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Huawei PixLab X1: The future of personal printing?

Huawei PixLab X1

Huawei has made a strong commitment to  MWC 2022 and has presented us with interesting innovations, such as the first tablet with electronic ink, the Huawei MatePad Paper . Today we are talking about another gadget, which is also a milestone for the company: its first laser printer is called  Huawei PixLab X1 .

Technical characteristics of the Huawei PixLab X1

With it we can do all the usual tasks of multifunction equipment:  print, scan and copy , so you can use it both at home and in your office. With dimensions of 367mm x 320mm x 288mm and weighing 9.5kg , it has a print speed of  28ppm  and a copy  speed of 28cpm . For copies, you can zoom between 25% and 400%.

Huawei PixLab X1

The input tray allows us to load up to 150 pages , while the output tray has a capacity of  50 pages . It uses  toner , which lasts up to  1,500 pages .

Among its ports and connectivity options we find  a USB 2.0 port, an Ethernet port, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC .

Finally, it is worth highlighting certain built-in technologies, such as  Pop-up Pairing , so that synchronization is the easiest thing in the world,  Tap to Print , to print with a single touch, or  Remote Printing , which facilitates remote synchronization .

Availability and price

Although its launch date has not been indicated, we have already been able to know its price. 349 euros for a model that aims to mark a before and after in Huawei’s connected home concept or as they have called it  Super Device , where we find a good arsenal of devices to make our lives much easier.

More info: huawei.com

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