HP launches Smart Tank 5000 series in Australia

(Above): HP Australia print category manager Ben Fermaner demonstrates the HP Smart Tank 5000 series

HP unveiled its sustainably designed HP Smart Tank 5000 series for the first time in Australia, at a media event in Sydney yesterday.

The latest ink tank in HP’s tank portfolio, the Smart Tank printer 5000 series, is sustainably designed with 45 per cent post-consumer recycled content. Designed for the everyday needs of home users, it can be set up with HP Smart Tank’s intuitive Smart App and smart guided buttons, and offers self-healing Wi-Fi, allowing for printing from anywhere.

The Smart Tank 5000 series, launched in Australia for the first time

Key benefits and print features of the Smart Tank 5000 series include:

  • Sustainably made using post-consumer recycled content 
  • Boasting EPEAT Silver and Energy Star certifications 

  • Energy-saving auto on/off technology – with no extra effort needed from users 
  • No-waste tank and spill-free recyclable bottles  
  • HP Smart App pairing, offering intuitive smart-guided buttons to guide through everyday print, scan, copy and fax tasks 
  • Automatically detects IDs and prints with the ID copy button 

  • Self-healing Wi-Fi and better mobility with Smart App and Smart Advance, enabling faster and more reliable connections 
  • Equipped with convenient ink management, the Smart Tank printers easily monitor and 
maintain ink levels with ink sensors 

  • HP Wolf Essential Security to protect sensitive information. 

“As individuals and families strive for more environmentally-conscious lifestyles and households, they want smart, eco-friendly experiences for their printing needs – from school projects to work documents,” HP A/NZ printing Systems senior director Neil Westhof said.

“With the addition of the Smart Tank 5000 series, people who print a lot at home have access to a range of high quality, reliable and sustainable printing solutions, tailored for their exact needs.” 

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