We supply the six original HP pigment inks that make up the versatile inkset for the HP DesignJet T790. This capable 24-inch printer is the ideal DesignJet printer for small workgroups with plug and play simplicity, an intuitive touchscreen and the ability to produce a D/A1 print in just 34 seconds with fine line quality up to 2400 dpi resolution. We stock both the 69ml and 130ml original HP Vivera ink cartridges for increased productivity and lower costs per print. End of life consumables can be recycled through the HP Planet Partner programme.
HP Vivera professional inks for exceptional quality
If you need outstanding colour prints with a wide colour gamut and exceptional colour reproduction, then you need to invest in original HP Vivera inks. Specifically formulated to produce superb art prints, photo reproductions and even high definition maps, these original HP supplies use HP Electrosteric Encapsulation Technology (EET) to deliver an outstanding gloss finish while protecting and enhancing the lifespan of the HP print head. The exceptional colour accuracy and consistency of HP Vivera inks deliver a brilliant palette of lifelike and eye-catching colours, neutral greys and rich and dramatic blacks to satisfy all your professional printing requirements.
Beautiful and long-lasting prints
Vivera inks are precision designed for durability and water resistance, delivering precise line accuracy and beautiful colour graphics that can last more than 200 years. For quality that lasts, Vivera inks deliver.
Why invest in genuine HP inks?
Not only do genuine HP ink cartridges deliver 50% more prints than refill cartridges, but dispersion EET is designed for hassle-free printing that saves you time and money. Though non-genuine cartridges can seem more cost-effective, reprints and printer downtime can undermine that cost advantage. And with easy to replace cartridges and onboard intelligence to make reordering a snap, you'll minimise user interventions and maximise productivity with genuine HP Vivera 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.