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    1. The HP DesignJet Studio Printer series, the HP DesignJet T650 Printer series and the HP DesignJet T200 Printer series are the only solutions providing seamless printing of both large- and small-format sheets automatically in a multi-size print basket compared to HP alternatives with comparable size and features as of January, 2020.
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    3. More sustainable design compared to the previous printer models (HP DesignJet T100 Printer series) replaced with the HP DesignJet T200 Printer series. Based on calculations in accordance with ISO 14040/14044 Life Cycle Assessments using ReCiPe (H) v. 1.1 (2016) on GaBi 8.5 (2018) software and scaled to reflect expected yearly sales.


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