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HP Designjet 90


$999.00 Released November, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Prints come out at a reasonable pace, don't have to wait very long. Isn't hard to set up, despite the size it isn't very complicated. Driver offers a good range of functions to get a print of the quality you're looking for.

The Cons:May take 2 people to get it physically moved to where you need it. Inks and printheads need to be purchased separately. Consumables cost a lot with this, cost per print is slightly below average.

The HP Designjet 90 is a thermal inkjet printer built for consistent color output, fine detail reproduction, and exceptional fade resistance. It features a rich color depth with minimal dot visibility, a 2400x1200 dpi resolution, and a four-picoliter ink-drop size that works to keep details sharp when in dark spots.

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In addition, the HP Designjet 90 boasts fast speeds up to 4 minutes per page, including A3+/B+ sizes in normal mode. Not to mention that the Designjet 90 in fact prints on a wide variety of media, from 4” to 18” wide, 600” high, and approximately 80 pounds. This includes banners, posters, and displays. The Designjet 90 thermal inkjet printer also includes automatic print head alignment & color calibration, fading resistance, and three-ink multipack cartridges that maximize efficiency and reduce costs. The HP Designjet 90 retails for $999.00 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • HP Thermal Inkjet Technology
  • USB Direct Interface
  • EOI Port
  • Input/Output Trays
  • 64MB Internal Memory
  • Flexible Document Handling
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

  • Printing Technology: Thermal Inkjet
  • Glossy Paper Print Speed: 4 min/page
  • Plain Paper Print Speed: 1.7ppm
  • Resolution: 2400x1200 dpi
  • Interface: USB, Parallel, EIO
  • Input Tray: 70 Sheets
  • Output Tray: 50 Sheets
  • Compatibility: Windows, Mac OS

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    prints come out at a reasonable pace, don't have to wait very long

  • 1

    isn't hard to set up, despite the size it isn't very complicated

  • 1

    driver offers a good range of functions to get a print of the quality you're looking for

  • 1

    prints are high quality enough to be presented to clients

Cons
  • 1

    may take 2 people to get it physically moved to where you need it

  • 1

    inks and printheads need to be purchased separately

  • 1

    consumables cost a lot with this, cost per print is slightly below average

  • 1

    pretty noisy paper handling mechanisms

  • 1

    takes up a lot of space in the office

  • 1

    often takes a long time for a print to start

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