Following the sleek style of the brand's other DesignJet printers, the plotters were created to streamline and suit the environment of any home or office interior.
HP designed the devices to adapt to different environments by offering attractive designs and integrated technology with the aim of improving work-life balance, productivity and creativity.
The matte black T850 stands on table legs and offers an optional sling-style sheet organiser that can be attached to the base of the device.
Following a similar structure, the T950 printer features a fixed-sheet organiser and comes in a white and grey colourway.
The XL 3800 has a box-like shape that includes two drawers, a stacker and a 15-inch monitor to ease the process of managing projects.
HP says it focuses on improving the sustainability of its products, manufacturing the XL 3800 from 33 per cent recycled materials and the T850 and T950 from 35 per cent.
The brand has also introduced other sustainably-focused features to printers, including using cardboard-based cartridges and the ability to schedule the device to power on and off.
Each device is compatible with HP's Click software, enabling collaborative and remote work, and offering real-time previews to easily visualise the end results.
The T850 and T950 devices are also compatible with HP's app, which lets users automate their tasks and print remotely from their phones and tablets.
For more information about HP's DesignJet series, visit the brand's website.
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