With A1 print speeds of up to 35 seconds, 2400 x 1200 dpi maximum resolution and precise and accurate detail in fine lines, the HP Designjet T620 is a 6 ink wide format printer capable of outstanding results on a wide range of different media for a diverse range of applications. We supply the full inkset including photo black and grey in both 69ml and 130ml cartridges, depending on your print requirements and levels of productivity.
The Vivera ink difference
Genuine HP Vivera inks are specifically formulated for the needs of professional businesses and are rigorously tested for durability, water resistance and quality. Lasting 200 years, these exceptionally long-lasting prints use pigment inks to produce a stunning colour gamut. This translates into rich and deep blacks, truly neutral greys and realistically lifelike colours. Innovative Electrosteric Encapsulation Technology creates a professional gloss finish across a wide range of media while protecting your print head with its free-flowing, clog-free formula.
Why genuine HP inks matter
Does your business rely on high-quality output with the ability to deliver outstanding products on time? Then take the trial and error out of the equation and invest in genuine HP inks. Designed to integrate perfectly into the intelligent print system of your HP Designjet T620, Vivera inks produce 50% more prints than aftermarket alternatives and avoid the hidden costs of unsaleable prints and costly reworking hidden behind the low upfront price of third-party inks. Designed for hassle-free printing from the first print to the last, genuine HP inks are cost-effective, providing lower total lifetime ownership costs than poor quality alternatives.
You can print responsibly with HP when you return your original end of life cartridges for recycling through the Planet Partners programme. Plastic recycled through the closed loop system will then be used to manufacture 75% of HP 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.