HP PageWide Technology is the industry's most energy-efficient printing!


HP PageWide XL printers and HP PageWide print media set a new standard in reducing environmental impact. With innovative HP PageWide Technology, your customers can meet environmental goals while saving money with every print. Super-efficient HP PageWide XL printers use less energy than other printers in their class, in part because there is no fuser element to heat and there are fewer moving parts.

HP PageWide print media is recyclable, uses less ink and has earned the respected FSC®- and REACH certifications* for their environmental properties.

These are just a few of the HP large format printing materials that are recyclable and provide environmental assurance. See all HP PageWide media HERE.

The printing industry is becoming more aware that businesses can make money going green while creating a positive impact on the world by operating profitably and responsibly.

Offer your customers these affordable HP Large Format Print Materials that are designed with the environment in mind. For more information, a free sample, or to order, call us at 888-893-4668, or email [email protected].

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1 For additional product information including technical specifications, visit HPLFMedia.com.
2 Based on internal research, the HP OfficeJet Enterprise X series, while printing, requires up to 80 watts to print. The weighted average for competing devices is 508 watts. Energy claim based on testing comparisons of major competitors in default modes by Buyers Lab Inc., March 2014. Internal testing reveals the HP OfficeJet Pro X576dn uses up to 50% less energy compared with the majority of color laser MFPs < $1000 USD and color laser printers < $800 USD as of August 2012.
3 Internal testing reveals the HP OfficeJet Pro X consumes 0.60 kWh/week of power each week. At 12 cents per kWh multiplied by 52 weeks, the annual costs rounds down to $3.70. http://www.energy.gov/energysaver/articles/estimatin-appliance-and-home-electronic-energy-use%20and%20http://www.eia.gov/tools/faqs/faq.cfm?id=97&t=3**