HP Unveils World’s First Plug And Play Laser Printer
By on April 13th, 2010

Today, HP unveiled the worlds first plug and play laser printer. Now users can plug in the new HP LaserJet printer’s to a computer/netbook/notebook and start printing their documents. HP have ditched the traditional method of installing the software via a CD. A user-friendly as well as an eco-friendly move. HP also states that the HP LaserJet Pro P1100 Printer series is the most energy efficient laser printer on the planet.


HP also introduced its first mobile scanner the HP Scanjet Professional 1000 Mobile Scanner. This portable scanner can scan documents on the go, without the need of AA batteries or an AC adapter.

Our customers demand easy printing and we’re giving it to them no clumsy CD-ROMs to install, no drivers to download. HP Smart Install offers the future of printing, today,said Ron Coughlin, senior vice president, LaserJet and Enterprise Solutions, Imaging and Printing Group, HP.

The new printers from HP features a new Auto-On/Off technology. The printer automatically detects a print command when send to the printer and, switches the device to onmode from the offmode. HP says that the Auto-On/Off technology makes the new HP LaserJet P1100 Printer series up to 72% more efficient. The HP LaserJet Pro P1100 printer series is the cheapest laser printer ever announced by HP. The HP LaserJet Pro P1100 series also feature wireless connectivity and its price ranges from $129 to $149.

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