HP Designjet L25500 Printer Sales Outpace the Market in North America, Latin America Regions

HP has announced that the HP Designjet L25500 Printer is the top-selling large-format printer in its class in the North America and Latin America markets.

"Recent sales results indicate the positive impact the HP Designjet L25500 Printer is having in the industry as a viable alternative to solvent-based printing solutions," said Jan Riecher, vice president and general manager, Graphics Solutions Business – Americas, HP. "A variety of customers, including small and midsize digital print and sign shops, copy shops and photo labs, are benefiting from the flexibility of the HP Designjet L25500 Printer to gain a competitive advantage and seize new growth opportunities, while also reducing their environmental impact."

Available in 42- and 60-inch models, the HP Designjet L25500 Printer offers print service providers unrivaled versatility, with quality and durability comparable to eco-solvent devices, while reducing the impact of printing on the environment. The printer's HP Latex Inks produce odorless prints, are non-flammable and non-combustible, and contain no hazardous air pollutants.

Since its introduction in October 2009, the HP Designjet L25500 Printer has received numerous industry accolades. Most recently, it received top honors from Business Equipment Research & Test Laboratories (BERTL), a leading authority on wide-format analysis, including:

• A BERTL's Best Award for Best Eco-Friendly Wide Format Inkjet Printer awarded for the HP Designjet L25500 Printer's potential to help wide-format specialists succeed in a rapidly developing marketplace.

• An Exceptional Certified Five Star rating awarded in recognition of the printer's ability to deliver indoor and outdoor applications on a wide range of media with outstanding print quality, while meeting the needs of environmentally conscious customers.

In addition, HP Latex Inks earned a BERTL's Best Award for Best Innovation in Environmentally Friendly Ink, signifying BERTL's belief that the inks will help shape the future market.