HP PageWide XL 8000 40-in Printer with High-capacity Stacker and PostScript/PDF Features
Respond faster—up to 30 D/A1 pages/minute (1500 D/A1 pages/hour)—far faster than LED.[1] Use a single production printer for both monochrome and color and streamline your workflow from mixed sets to job processing.
A new technical document quality standard—HP PageWide XL pigment ink for durable prints, crisp lines, fine detail, smooth grayscales that beat LED.[5] Grow your business—print color at breakthrough speeds for GIS maps, point-of-sale (POS) posters.
Achieve up to 50% savings in total production costs.[1] Print monochrome documents at same or lower cost than comparable LED printers, print color at the lowest cost in the market.[8,9] Eliminate manual steps, save time with a consolidated workflow.

[1] Fastest based on internal HP testing and methodology compared to alternatives for large-format printing of technical documents, GIS maps, and point-of-sale (POS) posters under $200,000 USD as of March, 2015. Production costs savings based on comparison to a setup consisting of one monochrome LED printer and one color production printer, both under $150,000 USD, as of April, 2015. Production costs consist of supplies and service costs, printer energy costs, and operator costs. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.

[2] The production stacker and online folder are optional accessories.

[3] Based on internal HP testing on the HP PageWide XL 8000 Printer compared to using two different printers (one monochrome LED printer, one color printer). For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.

[4] Using HP SmartStream software compared with using equivalent software programs. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.

[5] For output produced with HP PageWide XL printers and LED printers from different manufacturers and that represent greater than 50% of the annual shipments of LED printers in North America as of 2014 according to IDC. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.

[6] Compared to prints produced with HP 970/971/980 inks that are fade and moisture resistant per ISO 11798 Permanence and Durability Methods certification. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.

[7] ISO/US technical and offset standards include American ANSI and Architectural page size standards, ISO A technical document standard, and ISO B offset page size standard.

[8] Based on supplies and service costs for comparable LED printers under $150,000 USD for large-format printing of technical documents as of April, 2015 which represent more than 80% of the share of high-volume LED printers in the US and Europe in 2014 according to IDC. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.

[9] Based on supplies and service costs for comparable color printers capable of printing 4 D/A1 pages per minute or more and under $150,000 USD for large-format printing of technical documents as of April, 2015 and representing more than 80% of the market in the US and Europe in 2014 according to IDC. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims.

[10] Conclusions based on internal HP testing for a specific use scenario. Comparable printers using LED technology based on LED printers capable of printing 18 to 22 D/A1 pages per minute and which represent more than 80% of the share of high-volume LED printers in the US and Europe according to IDC as of April, 2015. For testing criteria, see http://www.hp.com/go/pagewidexlclaims