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HP Universal Instant-Dry Satin Photo Paper, 24" x 100', White, Roll (Q6579A)

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HP Universal Instant-Dry Satin

24"X100' HP Universal Instant-dry Satin Photo Paper

  • Deliver excellent image quality
  • ColorPro Technology
  • Unrivaled Image Quality
Produce attention-grabbing prints and enjoy the versatility and productivity of economical, FSC® -certified[3] HP Universal Instant-dry Satin Photo Paper. Compared to the previous version, this paper achieves deeper blacks and more vivid colors, and features an improved satin texture. Instant-dry prints enable worry-free handling - you can laminate right away. Count on durable, long-lasting prints. And enjoy the versatility of great results on both Original HP dye- and pigment-based inks. Produce excellent results with this economical photo paper. Improved HP Universal Instant-dry Satin Photo Paper delivers excellent image quality for attention-getting photos and display graphics - from posters and presentations to retail graphics.Save time, streamline your workflow, and increase your productivity. Prints dry instantly for immediate handling and lamination. Jumbo rolls enable unattended printing. Enjoy the easy, trouble-free printing you expect from HP.Count on long-lasting prints with this FSC®-certified paper.[3] Get great results for indoor display graphics, whether you're printing with HP dye- or pigment-based inks. Get exceptional print permanence, in-window[2] or away from direct sun.[1]