Branded as HP TopShot LaserJet Pro M275, it is a desktop equipped with capacity of capturing six separate images of a document or a 3-D object and produces one final image. It is aimed at small and medium size business houses and will be available in Indian market early next year.
In his presentation on new innovations & products, HP Executive Vice President, Imaging & Printing Group Vyomesh I Joshi said in this era of craze for content sharing, the company is producing multi-functional products with mobility which can transform printing business.
“We are disrupting the market with innovations beyond pages. The company has sold more than 10 million e-print enabled printers globally, and it is expected to double by the year-end and reach 50 million by 2012,” Joshi said.
He said the IPG has US$26 billion annual revenue business that comprises consumer, enterprise, small-to-medium business and graphic customer segments.
Using e-print technology, users can directly print documents from Android, iOS and Symbian (Nokia) smartphones. Using HP’s Social ID, customers can customise their ePrint email address and programme for scheduled delivery of selected content to their web-connected printers, according to Stephen Nigro, Senior Vice President — IPJ.
HP also unveiled three new laser jets — LasterJet Pro100 Colour MFP N175 M175nw, HP LaserJet Enterprise 600, M601, M602, M603 and LaserJet Enterprise 500 color M551 series. The HP Scanjet Enterprise 850fn1 will hit the market in November this year which has capacity to scan 60 to 100 images in a minute.
The conference saw the launch of HP Envy 100 which has 3.45 inch touch-screen display that allows printing, scanning, copying and browsing.