HP launches the world’s fastest desktop color printer

The US tech giant HP has officially announced the release of the Officejet Pro X – the world’s fastest desktop color printer.

The Officejet Pro X is really fast – it can print up to 70 pages per minute – speed recognized by Guinness World Records. To make the release even sweeter HP says the Officejet Pro X delivers twice the speed at half the cost compared to regular laser printers.

The secret of this speed lies in the HP PageWide Technology – the company’s new generation inkjet platform. It delivers four colors of original HP pigment at one time on a moving sheet of paper. As the paper moves, the print head remains stationary, allowing the HP Officejet Pro X Series to print quickly and quietly. The standard 500-sheet main paper tray lets SMBs save more time with fewer printing interruptions.

The HP Officejet Pro X series is now shipping worldwide. Single-function models start at USD 449, and multi-function printers start at USD 649.


Source: X-Bit Labs

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