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HP announced today that it is inviting architects, engineers and designers to view first hand, the multitude of benefits offered by its three recently introduced HP Designjet solutions, as it showcases the new trio of large format printers at the Design Museum in London on 25th November.

In conjunction with its UK distributor, Design Supply, HP is also offering free entrance to the John Pawson Exhibition, which is currently running at the Design Museum. Additionally, Design Supply is extending a free on-the-day lunch invitation at London's renowned La Pont del la Tour restaurant, for those registering their attendance in advance at www.designsupply.co.uk.

Launched only last month, HP's new Designjet solutions include the HP Designjet T2300 eMultifunction Printer (eMFP) - the industry's first web-ready large format printer with scan, print and copy functionality(1). Designed to match today's collaborative and mobile work styles, the new system makes it easy to share and manage content with project members around the world. The HP Designjet T2300 also runs in conjunction with the new HP ePrint & Share software, which allows design professionals to automatically create, print, share and manage project files online using desktop or mobile devices(2). Alongside the T2300, visitors to the Design Museum event will also have the chance to view the HP Designjet T7100 Printer - a high-speed colour printing system, perfect for A0/A1 printing and with breakthrough total cost of ownership compared to competing technologies(3).

Completing the line-up of HP Designjet hardware on display is the new HP Designjet Z6200 Photo Printer series with HP Vivid Photo Inks. The Z6200 delivers high-quality output and the highest speeds of large-format printers in its price class(4) , enabling copy shops and design firms to produce faster, superior quality prints at a lower price.

"All of HP's latest Designjet solutions are set to transform the design process and lead the way in web-ready, collaborative printing and we are thrilled to be able to give them their much-awaited London premier", said Alistair Wright, Marketing Director at Design Supply.

"Not only that, but attendees at the Design Museum event will benefit from £200 worth of free media if placing an order for an HP printer at the event, while those registering early on-line can look forward to being our lunch guests at one of London's most charming and perfectly situated restaurants", he adds. "Add to that a free entrance to the John Pawson Exhibition, and it makes the event unmissable for those seeking new technological innovations that transform the design processes, while helping to sharpen competitive advantage and increase new business opportunities."

Given that lunch places will be limited, HP is advising those interested in this event to register now to avoid disappointment. For full agenda and registration information on HP's Design Museum event, please visit: http://www.designsupply.co.uk/hp/.

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(1) Internet connection is needed.

(2) Upgradeable functionality will be available in 2011. May require an Internet connection to the printer.  Feature works with any Internet- and email- capable device.  For details, www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter.

(3)  The HP Designjet T7100 Printer offers up to 66 percent lower total cost of ownership over three years against competitive colour devices and up to 50 percent against competitive monochrome solutions, based on HP internal testing.

(4) Based on published manufacturer specifications as of June 2010.