HP introduced two Web-connected large-format printers with an ergonomic design. The HP Designjet T920 and T1500 ePrinter series are designed to help busy workgroups complete work efficiently and meet deadlines, while helping users access, view and print projects from the cloud, the company says.
The integrated output stacking tray on the devices change the way users collect and organize large-format output. The tray is built in on top of the device and delivers flat, collated prints. This new output system improves productivity by reducing time spent searching through and organizing printouts, and it eliminates the need for users to bend down to collect prints.
Additionally, the new design presents a flat surface on top of the devices, creating a media review table. Built for against-the-wall operation, the true front-roll loading feature allows users to load media easily, even while seated.
For small to medium workgroups, the compact HP Designjet T920 ePrinter eliminates output clutter with an integrated stacking tray that collates up to 50 sheets of A4- to A0-size media. The device operates at speeds up to 21 seconds per A1/D print and is equipped with 32 GB of virtual memory space to process complex files.
Designed for multiuser environments, the HP Designjet T1500 ePrinter is equipped with two rolls and features automatic alignment and smart switching capabilities to handle multiple jobs on different media types and sizes. Doubling the processing power over its predecessor, the HP Designjet T1500 ePrinter uses a parallel processor with a 320GB hard drive to print multiple files simultaneously.
The Designjet line includes HP Designjet ePrint and Share, a free Web service that allows users to access, view and print large-format documents using an Android or Apple tablet, a smartphone, a notebook or an ePrinter touch screen.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.