HP refreshes business line-up with 12 new lasers
HP has announced a comprehensive refresh of its entire LaserJet printer family at a press conference in Budapest.
The refresh introduces at least 12 new models, including mono and colour devices and single and multifunction variants.
For the small office prices start at just €199 (approx £159) for the entry-level Color LaserJet CP1525, which prints up to 8ppm colour and 12ppm mono. This is complemented by the CP1515n for €249 (£199) which offers a network port and uses the new improved ColorSphere toner.
The new entry-level mono multifunction laser is the M1319f MFP, including a built-in handset for voice calls and an RRP of €299 (£239). For colour users HP has launched the CM1312 MFP; pricing has yet to be confirmed but will be “below €500”.
For SMBs there are three new mono printers in the LaserJet 4000 range. The P4014 is designed for five to ten users and prints up to 43ppm, as well as a first page in 8.5 seconds from Ready mode. The P4015 suits ten to 20 users, features a duplex module and prints at up to 50ppm. The two will be priced at €579 (£462) and €939 (£749) respectively.
HP’s new fastest single function mono laser will be the P4510: reaching up to 60ppm and printing a first page in 8.5 seconds from Ready mode, it is intended for workgroups with 15 to 25 users and will cost €1,299 (£1,037).
The top end sees five new A3 devices, starting with the Color LaserJet CP6015. Costing €3,658 (£2,920), it delivers 41ppm, a first page in less than 11 seconds and features a duplex unit to reduce waste. The CM6040 and CM6030 MFPs are HP’s top-of-the-range colour multifunction devices, starting at €7,800 (£6,225), while the M9040 and M9050 fill the same slot for mono users; prices start at €11,975 (£9,557).
HP is also launching the Scanjet N9120 Document Flatbed Scanner, a departmental class A3 enterprise scanner which offers up to 50ppm via the automatic document feeder. With ISIS and TWAIN drivers, the N9120 will start at €3,300 (£2,633).