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HP Unveils Smartest Ink Tank Printer That Helps Families, SMEs Do More, Save More, Stress Less

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By Kingsley I. Ilechukwu, Correspondent Lagos

HP Inc. has  introduced the innovative HP Smart Tank 700 series to help families and small business owners stay productive and creative while working and learning from home. The new series offers a seamless and versatile printing experience that does not comprise on speed, affordability, or quality.

“We know that 68 per cent of new printer purchases are made to work and learn from home, but it’s tough on everyone. Kids, parents and small business owners alike need smarter devices that are easy-to-use, affordable, and versatile that will accommodate their everyday printing needs,” says GM and Global Head, Print Hardware Systems, HP, Xavier Garcia. “The Smart Tank 700 series provides an excellent printing experience with high quality prints.”

Building on HP’s long history of developing products with sustainability in mind, the HP Smart Tank 700 Series is HP’s first ink tank printer to be made from over 25 per cent recycled plastic.

The HP Smart Tank 700 Series has several key features including a smart experience. Users can easily manage tasks with a magic touch panel that appears only when needed and smart-guided lighting for an intuitive experience. It also has seamless integrated display and tank lights make it easy to see ink levels in situations where ink is running low, so you are less likely to run out. The HP Smart Tank 700 series also delivers worry-free performance with a quick and easy set up through the HP Smart App.

Users also get to save money as they get up to two years of ink – perfect for low-cost, high-volume daily printing, with up to 18,000 black or 8,000 colour pages included.

Smart productivity is another of the printer’s features as users save time and paper when printing everyday documents with automatic two-sided printing. There’s also a reliable self-healing dual-band Wi-Fi®3. The product will be available in Nigeria from November this year.

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