Palo Alto, CA—HP Inc. unveiled its HP Envy 6000 printer series. The intuitive printers are for today’s families who lead dynamic, busy lives.
“As families continue to not only work from home but also look for fun ways to keep their kids learning at home over the summer, we wanted to make their printing experience effortless,” said Xavier Garcia, global head and general manager, Print Hardware Solutions, HP Inc. “Our new printers are for those adapting to remote working and learning; offering easy setup solutions with a smart control panel that intuitively lights up when needed.”
HP Envy 6000 Printer Series Key Features
A notable benefit of the new HP Envy printers is a smart device user experience. Sporting an industrial design for contemporary homes, the printers are made with more than 20% recycled plastic by weight.
Moreover, an intuitive user interface makes device interactions seamless with guided edge lighting that indicates printer status; buttons appear only when needed. The printers also offer self-healing dual-band Wi-Fi to keep families connected and prevent interruptions.
The devices also offer simple setup. In addition, families can control the printers via the HP Smart app. They can print, scan, copy and also fax all from mobile devices. The app also offers access to hundreds of free learning printables.
In addition, HP provides an Instant Ink delivery service. The service automatically delivers replacement cartridges when needed. HP says families can save up to 50% with plans starting at $2.99 a month.
HP Envy 6000 series printers come in cement gray or white. The Envy 6055 retails for $129.99. The Envy Pro 6455 AiO sells for $149.99.
HP Print, Play & Learn
What’s more HP launched Print, Play, & Learn in April to support the millions of families worldwide who have transitioned to remote learning. With millions of site visits and printables downloaded to date, HP continues to provide free printable content for families to help kids learn and grow.
Now, in collaboration with education creators, HP introduced more than 50 additional hours of free printable content on the platform. The printables make science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) related topics available for families.
New printable content is provided by John Collins, also known as the “Paper Airplane Guy.” Collins holds the Guinness World Record for the longest paper airplane flight. He shows how to fold his world record plane while teaching kids about aerodynamics and gravity.
Also now on the platform is the Dad Lab. Based out of London, this stay-at-home dad started making science experiments for his kids. He’s created an original experiment and worksheet for Print, Play & Learn.
In addition,HP added Hello, Wonderful. This is a collective of moms with a desire to make creative arts, crafts and playful products to enjoy with kids. They have created printable recipes for elephant toothpaste, Playdough and a blizzard in a jar.