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HP Introduces World’s First HP Neverstop Laser Printers in The Indian Market

Now, a larger number of customers can affordably take advantage of HP's market leading laser printing technology

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With the advantage of replacing the toner in 15 seconds and reducing common printing interruptions through innovations and digital integration. PIxabay

To enable small and medium businesses (SMBs) save critical time and cost of business operation, PC and printer major HP Inc on Wednesday introduced world’s first and high-capacity “HP Neverstop Laser” printers in the Indian market.

“HP Neverstop Laser 1000” series is available from Rs 15,846 (non-wireless) and Rs 17,236 (wireless) while “Neverstop Laser MFP 1200” series would cost Rs 22,057 (non-wireless) and Rs 23,460 (wireless).

With the advantage of replacing the toner in 15 seconds and reducing common printing interruptions through innovations and digital integration, “HP Neverstop Laser” printers give businesses a competitive edge, said the company.

“With breakthrough innovations like Laser Tank, we are helping businesses enjoy high-quality laser printing at an affordable rate and run their print-based workflows without interruption,” said Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP Inc. India.

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To enable small and medium businesses (SMBs) save critical time and cost of business operation, PC and printer major HP Inc. PIxabay

“Now, a larger number of customers can affordably take advantage of HP’s market leading laser printing technology, which has always stood for the highest levels of quality and durability,” Chandra added.

“HP Neverstop Laser” has a printing speed of 20 ppm (A4) with a sharper and bolder text quality.

The cost per page starting at 29 paise per page (with the dual laser Toner reload kit) offers customers the opportunity to print with a mess-free, self-reload experience.

“As the market leader in Laser printers, we are strengthening our existing portfolio with this new Printer to cater to a wider gamut of customers,” added Leo Joseph, Senior Director, Printing Systems and Solutions, HP Inc. India.

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The key features include up to 5,000 pages without interruptions and print up to 5,000 pages right out of the box with virtually no interruptions-perfect for high-volume printing.

The printers have options for mobile scanning, Wi-Fi Direct and printing with HP Smart App. (IANS)

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Most Distant World Ever Explored Gets New Name. Check it Here

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew past the snowman-shaped Arrokoth on New Year's Day, 3 years after exploring Pluto

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FILE - This Jan. 1, 2019 image made available by NASA shows "Arrokoth" which means "sky" in the language of the Native American Powhatan people. VOA

The most distant world ever explored 4 billion miles away finally has an official name: Arrokoth.

That means “sky” in the language of the Native American Powhatan people, NASA said Tuesday.

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft flew past the snowman-shaped Arrokoth on New Year’s Day, 3 years after exploring Pluto. At the time, this small icy world 1 billion miles (1.6 billion kilometers) beyond Pluto was nicknamed Ultima Thule given its vast distance from us.

“The name ‘Arrokoth’ reflects the inspiration of looking to the skies,” lead scientist Alan Stern of Southwest Research Institute said in a statement, “and wondering about the stars and worlds beyond our own.”

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That means “sky” in the language of the Native American Powhatan people, NASA said Tuesday. Wikimedia Commons

The name was picked because of the Powhatan’s ties to the Chesapeake Bay region.

New Horizons is operated from Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Maryland. The Hubble Space Telescope — which discovered Arrokoth in 2014 — has its science operations in Baltimore.

The New Horizons team got consent for the name from Powhatan Tribal elders and representatives, according to NASA. The International Astronomical Union and its Minor Planet Center approved the choice.

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Arrokoth is among countless objects in the so-called Kuiper Belt, or vast Twilight Zone beyond the orbit of Neptune. New Horizons will observe some of these objects from afar as it makes its way deeper into space. (VOA)