HP announced this week that it will offer inkjet printers that can print on both inkjet and traditional printing media.
The company says that the inkjet is “faster, more efficient, and more affordable” than conventional inkjet print media.
HP will start selling the new inkjet models in November.
HP says the ink cartridges are more powerful than the current versions and that the cartridges have better quality control and reliability.
The inkjet cartridges will cost $1,800 to $1.00 more than a standard inkjet cartridge, but HP says that this is an advantage in a number of ways.
The cheaper price also means that HP will be able to offer the ink at lower cost to consumers.
HP also says that its new ink cartridges will be a “great addition to the printer market,” though it hasn’t released any pricing information yet.
HP has made some other significant changes to its inkjet technology over the past few years.
It now offers inkjet printed books and a printer that can be connected to a smartphone to print directly on a tablet or laptop.
It’s also launched a line of inkjet-printing printers that it says can print directly onto any surface.
But the new HP inkjet ink cartridges can also be printed directly onto the surface of an object such as a printer, a tablet, or a computer.
HP’s new ink is “an exciting innovation,” writes The Verge’s Kevin Rose.
“This new technology could offer a huge improvement in print quality for both the consumer and business markets.”
The new ink cartridge is “a breakthrough in the ink printing market,” writes HP’s Mark Siegel.
It will be “a great addition to inkjet products for the next few years.”