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Dennis Hissink : March 7th 2005 - 09:00 CET

HP Vivera Inks introduction


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HPHP Vivera Inks introduction : HP Vivera Inks are specifically engineered and tested to ensure the delivery of vivid, lifelike colours with a broad color gamut and crisp black text. Inspired to create a formula that provides increased detail and vivid, blazing colours, HP scientists and engineers chose only superior ingredients. The result is ink formulations that blend with advanced precision for consistent, true-to-original prints. Because HP Vivera Inks are ultra-pure, they dramatically reduce printhead clogging. The combination of ultra-pure inks and HP-exclusive protectants keeps documents safe from airborne pollutants and fading, enabling photos and graphics to resist fading for decades.
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One of the large-format printers to use HP Vivera Inks are the HP Designjet 90 Printers. These series are a six-color, A2+/C+-size solution that delivers high image quality and color fidelity at up to twice the speed of comparably priced printers. An ideal solution for professionals in design, proofing, and photography, the HP Designjet 90 Printers can easily print postcard-size images, full-color pages, or banner-style pieces with a C+-size tray and optional roll-feed capability up to 18-inches.

HP Vivera Inks - Last for generations
The 16 x 20 in. print size is particularly beneficial to professional photographers as it enables them to offer more value to their customers including photo enlargements and gallery prints, without having to outsource work to photo labs. With resolution up to 2400 dpi and a 4 pl drop-size, the HP Designjet 90 Printer series delivers superior, grain-free printing. Specially formulated dye-based HP Vivera inks enable photos to last and resist fading up to 82 years, which will last for generations. The wide range of print size options allow the user to avoid multiple iterations by seeing real size and real color throughout the creative process and virtually eliminate outsourcing.

HP Designjet 90 - Some features:
- True-to-life photo-quality
- Excellent highlight and shadow detail
- Simplified color management for every workflow
- Supports up to 18 x 24 inch sheets including photo or proofing papers.





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