Large format printing is a niche, but a relatively large one with users in architecture, engineering, building and graphic arts.
The new HP Designjet T2500 uses a six-ink system to product A1 prints in 21 seconds.
It handles sheet media from A4 to A0, and rolls from 279 to 914mm wide, and a stacking tray to keep prints flat.
In addition to normal print drivers for Windows, OS X and Linux, the T2500 can be used from an iOS or Android phone or tablet. Print jobs can be emailed to the T2500 via HP's Designjet ePrint & Share service, which also supports scanning to the cloud.
"We have seen a great shift in how architecture, engineering and construction firms work, evolving from teams operating out of a central location to a rising number of remote workgroups with increased firm-to-firm collaboration," said HP country manager for large format design products Ben Ho.
"Extending HP's new design features to a multifunction device will help improve productivity and enhance all types of working environments."
The Designjet T2500 goes on sale next month, with prices starting at $19,299.50.