Published: February 12, 2013
HP Releases Officejet Pro X Printer - The Worlds Fastest Desktop Printer
By Tim Martin
HP's 25th Anniversary of The Deskjet Printer
This year is HP's 25th anniversary of the deskjet printer, and they haven't ran out of steam yet when it comes to producing nice printers for their customers. What a way to mark 25 years by releasing the world's fastest desktop printer according to Guinness World Records.
The HP Officejet Pro X is designed for small and medium-sized businesses. It performs at twice the speed and half the cost of laser printers, delivering professional documents at as many as 70 pages per minute. It can print quickly and quietly by printing four colors of ink onto a sheet of paper at one time while the printhead stays in a stationary position.
Energy Star Qualified
The Officejet Pro X is also Energy Star qualified, using up to 50 percent less energy than laser printers.
The Officejet Pro X single-function models start at $449 while the multi-function models start at $649. If you're interested in seeing the details of this printer, check out this document from HP.
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