HP Introduces Industry-leading Graphic Arts Portfolio
HP yesterday unveiled technologies and products enabling the graphic arts industry to realize the long- awaited benefits of the digital publishing revolution. Driving this transformation are HP’s comprehensive product portfolio, color science advancements, and workflow solutions, which enable customers to capitalize on efficient on-demand printing, effective real-time targeted marketing and streamlined workflows.
“Enterprise companies and graphic arts professionals are realizing the advantages of digital content creation and production. From in-house proofing to short-run, on-demand printing, digital workflows ultimately drive more profit,” said Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group, HP. “HP’s information technology expertise and the depth and breadth of our color imaging and printing solutions enable graphic arts professionals take advantage of these new opportunities.”
The centerpieces of HP’s announcement include:
the HP Indigo press 5000, designed for increased volumes and cost-effective digital color printing productivity;
the HP Indigo press 3050, delivering enhancements to the successful HP Indigo press 3000 with a new entry-level pricing plan;
the HP color 9850mfp, HP’s first high-speed color multifunction printer; and
the HP Designjet 30 and 130 – two large-format printing, ink and media systems for photos and graphics that resist fading for 70 years.