Enter: The Pro X Series From HP
HP – Hewlett-Packard Company – started off in a garage, but soon found success in the electronics industry, notably for their range of printers. Of course, this isn’t the only innovation HP has brought to the market, but it is one of the best, particularly with their range: Pro X Series.
At a first glance, this range may not look too dissimilar to the business printer you already have sitting in the corner. However, digging a little deeper into both its capabilities and technology, you’ll be astonished at the bigger picture.
Featured in Techazine, within this series is a line of top-of-the-range inkjet printers, set to revolutionise working life and oppose the standard laser printer that comfortably rests in many, many offices across the UK.
You see, thanks to the latter’s top-notch quality and desirable speed, it soon became the pick for business owners wanting more for their money, and all the while, inkjet printers settled into a cosy home environment.
So why, if inkjet printers are so commonly used in homes and family life, is this series so perfect for companies, large and small? And will these inkjet printers break free of their stereotype? Let’s find out.
Quality over Quantity? Why Not Both…
Too often do we hear this phrase, which sometimes makes us forget all about the importance of a timely delivery if you’re in a rush, or if you simply have so many pages to print that you don’t have the patience to spend half an hour in the tech corner.
With the Pro X Series though, you can enjoy the best of both worlds. This is thanks to its generous 42 pages per minute in the professional mode setting, and as many as 70 pages per minute when in the general office mode, all in full colour.
This doesn’t mean the quality of these prints is compromised either, ensuring an impressive and smooth transition from your old device to the next step up in printer technology.
Part of what makes this printer’s speed so special is that it is integrated with advanced thermal technology, which ensures the prints are delivered dry and crisp every time.
Lower Cost, Equal Performance
Finally, the Pro X Series from HP allows for larger cartridges to be used, meaning it will perform just as well, at a lower cost, the remainder of which may be spent on replacement ink wells.
It isn’t just a few pennies you’ll be saving though, as the HP website itself promises half the price in printing, which is what we all love to hear!
Saving money is big talk for businesses large and small, and this series is fully equipped to perform to your standards at a more affordable cost.
So, these are just a few benefits of The Pro X Series from HP, and why it is suitable for an office setting. What do you think of this range? Let us know your thoughts and reviews in the comments below.