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PC and printer major HP Inc. on Monday introduced new "Pavilion x360" notebook with 10th Gen Intel Core processor. (IANS)

Refreshing its printer range, HP India on Thursday launched its new “Ink Tank Printer” series for homes as well as Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) users in the country.

The HP “Ink Tank Wireless 415 Printer” costs Rs 14,812 while the “Ink Tank 315 Printer” is available for Rs 11,845.


“Ink Tank 419 Wireless Printer” costs Rs 15,493 and “Ink Tank 319 Printer” costs Rs 12,513.

The new printer series is available through qualified channel partners and at HP stores.

“Ink Tank 415” and “Ink Tank 419” printers can print thousands of pages, at low cost and thus these are suitable for MSMEs with high-volume printing needs.

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“Technological empowerment of MSMEs can enable development of an ecosystem that continuously supports them to deliver the right product and the right service at a competitive price,” Leo Joseph, Senior Director, Printing Systems, HP Inc India, said in a statement.

“With our new ink tank printers, we aim to address evolving needs of home users and MSMEs by providing them good quality printing at affordable cost,” Joseph added.

According to the company, these printers use high-quality ink and have the ability of connecting with a range of mobile devices through WiFi Direct and ‘Spill-Free Refill’ system. (IANS)


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