Perfect Colours adds HP Latex printers to Try and Buy scheme

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Perfect Colours will add the HP Latex 360 and 310 series to its Try and Buy scheme with immediate effect, offering printers the opportunity to trial the popular, versatile wide-format machines for two weeks with free delivery and installation. There is no obligation to buy after the demonstration period and Perfect Colours will take the machine away for no charge if required.

"This initiative is great for companies that want to get their hands on a richly-featured printer with no upfront costs," explains Jon Telling, sales director at Perfect Colours. "All service will be carried out free of charge, meaning that there is nothing to lose for users taking part in this scheme; they can see if the machine is right for them with out any risk. We want to show printers using old or discontinued models how they can grow efficiently and cost-effectively into new markets, such as soft signage or interior décor."

At 1.5m and 1.4m, respectively, the HP Latex 360 and 310 are entry-level machines perfect for printing onto standard sign and display materials but also some porous media, including textiles and apparel, with the 360 even producing jobs at full bleed. They create scratch-resistant output that can be left unlaminated and displayed outdoors for up to three years thanks to the use of third-generation Latex inks.

Owners of the discontinued HP Designjet L25500 and HP Latex 260 printers are especially encouraged to take advantage of this chance to upgrade and unlock new vertical markets within their business. Some users may need a RIP update, which Perfect Colours is also able to provide.