New printer on the block

GCN tech brief

Hewlett-Packard Co. has introduced a new printer, the HP LaserJet P2015 Printer, which supplants the HP LaserJet 1320, the company's previous workteam printer. This version comes with a 400-MHz processor and up to 32MB standard memory (which can be augmented up to 228MB for better handling of intense graphics). This printer can churn out up to 27 monochrome pages per minute. Pricing starts at $349. It can be connected via USB, Fast Ethernet or HP's own Enhanced I/O (EIO) interface.

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