HP Introduces Smallest Laser Printers In Their Class

When it comes to the world of printers, we often expect to contend with large printers that take up a fair amount of space whether it’s at home or in the office. For laser printers, the size is often even bigger as these printers are usually built for large scale use in an office.

But HP Inc is changing the game when it comes to laser printers with the introduction of the new HP LaserJet Pro M15 and M28 series. These printers have been designed to fit almost any space and budget, giving the best quality possible while helping to save space.

These new printers are only the height of a No. 2 pencil, which is usually 19cm long. The tiny printers do not compromise on capability however with a printing speed of 18-19 pages per minute, making them useful no matter where they are used.

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Smallest Laser Printers Optimised For Modern Use

Printing in today’s world is no longer just a case of connecting your PC to the printer through a cable as the rise of smartphones, tablets, notebooks and laptops mean that people move around far more frequently.

The new HP printers have been designed to cope with this increase in the use of mobile devices as they can be used with the HP Smart App. By using this app, users can control their printer entirely from the comfort of their smartphone. Along with this, the printers also support Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, WiFi Direct and is also Mopria certified.

They can be used almost immediately once set up as each printer contains a preinstalled original HP toner cartridge, helping users to get printing quickly. These new HP printers are to be released worldwide in April 2018 and HP have announced that they will be the company’s lowest priced machines.

For those looking to get printing now, we have a range of HP Printers available for purchase here on Find My Supplies which will meet your needs.

Sources:

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/printers/laserjet-pro.html

https://www.engadget.com/2018/03/20/hp-smallest-laser-printer-laserjet-m15-m28/

Sarah Jubb