HP Shows Off New T830 24-inch Multifunction Printer at Autodesk University
Andrew Wheeler posted on December 01, 2017 | 586 views

At Autodesk University, HP showed off its HP DesignJet T830 24-inch Multifunction Printer for the first time in public.

The compact printer is aimed squarely at the AEC sector—architects, engineers and construction teams could check it out in person and decide for themselves if they had any interest in a device that allows users to print, scan, copy and share plans on build sites and in any environment with electricity and a roof. (Image courtesy of HP.)
The compact printer is aimed squarely at the AEC sector—architects, engineers and construction teams could check it out in person and decide for themselves if they had any interest in a device that allows users to print, scan, copy and share plans on build sites and in any environment with electricity and a roof. (Image courtesy of HP.)

HP also announced the expansion of HP Click to all HP DesignJet T-series printers. HP Click removes the legacy driver requirement for simple one-click prints, as well as drag and drop multipage PDF prints. This includes the HP DesignJet T120 and HP DesignJet T520 printers.

Designed with a smaller footprint in mind, for architecture firms and construction offices, the HP DesignJet T830 24-inch Multifunction Printer enables users to scan, print, copy and collaborate by sharing drawings, renders, project schedules and presentations, among other things. (Image courtesy of HP.)
Designed with a smaller footprint in mind, for architecture firms and construction offices, the HP DesignJet T830 24-inch Multifunction Printer enables users to scan, print, copy and collaborate by sharing drawings, renders, project schedules and presentations, among other things. (Image courtesy of HP.)

Features

  1. Print A1/D sized prints in 26 seconds.
  2. Print wirelessly from mobile computing devices with HP mobile printing.
  3. Scan and produce copies of originals while protecting the integrity of the master copy.
  4. Make copies and distribute sketches and annotated drawings to a crew or team.
  5. Use the HP Smart app to post scans to the cloud and share with email contacts.
  6. Print half-sized documents from A4/A3 input tray.

To use these features, a mobile device and HP DesignJet T830 24-inch Multifunction Printer must be on the same network—or have a direct wireless connection.

The wireless operations are only compatible with 2.4 GHz operations. For remote printing, users will need an Internet connection to an HP web-connected printer.

The extra expense comes in the fact that you need a separately purchased wireless broadband service contract, so you’ll need to check availability with local service providers. Wireless broadband use requires separately purchased service contract for mobile devices.

For more info on this mobility issue, click here.

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