HP has unveiled the HP Designjet T2500 eMultifunction Printer (eMFP), with three-in-one features (scan, print and copy) to help improve productivity in organizations.
The multi-function printer is expected to be available worldwide in October 2013 with the estimated list price starting at $9,895
Architects, engineers, construction (AEC) and geographic information system (GIS) firms, as well as government agencies and enterprise customers can scan large-format color documents in a convenient manner thanks to the integrated scanner built in eMFP.
The scanner not only makes it easy to scan and send sketches to team members, it also incorporates hand-annotated changes.
The printer also features an ergonomic design that relieves traditional pain points with features like an integrated output stacking tray, two-roll front media loading with smart switching and an intuitive touch screen that allows monitoring media rolls and viewing status of the printing jobs.
The HP Designjet T2500 eMultifunction Printer has a 30 percent smaller footprint than its predecessor.
The integrated output stacking tray delivers flat, collated prints, helping teams stay organized between multiple projects. With two-roll, front media loading, customers can print projects that require different paper types and sizes without having to change the roll.
The printer also offers a wider variety of media options with the ability to print up to AO/E print sizes.
The full-color touch screen also gives users added control with the ability to manage job queues, track print costs, print borderless images and view true print previews.
The HP Designjet ePrinter portfolio features HP Designjet ePrint & Share, a free web service that makes it easy to access, view and print large-format documents using an Android or Apple tablet, a smartphone, a notebook or an ePrinter touch screen.
Together with HP Designjet ePrint & Share, the web-connected HP Designjet T2500 eMultifunction Printer allows users to automatically save copies of projects to the cloud when scanning or printing.
Users also can email projects to print by attaching a PDF or other print-ready file to an email, and sending it directly to the ePrinter’s dedicated email address.