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The colour LaserJet CP6015 kicks off the more serious business printers. Expect to pay between US$3,900 and US$6,000 for any of the CP6015 printer range.
Inks are also considerably more expensive in this range at US$112 for a black colour drum and US$315 for a colour ink drum. Black ink cartridges come in at US$303 while colour cartridges come in at US$303.
The HP printer range can print at 1,200 by 600 dpi with a claimed speed of 41ppm black and white.
The CP6015 range also features network support and a large paper capacity of 2,100 sheets. The CP6015 printers are available now.
The LaserJet M1120 is back in the budget range with a multifunction device priced at US$199. There is also the option of a HP LaserJet M1120n which costs US$249, but HP's specs sheets didn't provide information on what features are available for the extra US$50.
HP claims a copy speed of 20ppm and scan speeds of 12ppm. Inks cost US$68, and the printer is available now.
The LaserJet M1319f is a multifunction that looks like a fax — which is perhaps why HP sells this printer as having enhanced fax capabilities. HP said that this printer would suit small businesses in emerging markets, where the price of a second phone line for a fax is prohibitive, with the handset on the side of the printer acting as a phone.
The printer features inbuilt technology called FaxTel which determines if the incoming call is voice or fax — so you don't have to ever pick up a fax by mistake.
Expect to pay US$279 for this fax/printer, and US$68 for inks. The M1319f will be available in Australia from 1 May.