HP in its annual global imaging and Printing Conference announced several new innovations including collaborations and apps and solutions for all types of users ranging from small to midsize businesses, to enterprise organizations and graphic arts customers.
During the conference HP
announced that most of their customers have now adopted the cloud enabled, web-connected print technologies and till now more than 10 million printers have been sold.
Talking on the occasion, Amin Mortazavi, General Manager, Imaging and Printing Group, HP
Middle East said, “HP
’s history of innovation runs deep and we continue to leverage that legacy and build on it for our future growth. While printing in the traditional sense will continue, to be integral to what we bring to the world, we are disrupting the market with leading innovations beyond the page as well.”
The newly announced range includes the HP
TopShot LaserJet Pro M275, which is ideal for small companies or household purposes. Equipped with HP
TopShot Scanning, which captures six separate images of a document or 3-D object and produces one final seamless image, the new machine could produce high quality images for direct use in printed materials on the web.
The newly introduced app by HP
called the Scheduled Delivery App enables business managers to receive guidance for improving their performance in managerial positions. HP
also introduced two new laser jet printers and an HP
Scanjet printer, which eases mobility and workflow for businesses. The HP
Laserjet Enterprise 600 series is easy to use, web enabled, monochrome printer series, which improves document workflow. The HP
Laserjet Enterprise 500 colour and M551 series offers SMB’s with professional quality colour and document management tools. The HP
Scanjet Enterprise 8500fn1 Document Capture Workstation is a scanner that is used for workgroups that have high-volume scanning needs and comes with a large colour touch Screen
mobile solutions offer the new range of Photosmart and ENVY110 e-All-in-One printers.