Order from GOM Australia the New HP DesignJet T1600 3EK11A Postscript Printer

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Parramatta NSW based Global Office Machines, an industry leader in supplying plotters, photocopiers, laser printers, and multifunction devices Australia wide, is pleased to announce that they are now accepting orders for the latest HP DesignJet T1600 36-inch Postscript Large Format Printer (3EK11A).

The new HP DesignJet T1600 36-inch Postscript Printer is designed to enhance CAD and GIS projects by producing professional quality prints. It has a capacity of six 300ml ink cartridges; namely Matte Black, Photo Black, Gray, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow, which can achieve a wider color gamut that is ideal for ultra-high-definition color graphics, architectural prints, maps, renders, and technical drawings. The DesignJet T1600 also produces darker blacks and true neutral grays on plans, drawings, and maps with a resolution up to 2400 dpi. In addition, it features a 100-sheet output stacking tray which delivers flat, collated prints, and a media roll of 100 meters, allowing users to print without interruption. Furthermore, it prints at 19 seconds per A1 page and features secure printing offered by the HP JetAdvantage Security Manager. Read more here: https://gom.com.au/hp-designjet-t1600-36-inch-postscript-printer-3ek11a/.

According to HP, users of the new DesignJet T1600 can also enjoy faster and quieter performance compared to other large-format inkjet printers in this price range. The T1600 also allows direct printing from USB flash drive with this postscript version, printing from shared network folders, and email printing, among others. It is also compatible with a wide range of devices and comes with HP drivers for Windows, HP Print Service for Android, Apple AirPrint driver for macOS and iOS, HP Print for Chrome OS, HP Click, and the HP Smart App for both iOS and Android.

HP also designed the new large format printer to provide ready to use multi-stacking up to 100 A1. Notably, it comes with HP Secure Boot and Whitelisting to help keep the user’s network protected while the HP JetAdvantage Security Manager enables secure printing.

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Since 1996, Global Office Machines takes pride in being one of the largest service providers for printers and office equipment in Australia. As a result of this, HP have named them DesignJet Partner of the Year in 2016, 2017 and 2018 finalist. They sell and distribute a variety of equipment from major brands, including laser printers, plotters, large format printers, multifunction printers, photocopiers, and more. They also supply miscellaneous items, such as toner, ink, wide format ink, and wide format paper. “Besides supplying the machine itself, we also offer our customers full technical support, machine maintenance, and repair. All our technicians undergo extensive and ongoing training to ensure that they are equipped with the most up-to-date knowledge on all makes and models in order to provide our clients the best possible service,” says Andy, Service Director from Global Office Machines. He also points out that, as a 100% Australian owned and operated company, they always strive to be an industry leader and front runner in the provision of excellent and reputable services as well as sound solutions to their clients.

One of their many satisfied customers said, “I called Global Office Machines after a few printer repair companies in Sydney failed to identify the issue with our HP plotter. We were impressed with the knowledge of the technician who serviced our printer. Global Office Machines is worth calling for your next printer repair job.”

Another client said on Facebook, “My machine broke down in the middle of printing a few important documents and Global Office Machines had sent their technician to me in no time. Their service was incredible and they saved me from a disaster and a massive headache. If I ever have a problem again, I already know who I’m calling.”

Global Office Machines is Australia’s preferred supplier for businesses, education, state/federal offices, SMEs, and large enterprises, based on a number of positive reviews and recommendations the company has received online. Many of their customers also attest to the company’s unprecedented dedication to quality service and ensuring customer satisfaction.

More information can be found on the company’s website at https://gom.com.au/ Alternatively, customers may send an email or call their service hotline to inquire about their products and services.

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For more information about Global Office Machines, contact the company here:

Global Office Machines
Andy - Service Director
1300 882 852
service@gom.com.au
Suite 4, 181 Macquarie Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

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