Where’s the hangout hotspot in your office? Are you more the classic water cooler type, or has your workplace adopted the new ways and brought in video game consoles and foosball tables? Personally, if there’s a little nook in the kitchen with a good selection of teas, that’s me sorted. Whatever gets your office up and talking, the importance of having a good meeting place can’t be understated — when everyone’s up and talking and in good spirits, you know you’ll be getting the best results.
What we’re saying is, we want to avoid meeting places that, well, should have never become meeting places. What are we talking about? Slow printers. When the office printer has as hard a time waking up as anyone else on a Monday, that means you’ll still be having employees gather in the same spot — they just won’t be real happy about it. Print jobs stack up, and more and more of you guys need to wait longer and longer to print something that shouldn’t really take all that long to begin with. And while it might get everyone talking, it’s probably going to be about the printer, and it’s probably not going to be a pleasant discussion.
Fortunately, HP is here to save the office from that funk. One of their newest laser printers is the Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477, which can save time, money, and energy with a little something called JetIntelligence. It means these printers work smarter, not harder. Case in point, the toner — specialized toner in the Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477 melts at lower temperatures, which not only decreases the time it takes the printer to warm up and print the first page, but also cuts down on energy costs over time. Those cartridges are also easy to remove and install and have been designed to hold even more toner than before.
The HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477 makes office printing faster, cheaper, and smarter — that means everyone can get away from the printer ASAP, and get back to the meeting places they actually enjoy going to. It’s just one way that HP is using to reinvent the office for the better.Find out more about HP’s Laser Printers
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