HP has rolled out a major update to its printing and imaging hardware line, covering enterprise markets ranging from home and small businesses to large-scale and specialised printing systems.
The low-end $149 (£95) OfficeJet 6500A all-in-one system sports a 2.5in colour touch-screen display, while the $449 (£288) LaserJetPro CM1415fnw multi-function model can print images from the web or over mobile devices.
For larger enterprises, HP has updated its LaserJet and ScanJet lines. The multi-function printers and scanners are optimised to work with HP's Managed Print Services platform.
The new printers also support HP services to manage specialised areas such as insurance policy documents, customer marketing services and secure printing for confidential documents.
HP's large-format DesignJet systems, designed for fields such as engineering and architecture, offer web collaboration tools along with HP's ePrintCenter management service.
The company said that the update is part of a larger transformation to move its focus from printing images to supporting a broader array of digital imaging tools and services.
"HP is unleashing innovation and has once again made the future a reality," said HP imaging and printing group executive vice president Vyomesh Joshi.
"We have transformed the flow of content for all customers, letting them access, share, print and manage content virtually anytime or anywhere in the world."
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