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HP Brings Scanning Capabilities to Select HP DesignJet Devices

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Building on the successful 2014 introduction of the HP DesignJet HD and SD Pro Scanners, HP is now bringing these scanning capabilities to existing HP DesignJet models with the new HP DesignJet SD Proand HP DesignJet HD Pro MFPs.

The new HP DesignJet SD Pro and HD Pro MFPs deliver fast and accurate large-format scanning, copying and printing capabilities in an all-in-one device, helping technical and design workgroups collaborate effectively and efficiently. The new printers offer AEC and design firms, CRDs and repro houses high productivity with large scan previews and options to improve image quality, as well as an easy MFP acquisition process.

“AEC and design firms often struggle with scarce space and time resources” said Alex Moñino, worldwide marketing director, Large Format Printing, HP. “Today, we are expanding our portfolio of multifunction printers, incorporating the latest scanning technology into HP DesignJet devices, delivering improved collaboration, greater print quality and productivity all-in-one”

  • Bundled with the HP DesignJet T1300 PostScript ePrinter, the HP DesignJet SD Pro MFP is a highly productive 44-in device designed for fast and detailed document reproduction, ideal for scanning and copying everyday technical documents and maps at high speed without fringing.
  • Bundled with the HP DesignJet Z5400 PostScript ePrinter, the HP DesignJet HD Pro MFP is a 42-in scanner and 44-in printer featuring CCD Technology for excellent and accurate image reproduction. Delivering high-speed results in high definition, the device is ideal for a variety of high-quality print projects, from maps and satellite imagery to fine art reproduction. 

The HP DesignJet HD Pro MFP and HP DesignJet SD Pro MFP are expected to be available in the U.S. starting April 20th, 2015. Please let me know if you would need any additional information on the new devices. I am also happy to coordinate a follow up phone briefing with an HP executive if you are interested in discussing this news in more detail.  


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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