HP Launches 3 New LaserJet Printers Targeting SMBs in India

By Vivek

Printing giant Hewlett & Packard has launched three new LaserJet multifunction printers (MFPs) and a new Tamper Evident Label to help customers identify original HP toner cartridges.

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The new LaserJet printers - LaserJet Pro MFP M226, LaserJet Pro M202 Printer and LaserJet Enterprise MFP M630 - will come with enhanced manageability and security features to better manage and protect the print environment of small, medium enterprises (SMBs), HP India, country category leader, printing systems, Parikshet Singh Tomar told reporters.

HP Launches 3 New LaserJet Printers Targeting SMBs in India


"HP's latest LaserJet printing portfolio offers enhanced security and manageability features, enabling SMBs and enterprises to improve their productivity and also allows user quick and easy mobile printing," he said.

The HP LaserJet Pro MFP M226 and HP LaserJet Pro M202 Printer series are compatible with HP Web JetAdmin, HP Imaging and Printing Security Center and allow for remote monitoring with HP Managed Print Services, he said.

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With automatic two-sided printing, users can save time and reduce paper cost, while the M630 series which is NFC-enabled features more than 200 embedded security features, powerful document work flows for compliance, Tomar said.

On HP's new Tamper Evident Label on HP LaserJet Toner cartridges, Tomar said it includes technology that responds to heat and water exposure as well as cuts or rips and also has security seal with color shifting features.


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