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HP Strengthens Large-format Printing Portfolio by Expanding its Designjet Series

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HP Strengthens Large-format Printing Portfolio by Expanding its Designjet Series
HP Designjet T1120 multifunction printer

HP has expanded its large-format portfolio with a range of new workgroup and multifunction printers, software solutions, and new media choices.

With options to integrate into IT-managed network infrastructure environments, the new products, solutions and large-format papers provide geographic information systems (GIS), architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), and mechanical computer aided design (MCAD) workgroups increased personal productivity with improved connectivity, security, fleet management, and cost control capabilities, according to HP.

Delivering fast print speeds, an in-printer processing architecture with an 80GB hard disk and convenient job management tools, the HP Designjet T1120 Printer series allows professionals to meet deadlines while maintaining professional print quality.

Designed to meet the needs of GIS and AEC professionals, the HP Designjet T1120 Printer series enables users to enhance the quality of their drawings and presentations. The series includes a variety of printer options, including the HP Designjet T1120, T1120ps, T1120 SD-MFP and T1120 HD-MFP.

The new HP Designjet T1120 SD-MFP provides a solution to small and medium-sized technical firms interested in reducing outsourcing costs with an in-house device that includes print, copy, and contact image sensor (CIS) scanning technology. The HP Designjet T1120 HD-MFP offers copy, scan, and manageability features in one integrated device with charge-coupled device (CCD) scanning technology and HP Vivera inks.

Designed to allow enterprises, public sector customers, and reprographic houses to cost-effectively produce large-format drawings, maps, presentations, renders, and posters, the new HP Designjet 4020/4520 Printer series delivers high-quality output, enhanced security features, fast connectivity and management tools.

Featuring HP Double Swath technology, the HP Designjet 4020/4520 Printer series produces up to 100 A1/D prints per hour without sacrificing image quality, accuracy or product robustness, according to HP. Features include in-printer processing, a 160GB hard drive and up to 1,120 MB of memory.

The series includes a variety of printer options designed for workgroups that print continuously in centralized production environments, including the HP Designjet 4020 and 4020ps Printers and the HP Designjet 4520, 4520ps, and 4520 HD-MFP.

HP Designjet T1120 and 4020/4520 Printer series ink cartridges can be returned for free in more than 47 countries and territories with the HP Planet Partners program. Boxes to collect the cartridges for return can be ordered at www.hp.com/recycle.

The new HP Designjet portfolio is optimized for HP Web Jetadmin 10.2, a print management tool that enables remote configuration, proactive monitoring, security, troubleshooting, and reporting of printing and imaging devices. Integrated within the existing network, HP Web Jetadmin allows large-format printing devices to be remotely managed as part of a diverse fleet of office printers and copiers.

HP also introduced four new software solutions

  • Serif Poster Designer Pro for HP allows users to create professional large-format posters and banners in house.
  • HP Instant Printing Utility 2.0 facilitates large-format printing, enabling fast preview and single-click batch printing of HP-GL/2, Adobe PDFs, and Microsoft PowerPoint files.
  • SCP Reprocontrol for HP allows production operators to automate, standardize, and manage color consistently within the production workflow.
  • HP Accounting Excel Tool 2.0 enables users to remotely view and create advanced usage tracking reports that include supplies, media, user information, account information, and the types of print jobs

For more information, visit HP.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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