HP launches Ink Tank printers for high-volume home users
By Prince Osuagwu
HP Inc. has 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.
Speaking on the essence of the new series, Kevin Van Wyk, HPS Category Manager for South Africa disclosed; “High volume home users are focused on efficiency and are constantly on the look out for innovation that can reduce cost and minimise disruption to their work. 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. Original HP inks are specially formulated to deliver sharp text, vibrant graphics and photos that resist water and fading, as well as professional quality, borderless printing.”
Harping on the ease of ink refilling, Wyk reiterated; “Replenishing ink is also clean and easy with HP’s innovative spill-free refill system. 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.”
On connectivity and ease of use, Wyk explained that, “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.
“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; iPhone and iPad, using AirPrint or smart phones and tablets running Androi, Windows 8, Windows 10 and Google Chrome operating systems.”
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