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Do You Have the Oldest HP Designjet Inkjet Printer?

HP Oldest Designjet ContestIf you think you have the oldest HP Designjet printer, you could win a new one. HP is running The HP Oldest Designjet Contest through Sept. 30: if you have an HP Designjet printer with the oldest valid serial number you could pick up a brand new HP Designjet T2500 PostScript eMultifunction Printer.

To qualify for the Grand Prize, go to hp.com/go/oldestdesignjet and complete the form.

HP Designjet 2500CP
Does your HP Designjet printer look like this? If so, you may be a winner.

Even if you don’t have the oldest valid serial number, go to the HP Large Format Printer Sweepstakes promotion website for a chance to win the HP Designjet T1500 PostScript ePrinter. When you go to the website, plug in the brand and model of your large-format printer to qualify for the sweepstakes.

Contest and sweepstakes entries must be received before Sept. 30, 2014, 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time. No purchase necessary. For full official rules visit hp.com/go/oldestdesignjet and hp.com/go/lfsweepstakes.

The HP Designjet T2500 PostScript eMultifunction Printer is a compact, two-roll, web-connected MFP with web-connected printing, large-format scanning and a convenient touchscreen. The HP Designjet T1500 PostScript ePrinter is a two-roll, web-connected ePrinter designed to work as fast as you do so you can easily juggle multiple projects.

For more information about printers, as well as special deals at LexJet on the new HP Designjet Z6600 and HP Designjet Z6800, contact a LexJet printer 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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