After launching two new desktop PC’s in India which is the HP Pavilion Wave and the HP Elite Slice in India. The company has now kept its commitment to transform the world of printing, HP Inc launched 16 new LaserJet and PageWide Platforms based on the powerful A3 multi-function printing (MFPs) technology. Calling it a “real disruptive play”, Enrique Lores, President, Imaging & Printing, HP Inc, said that HP can now deliver the industry’s most advanced lineup of A3 MFP and A4 laser print solutions for the office.The company says that the new desktop PCs are aimed to power entertainment and productivity at home and the workplace. The HP Pavilion Wave starts at a price of Rs 61,990, and is said to be 85 percent smaller than traditional tower PCs. Price of the HP Elite Slice starts at Rs 62,990 and is a modular PC built for communications and productivity and comes with collaboration capabilities. Also Read - Best laptops under Rs 40,000 in July 2021: Mi Notebook 14, Asus VivoBook 14, and more
“The complexity of traditional copiers makes repair and maintenance too inefficient for our partners and customers,” added Lores at HP’s Global Partner Conference (GPC) 2016. “By leveraging our superior printing technology, we can change the status quo with next generation A3 multi-function printers that improve the overall customer and partner experience. This is what we mean by reinventing printing,” Lores told the audience. Also Read - HP Victus gaming laptop series launches in India, starts at Rs 64,999
The 16 HP PageWide and LaserJet platforms bring innovation to the copier segment with world class print security across devices, documents and data. The devices have advanced monitoring based on Cloud and big-data analytics to predict service and supply needs.
“The new HP A3 portfolio and channel programme will empower HP’s partners in a region where we are aggressively pursuing growth through innovation and contractual services,” noted Richard Bailey, President, Asia Pacific & Japan at HP Inc. Earlier, the company announced a definitive agreement to acquire Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s printer business in a transaction valued at $1.05 billion, the largest print acquisition in HP’s history.