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All Dolled Up: Barbie-Branded Printer
As computer technology became more pervasive, especially in schools and homes, the consumer demand for printers began to include kids. Seeing an opportunity in the market, Hewlett-Packard partnered wi ...
Color Coordinated: The HP DeskJet 500C
The HP DeskJet 500C heralded a revolution in color printing. Prior to it, color printing was expensive and generally performed by a separate machine from black and white printing. Hewlett-Packard’s ma ...
Hard Copy for Life: Hard Copy Café Jacket
Members of Hewlett-Packard’s American LaserJet operations could fly their colors with pride in this boldly-adorned company jacket.
How HP Broke Moore’s Law
In 1965, engineer Gordon Moore posited Moore’s Law, which held that the capacity of integrated circuits would double at a continuous, steady rate. The law became a benchmark for measuring and predicti ...
HP’s One-Millionth LaserJet
Hewlett-Packard celebrated the sale of its one-millionth LaserJet printer in 1988, a mere four years after the first unit was sold.
Inkjet Printheads for the People
With an inkjet printer, characters were painted on paper by spraying the ink through very tiny holes in the printhead. To keep the printheads reliable and low maintenance, they were designed to be dis ...
The HP 2225: Jetting into the Future
Printing changed forever with the first inkjet, the 2225 ThinkJet released in 1984. It was Hewlett-Packard’s first commercial desktop printer to use inkjet technology and the first to use the Hewlett- ...
The HP 2686 and the LaserJet Label
The 2686 was part of the third generation of Hewlett-Packard’s laser printer line, but it was the first to carry the now ubiquitous LaserJet name.
The HP OfficeJet Multipurpose Printer
The OfficeJet personal printer-fax-copier was the first all-in-one desktop device to combine all three major functions in one space-saving bundle for home office users. Multi-purpose printers would so ...