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HP launches new multifunction printer range (+19 photos)

HP launches new multifunction printer range (+19 photos)

Technology vendor releases new printers aimed at enterprises and SMBs

HP announced its new printer range at a media event in Sydney

HP announced its new printer range at a media event in Sydney

HP recently held a media event in Sydney to announce its new range of flow multifunction printers aimed at enterprise and SMB customers.

The HP LaserJet Enterprise M525c and Enterprise colour M575c flow multifunction printers (MFP) are essentially LaserJet printers combined with workflow and security solutions.

The printers come with single-pass duplex scanning, HP EveryPage technology, a pull-out keyboard for meta-data tagging and on-board Optical Character Recognition (OCR).

Both printers are currently available, and the HP LaserJet Enterprise M525c will retail for $4,200 while the M575c for $5,220.

In addition to the HP flow MFPs, HP announced new LaserJet and Officejet Pro printers, such as the HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 colour MFP M775 series, 700 M712 series, and Pro 500 colour MFP M570 series.

The printers are priced from $5,800, $2,700 and $1299 respectively.

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