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HP Celebrates 25 Years of Reliable DesignJet Printers with Sweepstakes

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In 1991, HP launched the first inkjet large-format HP DesignJet printer, replacing pen plotters and forever reinventing how architects and engineers design and print large-format technical drawings. The original monochrome model offered early users easier, faster and more affordable printing, and the later color printing models opened new application opportunities, such as GIS maps, and provided faster speeds and higher-quality images. With more than 3 million HP DesignJet printersinstalled worldwide today, HP is committed to innovation and maintaining open collaboration with its customers to not only create solutions for them, but with them. HP DesignJet printers are based on deep R&D know-how that’s been cultivated over decades and refreshed every day with every product, delivering easier, faster and better solutions with each new generation.

“This year HP DesignJet celebrates 25 years and continues to set the benchmark for reliable printing solutions, fast speeds and high-quality output,” said Todd Cromwell, vice president, Americas GSB Large Format, HP Inc. “We’re committed to continually pioneering new technologies to meet the evolving needs of graphic designers, architects, engineers and construction professionals and helping customers work where and how they want to.”

To celebrate this milestone, HP is inviting HP DesignJet customers to enter the “Me and My DesignJet” sweepstakes. From May 2 through July 31, owners of HP DesignJet Printers can visit www.hp.com/go/mydesignjet to enter into a random drawing. The first 450 U.S. entrants will receive a $25 gift card to the hp.com store just for entering, and one U.S. winner will receive the HP DesignJet T830 Multifunction Printer grand prize. Also, five additional U.S. winners will each receive an HP DesignJet T120 Printer. Sweepstakes participants must own an HP DesignJet printer as of May 2, 2016 to enter.


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