The excitement was palpable when HP finally unveiled their new range of managed printers, these have been a long time coming and industry insiders (under NDA) have been seeing renders of these machines for at least the last 5 years. Not only do the new HP devices look great, with customisable printed colour panels, but HP have wisely spent this time refining the hardware to make is as robust for the modern work environment.
The new HP LaserJet Managed E800/800 series is expected to be available in select countries in Europe in October. The series will continue to roll out to additional countries this year and next.
The HP LaserJet Managed E800/E700 series delivers:
- Simplified Workflows & Boosted Productivity: The E800/E700 Flow series offers comprehensive workflow solutions with new FLOW 2.0 features, including the ability to make edits directly to your content on the control panel (highlight, redact – even simply sign), as well as customized shortcuts. Innovative Reverse and Retry technology detects and resolves double feed issues and paper jams aiding workflows to be kept at a premium.
- Powerful, Fast Performance: Up to 70ppm fast printing speed and 300 ipm duplex scan speed powered by HP’s custom designed quadcore processor. Utilizing autosensing technology, customers automatically save time with tone and colour management, two-sided document detection and automatic job separation features.
- Customizable and Sleek Design: Modern designs include five color panels to match your office decor and HP Flex Build for flexible configurations to meet different business needs.
- World’s Most Secure Printing: With HP Wolf Enterprise Security, the HP LaserJet Managed E800/E700 series protects, detects, and self-recovers. Specifically, these new devices include Memory Shield™, which helps detect malicious attacks on the printer and, if detected, automatically self-heals. Memory Shield™ uses a hardware-protected solution called Runtime Intrusion Detection to actively scan memory for anomalies, and XGuard CFI from Karamba to monitor the execution flow of the printer firmware to help detect and prevent potential zero-day attacks.
- Built-in Sustainability: Supports zero deforestation and helps save resources with HP’s energy efficient printing.