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Upgrade and Cash in on HP Latex and Designjet Printers through June

HP Latex 300 Series Printers

HP introduced its new line of HP Latex printers last week, which expand large-format printing capabilities, offer new application areas and build a healthier production environment. The new series doubles the speed of the 200 Series and features the new HP Latex 831 inks.

As part of the introduction, when you trade in an eligible solvent, aqueous or latex printer by June 30 you save $1,000 on the HP Latex 360 Printer. For more information about the Upgrade to Latex 3.0 offer, go to www.hp.com/go/upgradetolatex.

You can also save up to $6,000 on the HP Latex 280 104″ inkjet printer when you trade in an eligible solvent or aqueous printer by June 30. The HP Latex 280 gives you the ability to go wider and print high-quality grand-format backlits, banners and soft signage.

If you’re looking to upgrade your aqueous inkjet printer, HP has a great deal for you with the HP Designjet Cash In & Trade Up Spring 2014 promotion, which is good through June 30. When you trade in a qualifying printer you can get up to $2,500 cash back.

HP Designjet printers to which you can trade up include the HP Designjet Z6200 42-inch printer (up to $2,500 back), HP Designjet T1500 36-inch Post Script technical printer (up to $1,000 back) or HP Designjet T1500 36-inch technical printer (up to $750 back).

We use the phrase “up to” since you’ll need to provide a serial number and return the formatter board or motherboard for your qualifying trade-in printer to receive the maximum. You can also provide just the serial number for less cash back ($250).

To find out more, including qualifying trade-in printers, bundle deals on the HP Z5400 and HP Z5200, and for direction on what printer would work best for you, contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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