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HP unveils new PageWide web press

October 21, 2022  By PrintAction Staff

HP launches its newest high-volume production inkjet web press, the HP PageWide Web Press T485 HD with HP Brilliant Ink.

This PageWide web press is designed to deliver on a wide range of applications including commercial, direct mail, publishing, and transactional, providing print service providers (PSPs) the versatility to meet the needs of their customers on uncoated and coated papers.

“We are excited to announce the expansion of our PageWide portfolio with HP Brilliant Ink. This new HP PageWide press offers print service providers brilliant quality while printing at amazing speeds,” said Annette Friskopp, global head and general manager at HP PageWide. “The HP PageWide T485 HD with HP Brilliant Ink was designed to provide offset-class quality and to help increase return on investment for our customers, allowing them to improve their profitability and growth.”


The HP PageWide Web Press T485 HD with HP Brilliant Ink is available for sale as an upgrade to existing PageWide T400 series presses and for new orders, with expected product availability in the first half of 2023.

Additionally, HP has announced an all-new 800 fpm/244 mpm mono mode for the HP PageWide Web Press T250 HD. This upgrade allows existing PageWide T250 HD customers to produce 1,250 x 300 page, 6×9 book blocks per hour.

HP Inc. has today announced new solutions to help Print Service Providers (PSPs) meet high levels of demand, optimise work processes and grow their businesses by delivering innovative applications.

HP also unveiled the new 3.2-m (126-in) wide HP Latex 2700 printer series.

“The HP Latex 2700 family delivers increased print quality, raw speed and white ink capabilities that will amaze customers,” said Daniel Martinez, general manager, HP Large Format.

All devices in the Latex 2700 series run on fourth generation HP Latex ink. The HP Latex 2700 portfolio is available in all major markets with pricing available on request from local HP teams and partners.

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