For gallery quality photographic prints and stunning art prints, the HP Photosmart Pro B9180 Inkjet Printer offers quality, speed and performance. Capable of printing on stiff matte paper and canvas, as well as photo and fine art papers, the HP Photosmart Pro B9180 is a powerful print solution for professional photographic printing. We can supply genuine HP software designed to significantly improve the performance of your HP Photosmart Pro B9180 printer.
The HP difference
Every component of the HP print system is engineered to the same exacting standards for quality, reliability and consistency. By choosing genuine HP products you're investing in rigorous testing and quality control that ensures your components or consumables perform as expected. Generic non-original products can't match the OEM accessories and you'll pay the price in lost productivity, time and money.
Proof quality prints
Using EFI Designer Edition RIP Software you'll quickly and confidently generate proof quality prints. With smooth tonal transitions, sharp details and colour accuracy, these high-quality proofs are ideal for a small to medium-sized business thanks to the ease of use and minimal setup time required.
By producing advanced proofs from the start, designers can catch and fix errors early, saving time and money. Accurate proofs allow you to easily preview the final output.
Spot Colour Editor supports an almost unlimited number of spot colours and Pantone libraries, while Ugra/Fogra Media Strip 2.0 allows users to accurately match colour. EFI Designer Edition RIP Software also seamlessly integrates with other photo, layout and illustration software packages.
Complete back up
This genuine HP large format accessory is backed by HP compatibility assurance and support services for peace of mind.
Whether you want to recycle packaging or genuine HP compatibles, the HP Planet Partners programme makes responsible recycling easy.
*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.