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.'s photo gallery gives you the complete range, along with comparisons, prices and release dates.


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  • 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.

  • The LaserJet M1522 is another budget multifunction printer — which differentiates itself by offering a fax option. Expect to pay US$300 for this printer or US$350 if you want a fax — and US$68 for inks.

    HP claims print and copy speeds of 24ppm. This multifunction device also seems to feature considerably more processing power than HP's other lower-end multifunction printers, with a 450MHz processor and 64MB of device memory.

    M1522 is currently available in Australia.

  • The LaserJet P4014 Printer is HP's office workhorse, with a paper input tray of 1500 sheets and a claimed page yield of 24,000 pages on a US$265 ink cartridge. There is also a smaller 10,000-page ink available for US$149.

    Expect to pay US$799 for this printer. HP said the printer can produce resolutions of 1200 by 1200 dpi and comes with 640MB of on-board memory — with the option expanding with an EIO hard drive.

    HP claim a printer speed of 45 ppm, and the P4014 will be available from 1 May.

Topics: Hewlett-Packard, Hardware, SMBs

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  • Why not this printer?

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

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