The HP PageWide printers continue to gain popularity for a variety of reasons. These powerful and efficient wide format printers enable you to speed up production without sacrificing quality or accuracy. If you have been thinking about upgrading to a new WFP, keep reading to learn more about the HP PageWide and the HP A3.
The new HP PageWide XL 5000 prints in both color and monochrome at high speeds. Your first print will pop out in about 28 seconds, and this device can produce up to 20 pages per minute. Looking to consolidate and maximize workflow? This device can deliver mixed monochrome and color in less time than most wide format printers. Using the HP SmartStream software for the HP PageWide and HP A3, you can streamline PDF workflows and create batch printing.
The HP PageWide and HP A3 allow you to save up to 30 percent on production costs. Investing in a new device might cost more upfront, but the overall, long-range savings make it worthwhile. Compared to other WFPs, the HP PageWide printers give you more bang for your buck with increased productivity, quicker print times, and lower production costs. Plus, these energy-efficient machines consume 5-times less energy than a typical LED printer, further increasing your savings.
HP PageWide printers are a fully supported solution that lets you print, scan, and copy from one sophisticated, high-efficacy device. Not only can you complete all of your print jobs in-house rather than outsourcing, but your data will be protected and secured with HP security software, featuring encryption, secure disk erases, IP sec, and more.