HP also introduced two printers for technical design professionals. The 61-cm (24-inch) model of the HP Designjet T770 Printer series includes an easy-to-access top-loading roll, expandable memory and fast speeds.
From winning bids and developing plans to interacting with peers and clients, digital information sharing is essential to how AEC/GIS/CAD professionals operate. HP's large-format printers and multiformat devices now make it easy to turn digital designs into documents and then digitize them back into the design-and-make process, helping shorten project cycles.
The new HP printers offer smaller footprints and intuitive ease-of-use features to allow small technical teams, individual professionals and students to benefit from in-house large-format printing.
Adding to the proven HP Designjet T770 Printer series, which includes a 44-inch device, the new 24-inch model allows small teams to increase productivity with a printer that is fast, reliable and easy to use. The printer's top-loading roll makes it simple to load and swap media, and its expandable memory allows the printer to handle bigger jobs as business grows. It also features built-in networking for easy sharing and the ability to print without opening applications.
The HP Designjet 111 Printer, the company's most affordable and compact large-format printer, delivers high-quality, cost-effective prints—including posters and presentations for less than $1 each.
Available in a tray or roll-fed option, the HP Designjet 111 Printer is an ideal entry-level printer for technical CAD applications, large-format posters and presentations.
Designed for AEC students and professionals, construction offices, universities and technical instruction environments, the printer is affordable at any budget with the ability to create posters or presentations for less than $1. As the smallest HP large-format printer available, measuring only one meter (3.3 feet) wide, it also fits easily into small offices.