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Dennis Hissink : July 30th 2005 - 16:30 CET

HP Scalable printing technology


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HPHP Scalable printing technology : Scalable printing technology (SPT) is HP's new entry into the printing and imaging market. It's a whole new thermal inkjet technology that's been developed from the silicon on up. Scalable printing technology puts all of the printhead technologies onto the printhead itself. There are 3900 nozzles on the printhead...each one printing and blazing away to give HP customers speed and quality. And, HP makes the entire printhead themselves in their own silicon wafer fab. The most notable benefits of scalable printing technology are speed and image quality. This technology is about four times faster than HP's previous technology, allowing customers to print a 4 x 6 photo in about 14 seconds.
HP Scalable printing technologyScalable printing technology - SPT
The technology is also extremely reliable and that's enabled HP to create new, separate ink cartridges and put them up front where customers can get to them. You're not only getting a printer, you're getting a complete set of inks that's redesigned to work with your printer, and you're getting special media. So, when you bring it all together...new media, the printer, the new inks...what you have are digital images that are fabulous, they're good-looking, they've got bright colors, they're fade resistant and they're fast.

SPT - From low-end to High-end printing
HP can use scalable printing technology starting with the low-end users all the way up to our higher-end, more sophisticated users in the home. Likewise, HP can scale this into other market areas like business inkjet printing or commercial or photo professional printing as well. SPT's going to be great for business. It can provide faster outputs at lower cost than previous applications.

HP - Invent and Innovate
Scalable printing technology is about enabling customers to have some fun, to be creative, to be able to do things that in the past were never within their reach. Now HP are making printing easier, faster, and of a higher quality than customers have only dreamed of. The best part for HP is when customers see the results of what HP have been working on and they say, "Wow, this came out of my inkjet printer?" That really is the best part! HP continue to invent and innovate on behalf of their customers.





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