From DeskJet we go to HP's DesignJet series, a wide-format color printer capable of printing D-sized photos, the HP DesignJet T120 ePrinter, built purposely for engineers and architects who need a machine for large-scale printing. It can either be placed on a desk/table or use an optional stand to utilize its maximum ability. With a dimension about 11.2" x 38.9" x 20.9", definitely it needs a stand which can be bought at around $249, it's a must accessory.Actually believe it or not, it is the smallest sized wide-format printer in its class.
The DesignJet T120 was rated with a speed of up to 1.3 min/page (D-Color image), and 70 sec/page (D-Color line drawing) both in draft mode printing. Although it's more specific to use for printing full-color photos and graphics, it can also be use for standard office files like text, etc. Printout quality can be considered above-average for a wide-format inkjet printer.
For an engineer that requires a graphic-arts printer, this one is fair enough to consider. In terms of speed and output quality, it's actually a tough printer for what it serves. Additionally, the T120 ePrinter features a generously large touchscreen display about 4.3 full-color intuitive LCD for easy-to-use system navigation.
As the title of the printer speaks for itself, the HP DesignJet T120 ePrinter supports printing from virtually anywhere using iOS or Android powered devices, even laptops and tablets that are Web connectivity enabled. Even if you're away from the machine, still you can access or print documents via HP Designjet ePrint and Share app, or just email and print it to your T120 ePrinter through its web connectivity feature.
The T120 ePrinter surprisingly uses only four standard HP inkjet cartridges (cyan, magenta, yellow, black), unlike with most machines within its class that houses several ink tanks which includes a light version of each colors, plus a gray and photo-black ink. Hence, you don't have to worry about the expense of purchasing replacement HP inkjet cartridges for your DesignJet T120 printer.
Its paper handling supports media sizes like 8.3 to 24 inch wide sheets and 11 to 24 inch rolls. To setup the sheets/roll, there are two dowels on each side which holds the roll by placing caps on both ends.
With all these specs and features, it really is an excellent choice for all architecture, engineering, and construction professionals that require large-scale material. Printing photos and graphics with the HP DesignJet T120 ePrinter can be more than good enough, as well as with monochrome prints.
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