HP India has announced the launch of new Toner cartridges with JetIntelligence. the HP LaserJets use up to 53 percent less energy, take up to 40 percent less space and wake up, print and duplex in a division of the time.The company launched 12 new printers and moving forward HP will be launching its new range of laser printers with this new JetIntelligence.
The toner cartridge has been re-engineered to work smarter than ever before, delivering more pages with fewer interventions. Page maximizer technology delivers more pages per cartridge than previous generations with less internal wear. In addition, print gauge technology intelligently predicts toner levels, helping IT managers get the most out of each toner cartridge.
Today’s announcement represents our most significant laser printing re-engineering since the introduction of the first LaserJet in 1984. Based on changing printing need of the users, the company has modified its laser printers which support mobility, security and performance
“Business customers are looking for smart, affordable solutions that seamlessly integrate into today’s smaller, more communal work spaces” said Parikshet Singh Tomar, Country Category Leader, Printing & Personal Systems, HP India. “We started with the customer and designed the new LaserJet platform from the inside out to be leaner, faster and smarter than ever before to help meet the demands of the modern office.”
Original HP Toner cartridges with JetIntelligence deliver up to 33 percent more professional-quality prints, 2 peak printing performance, and protection against counterfeits with innovative anti-fraud technology.
With anti-fraud technology built into every JetIntelligence toner cartridge customers have more protection that easily identifies counterfeit cartridges and enforces customer-initiated anti-theft and office-wide printing policies to manage cost and quality standards. HP also makes cartridge installation easier than ever with the new auto seal removal.The new range of printers start from Rs 30,000 up to Rs 1.80 lakh. The new laser printers are suited for mid and large enterprises, where the company sees huge traction for the laser printers.”Besides commercial and retail channel, we have been seeing our laser printers are getting adopted as services, we have been becoming focus for our managed print services business, the new range will further expand our reach in the MPS space, which is among the top three priorities for the PPS business,” he said.
HP is also working towards bringing Mopria Print Service based laser printers to push the mobile printing in India.