HP Expands DesignJet Portfolio with New 24-inch HP DesignJet T830 Multifunction Printer

Yesterday, HP Inc. announced the new HP DesignJet T830 24-Inch Multifunction Printer, billed as an ultra-compact, versatile large-format printing solution for architects, engineers, and construction teams to collaborate on site and across sites by printing, copying, scanning, and sharing plans with a single device.

The 24-inch T830 inkjet printer joins the HP DesignJet T830 Multifunction Printer Series

In its first product demonstration, the 24-inch T830 printer will debut at Autodesk University being held in 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 print driver, the software is said to provide easy, simple one-click printing, plus drag and drop multi-page PDF printing and real-print preview, while optimizing media usage and costs. New HP DesignJet T120 and HP DesignJet T520 printers now also offer faster printing speeds.

Designed for architecture studios and construction offices preferring a smaller footprint, the HP DesignJet T830 24-Inch Multifunction Printer is said to provide a convenient solution with a range of communications options that can help increase collaboration. Print, scan, copy, and share drawings, project schedules, renders, presentations, and more.

The new printer’s features include:

  • Print A1/D-size prints as fast as 26 seconds.
  • Wireless printing from smartphones, tablets, and computer with Wi-Fi Direct and HP Mobile Printing.
  • 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 also print half-size documents with A4/A3 input tray.

For more information and complete specifications, visit HP here.

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