Created to satisfy demanding workloads, the HP DesignJet T1500 allows you to load two rolls for hassle-free media switching. We stock the full 6 colour inkset for this capable thermal inkjet printer, for rich blacks, truly neutral greys and vivid, lifelike colours. Available in 130ml or 300ml cartridges, you'll have complete control over your ink costs, depending on the demands of your business. And you can print even the most complex files with speed and precision - a A1/D print takes just 21 seconds at resolutions up to 2400 x 1200 dpi.
Why buy original HP inks?
With HP inks, you have the confidence of knowing that every print will have the same colour accuracy and durability, time after time. With original HP inks delivering 50% more pages than non-original supplies, and with exclusive HP dispersion technology for trouble-free printing that protects your investment in your HP DesignJet T1500, you'll save time and money while boosting your productivity and decreasing printer downtime.
Don't pay the hidden costs of non-genuine inks
If you believe that all ink is basically the same and that you'll get great quality at a low price, then go ahead and use non-genuine printer ink cartridges with your HP DesignJet T1500. However, if your business depends on the quality of your product and providing a reliable service, then you'll want to invest in genuine HP inks to avoid printing problems and the production of unsaleable prints. Precision formulated and rigorously tested original inks won't let you down, however complex your print runs.
Printing responsibly with HP
HP is committed to no waste to landfill, which is why they run global recycling initiatives like the Planet Partners programme which allow you to recycle original end of life supplies quickly and easily. HP then uses closed-loop recycled plastic to manufacture 75% of their printer ink cartridges.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.