article HP has been working on its first laserjet printer since 2011, but this year they’ve been putting together a printer for people who want to take their custom stickers into the world.
Called the HP SP-SP-20, the printer is made from a high-performance resin, and can print stickers with up to 250 layers per minute.
It can be used to print stickers for your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram account, and will also let you print custom stickers for any of the more than 40 million brands in the world that support stickers.
It’s not the first time the company has made something that looks like a laser printer, but it’s the first one to come with a laser scanner.
“It is one of the first laser printers in the US that is made in the USA, and the first in the entire world to be laser-based,” says Ben Ziegenstein, HP’s director of digital and design, in an interview with the company’s press release.
The SP-20 is a bit of a departure from what HP normally does with printers, and it comes in at a price tag of $1,600.
HP is selling the printer exclusively through HP Store, so you can order one through their website.
It’ll cost you $1 more than a normal HP printer, however, which isn’t a big deal when you consider that HP sells some of its printers for less than $600.
The printer also comes with a few extras that HP says are important to getting the most out of the SP-10, like a printer driver for it.
It comes with the usual HP driver, but you can also get a set of two drivers that will let you connect a printer to your computer via USB, or use a printer as a wireless network adapter.
You can also set up the printer driver with an Ethernet connection.
There’s a whole slew of customization options that HP is planning to add to the printer that you can find on the company website, but we’ll get to those in a moment.
HP says that you’ll get up to three stickers printed per minute, and that they can print at up to 256 layers per second.
That’s a bit faster than most laser printers, but not quite as fast as most printers.
In fact, the SP20 printer’s fastest layer count was only 36, so the first thing you’ll notice when you open up the SP10 is the printer’s lack of speed.
HP will be offering the SP120 in January for $1.99.