For production houses and CAD professionals nothing beats the HP DesignJet 110. It is an inkjet printer and plotter designed for extremely wide formats, suitable for drafting, computer-aided design, mapping and other types that require wide formats. Despite its wide design, it is fairly compact, and print speeds and quality are impressive. Not only is it affordable, but printer ink
costs are very low, thanks to low-cost HP 110 ink.
Despite its 41 inch width, it only measures 16.3 inches deep and 8.7 inches high, conserving space and offering a small footprint. Those who need to print on paper rolls will likely need to place it on a stand, however, which will add extra size.
Paper handling is the machine's main focus. It can hold up to 150 sheets in the main tray up to a size of 18x24 inches, and manual loading of up to 609x1625 mm is also supported. It can also accept smaller, more traditional sizes such as legal and letter, making it versatile enough for everyday office printing if necessary.
The unit is cross-platform compatible, supporting both Windows and Mac machines, and it connects via USB, parallel or there is an option for ethernet connectivity as an upgrade. Ethernet support is included in the 110plus and 110plus nr models.
As an inkjet unit, HP ink cartridge
costs make up a large portion of the ongoing cost of the machine. HP 110 ink cartridges have large capacities that keep the cost per page low, and DesignJet 110 ink cartridges are very affordably-priced. Users who go through a lot of ink may want to opt for third-party compatible DesignJet 110 ink for even lower prices.
For professional design work, it is hard to beat the affordable price, excellent paper-handling and fast speeds of the HP DesignJet 110. The low cost of HP 110 ink also makes it a very economical choice for the long run. However, if you are not a designer, the HP C7495 ink
printer would be a better printer for you.