HP Re-invents the New Office

In the rush towards the Internet of Things, it seems everyone is announcing breakthroughs in connected devices every day. However, the device that we connect with on almost a daily basis seems to get less attention every day. And that is strange, because your printer may be the hardest working device in your office.

Part of it may be that taking care of these beasts is, let’s be honest here, less than wonderful. The care and feeding of your printer is one of the tasks everyone dreads, and nothing encapsulates this more than watching the toner capacity display on your printer’s monitor panel tick down to illegibility. it probably causes more office stress than anyone dare admit. And then you get to twist knob A and pull lever B just for the chance of getting a toner dust bath. Awesome.

Enter HP’s new JetIntelligence toner cartridges.

It may be weird to think of printer cartridges as a secret weapon, bur bear with us. These redesigned cartridges get you more pages over each cartridge’s lifetime, and more dependable status technology means an end to the trial and error approach of seeing if the output is still usable, ensuring that the last document is as good as the first.

And HP finally broke down and dealt the actual printer toner powder itself, which has always seemed to be some strange element that knows instinctually how to get everywhere except on the actual paper. HP’s JetIntelligence system re-engineered its ColorSphere 3 toner to melt more efficiently, prolonging the life of the toner and making for better documents.

They did this by changing the actual powder itself. With its hard shell and soft core, the toner powder offers consistently glossy, professional-quality results on demand, and is specifically designed to keep up with the high-speed performance of the HP LaserJet family of printers as well as your busy office’s needs.

One of the added benefits from this enhanced efficiency is the redesigned toner can now accommodate smaller, faster printers. Combined with the new HP LaserJet family of printers such as the HP Color LaserJet MFP M477, ColorSphere 3 gives a higher page yield and exceptional performance from the first page to the last.

And there are additional benefits, too. Despite having a more durable shell, the new toner’s soft core melts at a much lower temperature, requiring far less heat to melt and producing more energy savings and better quality, as well as faster runtime print jobs that are ready to go out of the machine.

But it’s not all about color. Original HP Toners with JetIntelligence also produce bolder black, sharper text, and crisp graphics with precision black toner that’s specially engineered to help your HP printer work its best.

In addition, print gauge technology intelligently predicts toner levels, helping IT managers get the most out of each toner cartridge. The cartridge’s print gauge technology dynamically gathers key data on the cartridge’s status, delivering it to a simple gauge that intelligently predicts cartridge life by measuring component rotations, toner used, toner wear, and environmental conditions. That’s right, it won’t act like it’s about to run out five minutes after you put it in.

With all these advances in toner cartridge technology, it all calculates out to an estimated 33 percent more print jobs for your business.

Anti-fraud technology built into every JetIntelligence toner cartridge gives customers better protection from counterfeit or tampered cartridges. It also enforces any customer-initiated anti-theft and office-wide printing policies to both manage costs and quality standards.

And with its new auto seal system, installing a new cartridge on the fly is easier and cleaner than ever, too. The toner seal is now inside the toner cartridge and gets automatically removed during installation. So you can print without delays — and no fears of sartorial disaster if you wore that brilliant white shirt this morning. Finally, a toner we can live with.

This article was produced in partnership with HP. For more information on HP’s printers, please go here.

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