HP introduces HP Designjet T830 Multifunction Printer
HP introduces HP Designjet T830 Multifunction Printer
HP Inc. today announced the new HP Designjet T830 24 inch multifunction printer, an ultra-compact, versatile large format printing solution for architects, engineers and construction teams to seamlessly collaborate onsite and across sites by printing, copying, scanning and sharing plans with a single device.
The 24 inch T830 joins the HP Designjet T830 multifunction printer series creating a portfolio that can handle any size project, yet offering the same HP Designjet quality and reliability in what is now the most compact MFP device available on the market today.1
“HP multifunction printers open new ways to help professional teams communicate and collaborate using a single device. Our customers are increasingly demanding solutions that enable them to share easily including agile transitions from digital to hard copy and back,” said Guayente Sanmartin, General Manager and Global Head, HP Large Format Design Printing, HP Inc. “It’s amazing to bring the most advanced HP printing technologies to support the teamwork of architects and engineers designing and building the future.”
In its first product demonstration, the 24 inch T830 printer will debut at Autodesk University, Las Vegas, November 14-16, in the HP booth (#A517).
In another HP Designjet product development, HP announced the expansion of HP Click to all HP Designjet T-Series printers. With no need for a driver, the software offers easy, simple one-click printing, plus drag and drop multi-page PDF printing and real-print preview, while optimising media usage and costs. New HP Designjet T120 and HP Designjet T520 printers now also offer faster printing speeds.2
Evolve team collaboration with HP Designjet multifunction printers
Ideal for architecture studios and construction offices preferring a smaller footprint, the HP Designjet T830 24 inch multifunction printer offers a convenient solution with a range of communications options than can help increase collaboration. Print, scan, copy and share drawings, project schedules, renders, presentations and more.
Benefits and features of the new printer include:
• Immediately share project meeting results to peers and partners. Print A1/D sized printed in up to 26 seconds
• Wireless printing from smartphone, tablet or computer with Wi-Fi Direct and HP Mobile Printing.3
• Use scanner to make copies of originals for use in the field while preserving the master.
• Copy sketches and hand-annotated drawings for immediate team distribution.
• HP smart app to share scanned images with email contacts, post to cloud
• HP click printing software for easy printing of project sets and PDF documents
• Flexibility to print half-sized documents with A4/A3 input tray
1. The HP Designjet T830 24 inch and 36 inch multifunction printers are the most compact large-format devices performing print/scan/copy functions based on H x W x L specifications published as of October, 2017
2. The 2018 edition HP Designjet T120 prints one page in 45 sec. Both models print multiple-page A4 or letter-sized jobs from the A4/A3 input tray at a rate of 6 pages per minute.
3. Local printing requires mobile device and printer to be on the same network (usually Wi-Fi access points bridge wireless to wired connections) or have a direct wireless connection. Wireless performance is dependent on physical environment and distance from access point. Wireless operations are compatible with 2.4 GHz operations only. Remote printing requires an Internet connection to an HP web-connected printer. Wireless broadband use requires separately purchased service contract for mobile devices. Check with service provider for coverage and availability in your area. See http:www.hp.com/go/designjetmobility for more details.
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