The HP Designjet T920 and Designjet T1500 was launch worldwide on the 5th of June 2013. Perfect Colours was invited to Birmingham to witness the introduction of these brand new machines.
The main features of these machines are their innovative user experience, the ability to print from virtually anywhere, either by ePrint & Share, Email or via your Smart phone. And faster, better quality prints from the word go.
Both machines have a 36in print width, true front loading systems and print from USB, Email, ePrint & Share and Print via Smartphone. The main differences between the two machines are outlined below:
The HP Designjet T920 comes with single media true front-loading, for easy loading of media even when seated. A bright full colour touch screen with an easy to use interface and the ability to print directly from USB, Email, ePrint & Share and from your smartphone device. The T920 has an inbuilt media stacker, which can hold up to 50 A1 printed sheets, making it easier to find your print. It also includes priority printing and output to the media bin.
The HP Designjet T920 can be upgraded to the HP Designjet T920 PostScript printer, which has an on board module capable of handling large, complex PDFs and TIFF files.
Much like the Designjet T920, the HP Designjet T1500 has an inbuilt media stacker, capable of holding up to 50 A1 printed sheets, a 36in print width with flat printer top for quick preview and editing.
However, the HP Designjet T1500 has a few added extras such as, dual front-loading media system, which is capable of printing from either media roll and can output the print to either the stacker or the media bin.
The Designjet T1500 also comes with accounting software, for tracking the cost per print and ink usage. The Designjet T1500 also has a PostScript printer upgrade with enables better handling of large, complex PDFs and TIFF files.
Both the HP Designjet T920 and Designjet T1500 have been built from the ground up, HP worked closely with customers to redesign the look and feel of the machine.
We look forward seeing the progression of these machines within the industry, if you would like to test drive these machines, please use the link below.