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HP to introduce 4800 dpi printers

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Hewlett-Packard has announced that it is all set to incorporate 4800-optimized dots-per-inch (dpi) technology in many of the its future inkjet printers. This is a major technology advancement for HP as it will directly address the increasing consumer demand for high-quality output and the ability to print true-to-life color photos at home and work.

"Increased dpi is the first in a series of innovative technological enhancements HP will introduce this year," said K

Purushottam, Country General Manager, Consumer Business Organization, Hewlett-Packard India, who added, "As the leading inventor in this field, HP recognizes the rapidly changing needs of consumers who want to do more with their printers simply and reliably -- and with the best results possible." 

"The majority of today's digital photographers print their photos on home inkjet printers. And most people who purchase new digital cameras are expecting to print photos at home. With this new demand for digital output, printer manufacturers like HP

will be challenged to continue delivering enhanced features and improved output quality," said Kristy Holch, Principal,

InfoTrends Research Group.

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