HP has unveiled what it claims to be the smallest laser printers in the world. The new printers will be released in its LaserJet series, and are called LaserJet Pro M15 and M28.
M15 and M28 are 30% smaller than their predecessors and are the cheapest that the company has ever produced, according to HP’s press release.
LaserJet Pro M15 and M28
The M15 (smaller one) has dimensions of only 6.3″ x 7.5″ x 13.6-inches. Despite their size, they are able to roll out 18-19 pages a minute.
Who Are These Printers Aimed Towards?
The intended audience for these printers is small business owners. These businesses not only have smaller budgets but suffer from storage constraints, too.
The micro-business economy has never been stronger, and today’s entrepreneurs are looking for smaller design-oriented products that occupy less space, deliver excellent print quality and make it easy to print from a smartphone.
We designed our new LaserJet Pro line with ease of use, size and mobility in mind, so that they can focus on running their business, whether in a home office, shared working space or on the go.
The printers can be easily used via the HP Smart App, which also scans the documents. This should further improve speed as well as aid in decreasing clutter. Wi-Fi Direct, Google Cloud Print, and Apple AirPrint are all supported, alongside Mopria certification. There’s still USB access in case you need it.
They have an input tray of 150 pages, as well as an output one that can hold 100 pages. A pre-installed cartridge comes with the printer.
The exact pricing details are yet to be revealed by HP but the company says they are the cheapest they’ve ever built.