at US$299.

    Based on HP's supplied specifications, The Officejet Pro L7590 seems to be one of HP's better multifunction devices for business based on price. It includes imbedded wired and wireless networking and "duplexing capabilities to reduce paper use by as much as 50 percent".

    Inks range between US$15 and US$35, and the Officejet Pro L7590 is available in Australia now.

  • HP Color LaserJet CM6040 and CM6030 Multifunction are HP enterprise level printers, and sport fast printing at 40ppm, advanced network capabilities, copying, faxing, scanning (also to e-mail), autoduplexing and multi-language support. At 140kg, this isn't a small printer.

    You have two options when buying HP's enterprise level printers; they can be leased on a cost-per-page basis, or bought outright. If you choose to invest in a printer of this scale, expect to pay upwards of AU$20,000 for a printer in the CM series.

    The HP CM series is currently available in Australia.

  • If the CM6000 series with a 200,000-page duty cycle is too small for you then you might be interested in the LaserJet M9050 and M9040 printers. These two printers have a duty cycle of 300,000 pages.

    Bear in mind that the M9040 is black and white only — so it's substantially more niche and its ultra versatile smaller is sibling the CM6000 series. This is a bulk black and white printing workhorse. It does, however, include high-quality black and white scanning.

    Once again, HP enterprise-level printers are available on a cost-per-page basis or to buy outright. The M9000 series comes with a range of additional options, including automatic stacker options.

Topics: Hewlett-Packard, Hardware, SMBs

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  • Why not this printer?

    Why can't HP release Office Jet Pro L7780 in Australia.

    http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/product_detail.do?storeName=storefronts&landing=printer&category=office&orderflow=1&a1=Brand&v1=Officejet&a2=Type&v2=all-in-one&product_code=C8192A%23ABA&catLevel=3

    Australia has Officejet L7580 & Officejet L7680 but not the 7780!
    anonymous