Continuing its tradition of offering practical, innovative network printing solutions, HP introduces HP LaserJet 8000 Series printers. They combine the latest technologies with exceptional performance to give you truly hassle-free network printing for medium to large departments.
What's more, HP LaserJet 8000 Series printers have new features that can provide outstanding output with a variety of media and paper-handling options, help improve performance while minimizing network traffic, and reduce your overall cost of ownership. Best of all, they come with something you can't get anywhere else-HP's unparalleled reputation for quality, reliability and compatibility. For a complete network printing solution, HP JetDirect print servers provide connectivity for Fast Ethernet, Ethernet, Token Ring and LocalTalk environments, supplying cost-effective printer access to your entire department. And HP Web JetAdmin management software lets you remotely install, configure and proactively manage your printers from a common web browser-reducing your day-to-day support requirements.
It all adds up to the most hassle-free, easily managed network printing solution you can find for your department.
Spend less time on printer issues.
- Common technologies among HP LaserJet 4000, 5000 and 8000 Series printers
- Easy installation, configuration and management with HP Web JetAdmin
- Manual or automatic driver updates off the Internet
- Fewer help desk calls thanks to intuitive operations
Get optimum output, fast.
- RAM-based mopying with dynamic RIP-once for fast, efficient multiple original prints (mopies) over your network
- 1200-dpi quality without the usual speed, memory and network congestion penalties
- Increased data throughput and faster processing
- 15-second first page out
- More efficient printing of large or complex jobs with 16 MB of standard memory (24 MB on HP LaserJet 8000 DN model) Enhanced paper handling for increased productivity.
- Handles a wide range of paper sizes, up to 11 x 17 inches
- Offers straight-through paper path to prevent curling of heavier media and envelopes
- Variety of input and output sources reduces trips to the printer