HP launches new Ink Tank printers for high-volume home users
New HP DeskJet GT Series offer high quality printing at an extremely low cost-per-page2
Johannesburg, South Africa, May 19, 2016 — HP Inc. today unveiled the new HP DeskJet GT 5820/10 All-in-One series targeted at high-volume home users looking for a wireless ink tank printer that never stops.
“High volume home users are focused on efficiency and are constantly on the lookout for innovation that can reduce cost and minimise disruption to their work,” said Jane Geypen, HPS Category Manager for South Africa. “The new HP DeskJet GT series makes high-quality, reliable printing more affordable and wireless printing and ink refill easy and fuss-free.”
The HP DeskJet GT series prints up to 8,000 pages with a set of three HP colour bottles or up to 5,000 pages with a HP black ink bottle out of the box.1 Original HP inks are specially formulated to deliver sharp text, vibrant graphics and photos that resist water and fading 4 and professional quality, borderless printing.
Replenishing ink is also clean and easy with HP’s innovative spill-free refill system5. The bottles can simply be plugged into the tank without any squeezing required. Users can also easily monitor ink levels with the transparent ink tanks.
The working environment today needs to be connected and wireless. The new HP DeskJet GT 5820 All-in-One printer makes it easy for users working remotely to connect via smartphones and tablets. The printer can be set up out of the box using just a mobile device. Even without a wireless network, Wi-Fi direct enables users to directly connect their printer to the mobile device at home.6
In addition, with the HP All-in-One Printer Remote app, users can quickly send scans to email or cloud storage through their mobile device.7 They can easily print from a variety of devices including iPhone® and iPad® using AirPrint™, or smartphones and tablets running Android™, Windows® 8, Windows® 10, and Google™ Chrome™ operating systems.8
The new HP DeskJet GT 5810 All-in-One presents the same functionalities as the HP Deskejet GT 5820 All-in-One but without Wireless capabilities.
More information about the new HP DeskJet GT 5820/10 All-in-One series is available at http://www8.hp.com/za/en/home.html
Pricing and Availability 3
· The HP Deskjet GT 5820 All-in-One printer starts at R3999.00 and is expected to be available in South Africa in May 2017.
· The HP Deskjet GT 5810 All-in-One printer starts at R2999.00 and is expected to be available in South Africa in May 2017.
About HP Inc.
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(1) Black and composite color (cyan/magenta/yellow) per bottle results based on HP methodology from the simulation of continuous printing of ISO/IEC 24712 test pages. Not based on ISO/IEC 24711 test process. An additional black ink bottle is required to print 8,000 color test pages. Actual yield varies based on content of printed pages and other factors. Some ink from included bottles is used to start up the printer. For more information about fill and yield, see hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies.
(2) Cost per page based on internal HP study, May 2016, comparing HP ink cartridges to HP ink bottles for HP inkjet printers less than 200€ using HP standard capacity ink cartridges and HP DeskJet GT series printers using HP ink bottles. Price based on manufacturer recommended street price of HP ink cartridges and manufacturer recommended street price for HP ink bottles. Actual prices may vary. HP DeskJet GT series printer cost per page based on expected black and composite (cyan/magenta/yellow) page yield, results based on HP methodology from the simulation of continuous printing of ISO/IEC 24712 test pages. Not based on ISO/IEC 24711 test process. Actual yield varies based on content of printed pages and other factors. Some ink from included bottles is used to start up the printer. HP Standard capacity ink cartridges page yield based on HP methodology or ISO based on continuous printing in default mode. For more information about fill and yield, see hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies
(3) Manufacturer Recommended Street Price. Actual pricing and availability may vary.
(4) Water resistance based on Original HP inks printed on HP Photo Papers in HP internal testing based on ISO 18935 standards. Image permanence estimates based on Original HP inks printed on HP Photo Papers. For more information, see hp.com/go/printpermanence.
(5) When used in accordance with set up instructions
(6) Mobile device needs to be connected directly to the Wi-Fi Direct signal of a Wi-Fi Direct-supported AiO or printer prior to printing. Depending on mobile device, an app or driver may also be required. For details, see hp.com/go/mobileprinting.
(7) Compatible with iPhone® 4 and later, iPad® fourth generation, iPad mini™, iPad Air®, iPod® 5G using iOS 7 or later, and mobile devices using Android™ 4.0.3 or later. Features controlled may vary by mobile device operating system. For mobile scanning, device camera requires 5 megapixels or greater with autofocus capability.
(8) App download required for printer setup. HP ePrint account registration may be required. Wireless operations are compatible with 2.4 GHz operations only. See hp.com/go/mobileprinting for more details.
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