Costco is selling printers for less $50 each for use in the printing of documents.
The new printers feature the HP LaserJet Printer, the world’s fastest and most advanced laser printer.
It’s designed to print at up to 24,000 dots per inch, compared to the more typical 15,000 per inch for laser printers.
They are priced at $30 to $50 per sheet, but they are also available in bundles with other printers, including the HP Jira paper and the Fujitsu Jira printable paper.
The company said it would start making printers at a factory in New Zealand, and will offer more in coming months.
“Costco is introducing a new printer, the HP LIDARJet Prusa L3, that is designed for a wide range of applications,” the company said in a statement.
“The printer is the fastest, most advanced printer in the world, with a resolution of up to 28,000 pixels per inch.
The printer can print documents at up 30,000 dpi, compared with 15,500 for the LaserJet.
The HP LidarJet Prusca L3 features an internal sensor that allows it to scan a page from up to 1 million dots per sheet.”
Costco said the printer is designed to make documents faster and more efficient, and it also offers other benefits including a water-resistant design.
It said the printers have the capability to scan the same documents in several languages.
The printers are available for pre-order starting at $50 to $100, depending on how many sheets are ordered.
The US is the only country in the US where costco has announced a new product, the $60,000 Lexmark Loom, that features the same technology.
In August, the company also announced the introduction of a new digital inkjet printer called the HP Inkjet.
It is designed with the same design and features as the HP laser printer but has a slightly smaller screen, and can print up to 600 dots per square inch instead of the standard 800.
The inkjet is priced at US$100 to $150, depending of the number of sheets ordered.