HP Releases Cartridge Free Laser Tank Printer

HP Releases Cartridge-Free Laser Tank Printer

HP Releases Cartridge Free Laser Tank Printer

HP Releases Cartridge Free Laser Tank PrinterHP Inc. introduced the only cartridge-free laser printer on February 23, 2022, which requires just 15 seconds of attention to refill toners without making any mess.

Hp claims that the new release, namely HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2600s, comes up with the latest innovations and intuitive features which can better support the next-generation of entrepreneurs and business owners by streamlining print management.

According to HP, some key features include:

    • Mess-free toner refill solution, requiring just 15 seconds of attention
    • Ability to print up to 5000 pages with the pre-filled Original HP Toner, plus save on refills with ultra-high yield HP Toner Reload Kit
    • The HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2600s earns an Energy Star certification and Epeat Silver designation
    • HP Toner Reload Kit that saves up to 90% waste
    • Optimized tank design of up to 17% smaller size even with auto two-sided printing plus life-long imaging drum
    • Double-sided printing at fast speed with 40-sheet automatic document feeder support
    • Reliable wireless connectivity
    • HP Wolf Essential security
    • Best-in-class HP Smart App with Smart Advance scanning features

The HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2600s also features automatic duplex printing, a 40-sheet auto document feed support and a 50,000-page long-life imaging drum to ensure consistent, exceptional printing, even with daily use. Users can also seamlessly connect using the best-in-class HP Smart app which enables employees to print remotely from their mobile device plus access advanced scanning features with Smart Advance. Advanced safety features, supported by HP Wolf Essential secure, are also incorporated throughout to ensure sensitive data stays protected.

“Small business has grown tremendously over the past two years and at HP, we’re uniquely positioned to meet the evolving needs of these customers with the introduction of the HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2600s, featuring the revolutionary, refillable LaserJet tank,” says Xavier Garcia, Global Head of Print Hardware Systems at HP. “The HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2600s is a premier offering combining incredible performance with hassle-free print management. This addition to our LaserJet series, with comprehensive features, underscores our commitment to helping small businesses thrive through efficient, easy-to-use solutions.”

On the same day, HP China showcased 8 cartridge-free laser tank printers on the release, including HP LaserJet Tank 1020, HP LaserJet Tank 1020w, HP LaserJet Tank 2506dw, HP LaserJet Tank MFP 1005, HP LaserJet Tank MFP 1005w, HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2606dn, HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2606sdn, and HP LaserJet Tank MFP 2606sdw.

Some Chinese professionals worry that HP’s newly launched cartridge-free laser tank printer will disrupt the landscape of the consumable market, and threaten the development of aftermarket consumable manufacturers and dealers. Some are optimistic, saying that they will wait and see how HP’s new release will perform eventually.



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2 replies
  1. carlos
    carlos says:

    in my opinion, it´s a advantage for consumer, but you need to remember the price of the printer and the price of the drum, what is the lifetime of this printer?Can used 2 Drum unit with no problems?That´s the answer that a big consumer need to now!

  2. Graham J Galliford
    Graham J Galliford says:

    This could be seen as a retro step on the part of HP. The introduction of affordable desktop laser printers in the early 80’s by Canon virtually all small office printers have been cartridge based. This actually was to obviate the need for intensive service support to these printers. Since those days technology and the reliability of toner based printing has moved “light years” to a state now where service intervention is infrequently required. This move takes us back to a time when toner in toner based print devices was replenished from simple bottles. Not only is this move destined to reduce (marginally) the waste of resource intensive and complex cartridges it also may present welcome opportunities to the independent toner manufacturing sector to provide simply packaged supplies of refill toner.


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