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1 Applicable to the HP DesignJet T1700 Printer series, HP DesignJet Z9⁺ PostScript® Printer series, and HP DesignJet Z6 PostScript® Printer series, HP DesignJet XL 3600 Multifunction Printer series, HP DesignJet T2600 Multifunction Printer series, and HP DesignJet T1600 Printer series. Advanced embedded security features are based on HP review of 2019 published embedded security features of competitive printers, as of February 2019.
2 Based on comparable printers using LED technology and capable of printing 4-6 D/A1 pages per minute and which represent more than 70% of the share of low-volume LED printers in the US and Europe according to IDC as of November, 2018. Fastest first page out and up to 10 times less energy consumption based on internal HP testing for specific use scenarios. For testing criteria, see hp.com/go/designjetxlclaims.
3 Based on comparable large-format inkjet printers under $12,000 (USD) as of December, 2018. IDC figures show that Canon, Epson, and HP combine for 98% share of this printing category worldwide as of Q3, 2018. Most compact footprint calculated using all devices in "Operation mode" with an Open Basket and the arm of the Screen (front panel) spread out to enable user interaction and the scanner lifted on the Canon TX 3000 T36 MFP and the Epson SC-T5200 MFP to enable top media loading.
4 Based on comparable large-format inkjet printers under $12,000 (USD) as of December, 2018. IDC figures show that Canon, Epson, and HP combine for 98% share of this printing category worldwide as of Q3, 2018. Fastest print speed based on sustained printing speeds. Most compact footprint calculated using all devices in "Operation mode" with an Open Basket and the arm of the Screen (front panel) spread out to enable user interaction. Most quiet according to internal HP testing of sound pressure level during operating mode (plain paper, line drawing, Normal mode) compared to published specification of competitive printers. Percentage calculations of noise based on lineal units vs. Canon TX-3000 published spec of 51dB(A).
5 Spiceworks survey of 501 IT decision-makers in North America, EMEA, and APAC, on behalf of HP, June 2018.