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Without compromising security, Hewlett-Packard (HP) recently introduced two Web-connected printers that transform large-format printing with a new ergonomic design, delivering an improved user experience for geospatial professionals. Designed based on customer feedback, the new HP Designjet T920 and T1500 ePrinters help busy workgroups meet deadlines, present high-quality plans to clients, maintain security and collaborate easily with remote teams.

 

Improved User Experience

HP designed the 36-inch devices based on extensive engagement with users early in the development process. Users proposed designs that addressed the pain points they suffer before, during and after the printing process. From this input, HP identified an output tray and true front-roll media loading as key areas for enhancement.

For small to medium workgroups, the compact HP Designjet T920 and T1500 ePrinters eliminate output clutter with an integrated stacking tray that collates up to 50 sheets of A4- to A0-size media. True front-roll loading and automatic paper-roll alignment simplify media handling. These devices operate at speeds up to 21 seconds per A1/D print (economode) and are equipped with 32/64 GB of virtual memory space to process complex files easily and deliver faster prints.

Data Protection and Deployability

HP Designjet printers provide IT managers at any institution with the peace of mind that all their valuable and sensitive data are properly protected. While delivering high print quality, performance and reliability, HP Designjet printers offer data protection features ranging from advanced security measures to compliance and certification assurance. These security features make the HP Designjet printer series particularly well suited to being deployed into environments where secure network management, secure data transfer, controlled printer access and secure data erasure are important.

In addition, HP Designjet printers can be deployed to remote locations to support customer missions, including the military, firefighting, law enforcement and disaster recovery. HP Designjet printers have been fielded with the U.S. military to print geographic information system (GIS) and architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) data from the back of vehicles in some of the world’s most inhospitable environments.

The closed ink system found on all HP Designjet printers, as well as solid construction and engineering, allow these devices to stand up to a lot of abuse in the field. IRG Plotters and Printers, Inc., works with case manufacturers, such as Anvil and Calzone, to produce deployable cases that can provide extra protection for your HP Designjet printer and allow it to be more easily transported and set up.

IRG is a service-connected, disabled-veteran-owned small business as well as a public sector, higher education and federal specialist partner. IRG creates client success by delivering solutions based on technology, practice and policy, a sustainable strategy that provides concrete results.

Discover why the HP Designjet Portfolio is ahead of the technological curve and how IRG can assist you in determining the best solution for your needs. For more information on HP Designjets and deployable case solutions, contact IRG at 800-474-9514. For commercial and public-sector special incentives, please visit www.irg.com and request a FREE account.

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