[1] Lowest cost per color page claim applies to devices that are not sold under contract: Comparison of HP PageWide A3 devices with the majority of in-class color ink/laser MFPs ($3,000-$7,499 and €2,820-€7,049) and color ink/laser single function printers ($1,500-$2,999 and €1,410-€2,819) as of January/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://hp.com/go/PageWideClaims.

[2] Energy claim based on TEC data reported on energystar.gov as of February 2018. Data normalized to determine energy efficiency of in-class A3 color laser printers and MFPs with published speeds of 20 to 80 ppm, excluding other HP PageWide products. Subject to device settings. Actual results may vary.

[3] High-yield cartridges are not included in printer purchase; purchase separately. Learn more at http://hp.com/go/learnaboutsupplies.

[4] Comparison based on printing in Professional mode.

[5] Fewer service parts claim based on HP analysis of leading in-class A3 color laser printers and MFPs as of February 2018; calculations use publicly available and/or published manufacturer rated yields for long-life consumables and assume 600,000 pages printed (using a 60% black/40% color ratio). Learn more at http://hp.com/go/pagewideclaims.

[6] Comparison of HP PageWide A3 devices with leading in-class color ink/laser MFPs ($3,000–$11,299 and €2,820-€11,199), and color ink/laser single function printers ($1,500-$4,799 and €1,410-€4,599) as of February 2018; market share as reported by IDC as of Q3 2017, excluding other HP PageWide products. HP PageWide speeds based on General Office mode and exclude first page. Learn more at hp.com/go/printerspeeds.

Feature works with Microsoft® Word and PowerPoint® 2003 and later. Only Latin language fonts are supported.

[1] With ink installed, no media in trays

[2] Power requirements are based on the country/region where the printer is sold. Do not convert operating voltages. This will damage the printer and void the product warranty. Power consumption in Sleep modes depends on customer network switch capability, user configuration and network activity.

[3] Speed specifications have been updated to reflect current industry testing methods.

[4] Based on standard ITU-T test image #1 at standard resolution. More complicated pages or higher resolution will take longer and use more memory.

[5] ISO speeds measured using ISO/IEC 24734. Excludes first page or first set of ISO test pages. For details see hp.com/go/printerclaims

[6] No heating or fusing warm up time required

[7] Duty cycle is defined as the maximum number of pages per month of imaged output. This value provides a comparison of product robustness in relation to other HP LaserJet or HP Color LaserJet devices, and enables appropriate deployment of printers and MFPs to satisfy the demands of connected individuals or groups.

[8] HP recommends that the number of printed pages per month be within the stated range for optimum device performance, based on factors including supplies replacement intervals and device life over an extended warranty period.

[9] HP SureSupply alerts you when you should replace a print cartridge and helps you purchase locally or via the Internet. For more information, visit hp.com/learn/suresupply. Only available with original HP supplies; Internet access required.

[10] All HP media listed as compatible with the printer in the HP PageWide Printing Supplies Compatibility Guide, regardless of weight, may be used

[11] Normalized TEC (watt hours per page): 0.183 Wh/page