HP begins printer line revamp with three new inkjets

Hewlett-Packard today announced plans to totally revamp its printer and imaging business between now and early next year, as the company rolls out more than 50 new products to replace the devices in their current lineup.

The first new products in the new lineup include the HP Deskjet 5550, 3820, and 3420 color inkjet printers.

The 5550 is a $149 six-ink printer that sports Photoret IV technology 4800 DPI resolution which HP said produces photo-quality images.

The 3820 and 3420 are models that offer 4800 and 2400 DPI resolutions respectively for more value-oriented customers, priced at $99 and $79 respectively.

Carly Fiorina, HP chairman and chief executive officer said "This announcement marks a defining moment in the evolution of HP's imaging and printing business. Today's announcement is the upshot of a major R&D and manufacturing effort designed to make technology a more natural extension of how we live and work by engineering our products explicitly for simplicity and ease of use."

News source: MacCentral

View: HP Press Release from the TechXNY/PC Expo

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