New HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer Delivers Gallery-Quality Prints to Creative Professionals
Up to 2400 x 1200 optimized dots per inch (dpi)
Twelve-ink printing with HP Vivera pigment inks, including HP 70 130-ml Ink Cartridges (available in matte black, photo black, gray, light gray, magenta, light magenta, light cyan, blue, green and yellow), the HP 73 130-ml Chromatic Red Ink Cartridge and the HP 70 130-ml Gloss Enhancer Ink(8)
Up to 12.4 minutes per page for an A1/D color image on glossy paper in best print mode; up to 2 minutes per page for an A1/D color image on coated paper in draft mode.
HP Designjet Z3200 24-inch model: 49.7 x 27.2 x 41.2 inches (1262 x 690 x 1047 millimeters [mm])
HP Designjet Z3200 44-inch model: 69.7 x 27.2 x 41.2 inches (1770 x 690 x 1047 mm)
Standard connectivity includes one 10/100 BaseT Ethernet, one USB 2.0 high-speed certified port, one EIO Jetdirect accessory slot
The HP Designjet Z3200 supports more than 50 Original HP large-format printing materials designed together with HP Vivera pigment inks, from photographic and digital fine art papers to coated and display-graphic printing materials – including the new HP Baryte Satin Art Paper, HP Everyday Pigment Ink Photo Papers, HP Premium Matte Photo Paper and HP Premium Semi-gloss Proofing Paper (FOGRA certified). A complete list of compatible HP large format printing materials is available at www.hp.com/go/designjet/supplies
Pricing and availability
The estimated U.S. street price for the HP Designjet Z3200 24-inch model is $3,395 and for the 44-inch model is $5,595. Both models are expected to be available October 2008.
HP today announced the new HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer, expanding HP’s professional printing portfolio for creative professionals and print service providers (PSPs) by delivering long-lasting gallery-quality prints in black and white and color.
Ideal for photographers, photo and fine art PSPs, graphic designers and commercial printers, the HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer achieves print permanence of more than 200 years on a range of HP creative and specialty printing materials.(1)
“HP is committed to developing technologies that expand the capabilities of fine art printing to better meet customer needs in an evolving market,” said Santi Morera, vice president and general manager, Large-Format Printing Solutions, Imaging and Printing Group, HP. “The HP Designjet Z3200 allows creative professionals to accurately translate their work from image capture to print, providing unsurpassed print quality and consistency.”
The HP Designjet Z3200 delivers gallery-quality, black-and-white and color photographs, art enlargements, large-format designs and high-accuracy proofs that stand out and survive the test of time. The Z3200’s12-ink printing system, using HP Vivera pigment inks, features new HP 73 Chromatic Red ink, which enables up to 95 percent PANTONE® coverage.(2)
Leveraging HP DreamColor technologies and an embedded spectrophotometer,(3) users can achieve accurate color matching and profiling and easily generate custom ICC profiles in-house to deliver print-to-print and printer-to-printer repeatability across a range of media. An enhanced HP Color Center allows users to manage their paper presets; it simplifies workflows so users can easily access, create and share paper presets; and it enables productive operation and great ink efficiency with automatic servicing routines and optical drop detection to optimize the printer’s performance.
The HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer supports more than 50 Original HP large-format printing materials, from photographic and digital fine art papers to coated and display- graphic materials including the new HP Baryte Satin Art Paper.
The HP Designjet Z3200 Photo Printer will be demonstrated publicly for the first time in HP’s booth in Hall 4.1 at Photokina 2008 and will be available for purchase next month.
More information about the HP Designjet Z3200 is available at
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Image permanence estimates by HP Image Permanence Lab based on testing on a range of HP photo, fine art and specialty papers. Confirmation tests in progress at Wilhelm Imaging Research Inc. Details are available at www.hp.com/go/supplies/printpermanence.
Ninety-five percent coverage of PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM® and PANTONE® GOE systems, based on HP internal testing (PANTONE® approval pending). Final results are available at www.hp.com/go/Z3200/PANTONE.
Embedded in this HP Designjet Photo Printer is an I1 spectrophotometer from Xrite. Close collaboration between HP and Xrite ensures a reliable solution that has been thoroughly tested to meet customer demands for ease, quality and dependability.
PANTONE® and other Pantone, Inc. trademarks are the property of Pantone, Inc.
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