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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.
The odd-looking N9120 comes in at US$4,000 — making it an enterprise-level scanning equipment. When we reviewed the smaller and older model in the series, the N8460, we found it to be heavy, ugly, hard to use, exceptionally capable and super fast to scan.
The N9120 will be available from 1 August in Australia.
This quite obviously isn't a printer — it's the Jetdirect 690n Wireless Print Server. For US$450, HP claims you get increased security on an 802.11g wireless platform.
The hardware come with broad compatibility: it works with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Novell and Citrix. The Jetdirect 690n Wireless Print Server will be available in Australia from June 1.