HP LaserJet MFPs and printers

HP LaserJet Enterprise
Flow MFP printers

HP flow multifunction laser printers are the industry's first-scan optimized, multifunction devices, streamlining complicated workflows with built-in optical character recognition (OCR), embedded send to SharePoint® and scan-to-cloud capabilities.

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  • Simplify printing tasks and management with HP LaserJet multifunction printers

    Simplify tasks

    Easily manage jobs and add file information more efficiently, using the intuitive touchscreen and large keyboard.

  • Mobile printing from your HP LaserJet printer

    Print on the go

    Print from mobile devices using optional touch-to-print technology or peer-to-peer wireless direct printing.1,2

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    HP Managed Print Services

    Drive productivity and profitability--no matter your size
    or industry--with HP Managed Print Services.

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  • Original HP toner cartridges for LaserJet printers

    Guaranteed Print Quality

    Original HP toner cartridges are specially formulated to deliver
    high quality while keeping cost and waste low.

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1. For wireless direct printing, mobile device may require an app or print software. Wireless performance is dependent on physical environment and distance from the printer. Please note that while your mobile device is directly connected to the printer, access to content that requires Internet support (such as web pages or documents stored in the cloud) may not be supported while in HP wireless direct mode.

2. For touch-to-print capability, mobile device must support NFC-enabled printing.

3. Measured using ISO/IEC 24734, excludes first set of test documents. For more information see hp.com/go/printerclaims. Exact speed varies depending on the system configuration, software application, driver, and document complexity.