Features
Count on exceptional value and the results enterprises need to stay ahead—HP PageWide Technology is engineered to produce professional-quality color documents for the lowest color cost.[3]
Help elevate workgroup productivity with best-in-class print speeds,[1] blazing-fast first-page printing, and single-pass two-sided scanning. Built-in Gigabit Ethernet and wireless printing options help busy teams stay connected.[10]
Trust that this HP PageWide Enterprise MFP is secure from power-up to power-down. Count on strong protection for devices, data, and documents with deepest embedded printer security from HP,[2] and centrally manage your entire fleet with ease.
Minimize interruptions and downtime with efficient, reliable performance. Conserve resources with an MFP designed to use less energy than lasers.[5] HP PageWide Technology is ideal for today’s busy office.
HP PageWide: Not Laser. Not inkjet. It’s the best of both. A new alternative for business printing.
Low cost, affordable printing
Best-in-class print speeds
Single-pass two-sided scanning
Fast FPOT from ready—as fast as 7.1 seconds
HP Sure Start, intrusion detection, and whitelisting

[1] Comparison of Enterprise devices based on manufacturers’ published specifications of fastest available color mode of color business A4 MFPs $1000–$3000 USD as of November 2015, excluding other HP PageWide products, and products with 1% or lower market share using market share as reported by IDC as of Q3 2015. HP PageWide speeds based on General Office mode and exclude first page. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/printerspeeds

[2] Only HP Enterprise-class devices with FutureSmart offer a combination of security features for integrity checking down to the BIOS with self-healing capabilities. A FutureSmart service pack update may be required to activate security features. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/printersthatprotect

[3] Lowest cost per color page claim applies to devices that are not sold under contract: Comparison of HP PageWide A4 Pro and Enterprise class devices with the majority of in-class color ink/laser MFPs ($400-$2,999), and color ink/laser single function printers ($300-$999) with >1% market share and print speeds >20ppm as of February 2017; market share as reported by IDC as of Q4 2016. Cost per page (CPP) reported by gap intelligence Pricing & Promotions Report January/February 2017, comparisons for devices/supplies not sold under contract are based on published specifications of the manufacturers’ highest-capacity cartridges, inclusive of long life consumables and page yield. Average HP yield based on ISO/IEC 24711 and continuous printing in default mode. Actual yield varies based on content of printed pages and other factors. For more information, see hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies and http://www.hp.com/go/pagewideclaims.

[4] Measured using ISO/IEC 17629. Exact speed varies depending on the system configuration, software application, driver, and document complexity. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/printerclaims

[5] Energy claim for Enterprise devices based on TEC data, reported on energystar.gov, that is normalized for majority of in-class color laser MFPs $1000–$3000 USD and color laser printers $500–$1249 USD as of November 2015; market share as reported by IDC as of Q3 2015. Actual results may vary. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/pagewideclaims

[6] Some features require additional purchase. A FutureSmart service pack update may be required to activate security features. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/printsecurity

[7] Yield based on ISO 24711 cartridge yields for HP 981Y Extra High Yield Original PageWide Cartridges, which are not included in printer purchase; purchase separately. Comparison based on ISO 24711 cartridge yields for HP 981Y Extra High Yield Original PageWide Cartridges compared with HP 981 series Original PageWide Cartridges. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies

[8] Based on ISO 24711 cartridge yields for HP 981 series High Yield Original PageWide Cartridges compared with HP 981 series Original PageWide Cartridges. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies

[9] Less scheduled maintenance based on 150,000 pages printed, and published comparisons of majority of in-class color laser printers and A4 MFPs $1000–$3000 USD as of November 2015; market share as reported by IDC as of Q3 2015. Learn more at http://www.hp.com/go/pagewideclaims

[10] Wireless networking requires purchase of the HP Jetdirect 2900nw Print Server. Wireless performance is dependent on physical environment and distance from access point, and it may be limited during active VPN connections.

[11] Requires an Internet connection to the printer. Services may require registration. App availability varies by country, language, and agreements. For details, see http://www.hpconnected.com

[12] Requires purchase of optional HP Jetdirect 3000w NFC/Wireless Direct Accessory. Mobile device must support Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled printing. For more information, see http://www.hp.com/go/businessmobileprinting

[13] Requires purchase of optional HP Jetdirect 3000w NFC/Wireless Direct Accessory. Mobile device needs to be connected directly to the Wi-Fi® network of a wireless direct-capable MFP or printer prior to printing. Depending on mobile device, an app or driver may also be required. Wireless performance is dependent on physical environment and distance from the access point in the MFP or printer. For details, see http://www.hp.com/go/businessmobileprinting

[14] HP Web Jetadmin is available for download at no additional charge at http://www.hp.com/go/webjetadmin

[15] Based on HP internal research on competitor offerings (Device Security Comparison January 2015), and Solutions Report on HP JetAdvantage Security Manager 2.1 from Buyers Laboratory LLC, February 2015. Requires separate purchase. For details, see http://www.hp.com/go/securitymanager

[16] An FCC Class A emissions compliant device meets the less stringent (higher) levels of emissions allowed by the FCC for a product operation in a commercial environment. An FCC class A device cannot be marketed for use in a residential environment and an FCC class A device should not be purchased for use in a residential environment due to the increased risk of interference to radio communications.