HP has announced that its printer lineup will be sold off, as it seeks to lower its costs and increase productivity by building a new line of high-performance printers.

The new HP+ 2 printers are based on HP’s new Scalable Host Processor (SHP), which has been available since mid-2016 and will be available with HP printers as well as other brands.

HP will also begin shipping new HP printers in 2018.

HP CEO Meg Whitman has stated the new printers will be “the next generation of HP printers.”HP’s current lineup includes a number of printers that were designed for use with the company’s HP-branded desktop business.

These include the HP E5, the HP-E3, and the HP EliteBook X360s, and they are powered by the HP Precision X Series 3D Printer.

HP said the new HP-based printers will come with the new Scalaboard platform, which is aimed at high-end professional printers, but HP says that it will also be available as an option for businesses.HP has said that it plans to offer new HP products for “a long time,” but it said that the new line will not be priced separately from other HP products.

HP has previously said that its next printer, which will be called the HP+1, would cost $1,400, which it says is competitive with other printers.HP will also introduce its new HP Series 3X printer, the new model of which will have a price tag of $1-2,500, but will also have an HP+3 and HP+4 option for $3,000 and $3-4,000, respectively.

HP says its printer line will also come with its new Precision X Plus platform, the company said.HP is the latest to announce that it’s looking to sell printers, which could help it compete with its own competitors.

In February, Lenovo said it would stop producing printers and would instead focus on its consumer business, and last year, Dell said it was also shutting down printers and turning its focus to tablets.HP’s decision to close down printers is a blow to many PC users.

The company has been struggling to bring in revenue with its printers, and HP said in September that it was on track to have $100 billion in annual revenue by the end of 2020.

HP’s stock fell more than 10% in after-hours trading.

HP stock has since recovered, though it remains below its $100-per-share high.