HP Expands Large Format Portfolio to Enable Communication Beyond Printing

Posted: March 21, 2010 in Tech

HP announced the expansion of its large format portfolio (HP T1200 Designjet / HP T770 ) to help technical design professionals to spearhead and enhance the value they bring to their customers. By leveraging HP’s portfolio, technical design professionals can easily shift from cumbersome, hard copy-based project workflow to an intuitive flawless digital workflow solution, where print communication is more efficient, easily integrated and fully accessible.

Designed for medium-sized CAD and GIS workgroups, the new HP Designjet T1200 Printer series is like having two printers in one with new features and capabilities that enhance productivity and versatility, such as two online rolls with smart switching media length tracking and high-volume ink cartridges, including the new Original HP 726 Matte Black Ink Cartridge, to offer a continuous printing experience at speeds of two D-sized prints per minute. The double roll technology helps to flexibly manage the changing demands of customers according to the phases of different projects, radically reducing downtime and solving different printing needs.

With the new HP Designjet T770 Printer Series, a reliable plug-and-play 44inch printer using HP Vivera inks, small teams will experience fast, easy CAD/GIS printing capabilities with an easily accessible top loading roll and expandable memory. With new features, including built-in networking for easy sharing, memory upgrades, and the ability to print without opening applications, users can put their energy into designing rather than focusing on printing.

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