HP Intros MFPs for SMBs and Corporate Customers

HP launched several printers and MFPs for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and corporate customers. The new lineup includes the LaserJet Pro MFP M521 Series of A4 monochrome laser MFPs, the LaserJet Enterprise MFP M725 family of A3 monochrome laser MFPs, and the Officejet 7610 Wide Format e-All-in-One. The company also announced the Officejet Pro 251dw and 275dw.

According to HP, the LaserJet Pro M521 Series of A4 monochrome laser MFPs is designed to be affordable and to run at high-speed for SMBs.

The new M521 family offers 42 ppm print speed with an introductory cartridge that yields 6,000 pages. It features dual-head scanning technology and user interface from the LaserJet Pro M425 Series MFPs. The M521 family has a smaller 3.5-inch color touch screen than the M525 family. Alterations to standard connectivity and reduction of the maximum paper input are also made to distinguish the M521 Series from the M525 Series.

Featuring a dual-head scanner for faster processing of duplexed jobs, the M521 Series is also compatible with its HP Connected service, which is HP’s upgrade to ePrintCenter. The LaserJet Pro M521 Series includes two models, both of which offer print, copying, scanning, and faxing.

The new LaserJet Enterprise MFP M725 Series is a four-model family of A3 monochrome laser MFPs for high-volume users in enterprise workgroups.

The LaserJet M5035 MFP features a lower output speed of 35 ppm.

The M725 MFPs feature many improvements over the M5035 in addition to the 5 ppm boost in print speed. These include: upgrades to HP FutureSmart firmware with support for image preview and Quick Sets; a new 8-inch pivoting color touch-screen control panel; Auto-On Auto-Off technology for energy savings; mobility features such as ePrint and AirPrint support; an easy access USB port; and a Hardware Integration Pocket (HIP) for optional solution integration.  While the older MFP used a 15,000-page toner cartridge, a 10,000-page or 17,500-page toner cartridge is introduced on the M725 family.

HP’s Officejet 7610 Wide Format e-All-in-One is a replacement for the HP Officejet 7500A Wide Format e-All-in-One.

Based on the ISO/IEC standards for measuring page yields, the Officejet 7610 offers cost per page (CPP) figures of 3.20 cents in black and 9.01 cents in color, but that is for printing the five standard ISO pages with mixed text and graphics. The previous Officejet 7500A used the HP 920/920XL tanks.

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