HP has expanded its Ink Tank Printer range with the addition of the Ink Tank 415 and 419 wireless printers that is slated to print up to 15,000 pages in a single cartridge of ink. Designed for an optimal usage for Home as well as business users, the new HP Ink Tank printers will be available in qualified channel partners and HP outlets across India for a starting price of Rs 14,812.
Integrated with the WiFi direct technology, the HP Ink Tank Wireless Printer 415 and 419 are both compatible with Android and iOS devices as well as Windows laptops. Google Chrome users across any platform will be able t print their projects from anywhere within a local space, even without being connected to a wireless network. The company is offering an HP Smart app that will let you send scanned documents to cloud storage or send an email from their mobile devices.
While both the Wireless 415 and 419 printers offer 8,000 colour printed pages, the slightly expensive 419 unit will be the best bet when printing black and white pages as it can print 15,000 pages in monochrome; that’s 9,000 pages more than HP’s 415 printer which uses a black pigment ink bottle. However, the Ink Tank 415 uses a special kind of ink that is water and fade resistant, lasting 22 times more than conventional ink. The ink in itself is refilled with the new Spill-free refill system which uses bottles that can be directly plugged into the Ink Tank without needed to be squeezed.
The HP Ink Tank 415 and Ink Tank 419 wireless printers are available in India for an asking price of Rs 14,812 and Rs 15,493.
Speaking about the launch, HP India’s Senior Director of Printing Systems, Leo Joseph said “Technological empowerment of MSMEs can enable development of an ecosystem that continuously supports them to deliver the right product, the right quality, the right solution and the right service at a competitive price. With our new ink tank printers, we aim to address evolving needs of home users and MSMEs by providing them good quality printing at an extremely affordable cost.”