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HP makes massive impact at CEIF

07 January 2016

HP unveiled its maximum force at the Consumer Electronic Imaging Fair 2016 (from 7-10 January, Mumbai) with live demos which showcased print innovations on the HP Indigo 10000, HP Indigo 7800, HP Indigo 5600, HP Latex 360, HP DesignJet Z3200, HP DesignJet Z5400 and HP DesignJet D5800. The action at HP's booth will see multiple theatre shows, a dedicated B2 gallery and photo printing applications to the visitors.

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In order to help customers acquaint with HP's Indigo digital printing and how it can open interesting avenues for them in photo printing, HP will run theatre sessions open for the visitors every day. The sessions will be led by award-winning and renowned wedding photographer Arjun Kartha who will share tips and tricks on producing superior quality photography and photo printing with photographers and visitors.
 
"I firmly believe that a printed photograph is worth a thousand photos that are left languishing on a computer. That is why I've pushed my printing partners to develop bigger, better and newer ways of showcasing my work through HP Indigo digital printing technology. I am happy to see how HP Indigo has constantly innovated over the years into a trusted printing partner that every professional photographer should depend on!," said Arjun Kartha.
 
Also, HP is organising one dedicated and select VIP session every day for prospective Indigo customers which are being invited by HP.
 
Celebrating the innovation with its customers in India, throughout the CEIF 2016; over 50 of HP's Indigo customers will exhibit their work at the HP booth, including high-quality wedding albums, photo books, posters, cards, calendars, and more photo-specialty HP Indigo applications.
 
"The Indian photography industry is constantly evolving and CEIF is the best platform that enables this evolution. Through CEIF, HP has been transforming the professional photo printing by introducing newer applications year after year. This year's introduction of HP Indigo 10000 at CEIF, that is capable of printing large sized prints with dimensions of up to 20 X 30 inches has fuelled the scope of professional photo printing application to unimaginable levels." said A Appadurai, country manager, Indigo, Graphics Solutions Business, HP Inc. India. "Applications like the mega photo books, smart photo books, portrait enlargements, posters, wall calendars etc. have been a huge hit and the photographers and designers who create these lasting memories will now introduce novel and innovative applications with HP's Indigo printing technology."
 
HP Indigo 10000: A B2 sized digital press which can produce high-value applications with a wide variety of substrates and unmatched print quality, including spot colours, photo inks and white.
 
HP Indigo 7800: Ideal for PSPs and photo labs which manages colour with automated colour management aided by an in-line spectrophotometer. The highlight at the booth is, media fingerprinting, 3D colour calibration, spot colour refinement and other advanced colour management tools ensure accurate colour matching on a variety of substrates, colour consistency across presses and sites.
 
HP Indigo 5600: India's most reliable digital press which produces photo products on synthetic, coloured and transparent substrates and runs at 68 ppm in standard colour mode, 136 ppm for two-colour jobs and 272 ppm for mono jobs
 
HP Latex 360: The 978 ft2/hr (91 m2/hr) which increases application versatility with an ink collector for porous textiles. The printer also features automatic front-to-back registration for printing double-sided banners.
 
HP DesignJet Z3200 (photo printer), HP DesignJet Z5400 (PostScript ePrinter) and HP DesignJet D5800 (production printer) from 24 inches to 60 inches wide media, speed and ink solutions ranging from four colour inks to 12 colour inks solution; enabling the production of high-quality photo applications with a wide colour gamut.

 

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