They allow users to make multiple original prints (mopies) with the same finishing as with a conventional copier -- without the user having to leave the desktop.
What does MOP stand for?
MOP stands for Multiple Original Prints
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In addition to HP's long list of network printing innovations, the following list highlights some industry firsts of the HP LaserJet printer: -0- -- first desktop laser printer; -- first dual-tray laser printer; -- first personal laser printer priced less than $1,000; -- first LAN network printer; -- first laser printer with infrared technology; -- first printer capable of printing multiple original prints (mopies); -- first mass-market all-in-one laser device; -- first color laser printers with auto duplexing; and -- first 1,200-dpi personal laser printer.
The term "mopier" describes production of multiple original prints, including finishing capabilities, directly on a printer, rather than printing a single original and then using a photocopier to produce duplicates.
2, 1997-- Hewlett-Packard Company today announced that its premier midvolume production laser-printing solution for data centers, distributed networks and print-on-demand applications now has built-in multiple original prints (MOPY), tag image file format (TIFF) and video image printing (VIP) capabilities.
Designed with all the features and functionality of the LaserJet 5Si MX printer, the mopier also includes sophisticated technology that allows users to bypass the copier to make multiple original prints (mopies).
The HP LaserJet 5Si mopier is the first in a new category of network printers that are optimized to produce multiple original prints, or 'mopies,'" said Laurie Viela, LaserJet mopier product manager at HP's LaserJet Solutions Group.
based research group, estimates that 43 percent of laser-printer users are already producing multiple original prints (mopies) with their printers.
The new product, called the HP LaserJet 5Si mopier, establishes a new category of network printers optimized to produce Multiple Original Prints (mopies) and provide a convenient, low-cost alternative to making copies.