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HP’s Entry-level, Web-connected DesignJets target small studios

HP and delivered 2nd Generation DesignJet ePrint & Share with new offerings

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HP’s DesignJet large-format printers are popular among architects, engineers and design professionals everywhere. Yet the company has stiff competition from Epson, Canon and others. Judged a Runner-Up for Architosh’s AIA BEST of SHOW awards at AIA 2012, HP’s ePrint & Share technology for iOS in particular puts the power of the cloud and the tablet into the hands of AEC professions in powerful ways enabling access to your drawings from remote locations and remote printing.

“The economic environment has increased the number of freelancers and small studios, shortened project turnaround times and required AEC workers to be highly mobile, spending more than 50 percent of their time out of the office.” said Santiago Morera, VP and General Manager, Large-format Printing Business, HP. “The expanded HP DesignJet portfolio helps our customers stay connected where the job takes them and allows first-time, large-format buyers to easily and affordably bring their printing needs in house.”

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The newest offerings delivery simplicity, quality and mobility to AEC professionals, students and small studios where leveraging the cloud yields process streamlining improvements. Thew new HP DesignJet T120 and T520 ePrinter series provide affordable solutions.

01 - The HP DesignJet T520 ePrinter. Offers small studios and freelancers powerful printing from virtually anywhere with ePrint & Share and WiFi and web connectivity options. Available for Mac and Windows.

The DesignJet T120 ePrinter is ideal for students and freelancers, while the 24 to 36 inch HP DesignJet T520 ePrinter is designed for small AEC teams in need of fast, professional printing.

The T120 Details

  • 24-in. printer and supports letter to D-sized using combination trays and roller
  • Compact overall size
  • WiFi, USB and Ethernet connectivity standard
  • ePrint & Share functionality (Web-enabled printer)
  • Print from Apple or Android smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere
  • Automatically save copies of prints to cloud using ePrint & Share
  • Email to print to T120
  • CMYK color printing with Mac and Windows HP PCL 3 GUI Drivers
  • 256 MB memory

The T520 Details

  • 24 to 36-in. printer with D prints in 35 seconds
  • WiFi, USB and Ethernet
  • ePrint & Share functionality (Web-enabled printer)
  • Print from Apple or Android smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere
  • Automatically save copies of prints to cloud using ePrint & Share
  • Email to print to T520
  • CMYK color printing with Mac and Windows HP PCL 3 GUI Drivers
  • 1 GB memory

The T120 is now available worldwide and has an estimated retail price of 1,000.USD. While the T520 has estimated range prices of 1,800.USD to 2,500.USD for the 24 and 36 inch versions, respectively.

HP DesignJet ePrint & Share is available at no additional cost for HP DesignJet customers by creating an account at www.hp.com/go/eprintandshare. The mobile application is available through the Apple App Store and Google Play.

To learn more visit HP.com

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