launched the new HP Design jet T920 and T1500 e-Printers. Designed specifically
for large-format print scenarios such as architectural firms, the new printers
incorporate customer feedback on a whole new level for HP. The company invited
core users to help design and provide feedback on what their ideal large-format
printer would be, and taking these suggestions into consideration, they
designed the T920 and T1500. Claimed to feature a smaller footprint, improved
document output, ePrint support, and even augmented reality video tutorials;
the new lineup of printers certainly has a lot in store for users who need
large-format printout quickly and efficiently.
Suited for small to medium workgroups,
the HP Designjet T920 e printer is designed to deliver faster prints with the
integrated stacking tray that collate up to 50 sheets of A4 TO A0 size.
Equipped with 32GB virtual memory to process complex files, this device
operates at speeds up to 21 sec per A1/D print. On the other hand, doubling the processing power over its predecessor,TI500 e-printer is equipped with 64GB virtual memory, two paper rolls and
features such as smart switching and automatic alignment. The e-printer also
comes with a 320GB hard drive and uses a parallel processor that handles
multiple files simultaneously.
Overall as key areas of
enhancements, HP has designed these two 36-inch devices with the new output
system that improves productivity by reducing time spent searching through and
organizing printouts and also eliminates the need for users to bend and exert
to collect prints.
During the launch Mahesh Soni,
Country Manger, Design jet, HP GSB India said “more than two decades after the
launch of the first design jet printer, HP continues to bring design,
architecture and engineering focused large format printing solutions with
innovative features, such as the integrated stacking tray and true front – roll
loading, that transform the in-house printing process as well as allow users
more time for creativity.”