For large projects where you need impressive results, the HP DesignJet T795 produces an outstanding colour gamut thanks to its six colour pigment inkset. We supply the complete range of HP Vivera inks including photo black and grey for stunning art prints and photo reproductions. These high quality inks are available in 69ml and 130ml cartridges tailored to your print usage, giving you complete control of your ink spend and productivity. Capable of producing a D/A1 print in just 28 seconds in Economode at up to 2400 x 1200 dpi, the HP DesignJet T795 produces outstanding prints when you use genuine HP inks.
The Vivera difference
Precisely formulated for your wide format printing needs, genuine HP Vivera inks are capable of producing prints that last over 200 years, are weatherproof - making them ideal for blueprints and maps - and can be used on a wide range of print media to free your creativity. The wide colour gamut produces lifelike and vibrant colour and rich deep blacks, while the grey cartridges delivers true grey neutrality.
Protect your investment
Thanks to exclusive HP dispersion technology, these free-flowing inks transfer seamlessly to the page without clogging or damaging the print head. You'll produce exceptional and saleable prints time after time, with a quality that non-genuine inks simply can't match.
Why genuine HP inks are worth it
Genuine HP inks deliver what non-genuine cartridges can't match: consistency, reliability and quality. HP inks deliver 50% more prints than non-genuine supplies, for end to end consistency. When your business relies on delivering high-quality prints on time, then you need the reliability of HP inks that deliver beautiful output, time after time. Don't waste time and money on costly reprints, invest in genuine HP inks that work seamlessly in the HP DesignJet T795 print system for exceptional and professional results.
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*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.