Cut costs on printing and power usage, while increasing print quality, with help from HP
Despite figures showing increased digital adoption, it’s clear that the ‘paperless office’, as a goal, is somewhat unrealistic and impractical. Printing is still very much an essential part of running business on a day-to-day basis. Being able to review information on paper is still vital for businesses.
Companies are always looking for ways to get the most out of their printers without spending too much – especially ensuring they deliver quality prints and function effortlessly. One way businesses can save is by using top-of-the-line printers such as the HP OfficeJet Pro X series powered by HP PageWide Technology.
Saving money and ensuring quality
HP’s PageWide technology which powers the HP OfficeJet Pro X series is the vanguard of next-generation printing. Achieving significant breakthroughs in speed and efficiency – far outstripping anything else in the market – they produce up to 70 pages per minute in general office quality mode and cost up to 50 per cent less per page than competitive colour laser printers.
Each cartridge can print up to 9,000 pages in black and up to 6,000 in colour. With such speed and cost, they can save your business money and reduce time wasted waiting for printouts. Find out how much you can save with the HP Total Cost of Ownership calculator.
Slick and highly sophisticated, HP PageWide is comprised of a stationary print bar that spans the width of a page and prints entire documents in a single pass. The print head is fitted with more than 40,000 tiny nozzles, which produce ink drops with uniform drop, weight, speed and trajectory. This patented HP technology is already transforming other industries including web press, wide formats and soon 3D. Now it is available for the desktop printers, giving your business quality printing at an affordable investment.
Printing efficiency and savings in action
TechHub is a co-working community for tech start-ups. It opened its latest office space in east London in 2013 to house start-ups that have reached a level of maturity and profitability.
In recognition that many of its members rely on a free print service for striking, printed material to present to new funders and customers, it equipped the new office with the HP OfficeJet Pro X series powered by HP PageWide.
According to Rosa Glover, formerly the programmes manager at TechHub London, the HP OfficeJet Pro X series contributed to the successful launch of the new TechHub facility.
“The site is growing and will soon reach capacity. We needed something that would be fast, reliable and able to deliver business-quality print for our members. This free print service is as popular as the bagels and beer,” she said.