Newly Released HP DesignJet T130 24” 5ZY58A Offers Many Advantages Over Competition

August 07, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Sydney based Global Office Machines (GOM), a top office machine supplier, is pleased to announce the release of the new HP DesignJet T130 24-inch Printer. Designed with ease of use and efficiency in mind, the new printer is guaranteed to help users save time and money. Compared to other machines of similar size with similar features, the T130 has the most compact footprint, allowing users to place it wherever they see fit. The printer is very flexible in terms of location compared to other options on the market, as it can be placed on a desk, stand, or any of a variety of other places. Read all about the new printer at the following link: https://gom.com.au/hp-designjet-t130-24-inch-printer-5zy58a/.

The newly released printer offers HP DesignJet quality in small-format sizes. It can handle a wide variety of media due to its dual paper inputs, from A4/A3 up to A1, using the paper input tray and 24 inch media roll. “The HP DesignJet T130 offers an entry-level printing solution that is affordable and easy to use,” says Global Office Machines. “As a dye-based, 4 colour ink system, this is the ideal printer for architects, engineers, and clients in the building/construction industry who need to convey their ideas with bold images and sharp lines on regular media. The intuitive, full-colour touchscreen simplifies navigation and printing, while features such as the HP Click printing software and the HP Mobile Printing application significantly enhance the workflow. When you’re out and about, you can print a file by sending an email direct to the printer using ePrint.”

As the largest HP DesignJet Partner in Australia and the DesignJet Partner of the Year for 2016 + 2017 (finalist in 2018), Global Office Machines will be one of the first companies to have the new machines on display at their head office demonstration centre. The company will also be one of the first to sell them, and those looking for the latest in high speed printer technology are encouraged to get in touch with Global Office Machines. One of the company’s goals is to reduce the trouble that clients face during printing by providing the highest quality devices and printer repair services. GOM takes pride in their unprecedented dedication to customer service, their highly qualified technicians, and any client that chooses to work with them is guaranteed to receive the best possible service.

Global Office Machines is one of the largest service providers for printers and other office machines in Australia. The company was established in 1996 and is 100% Australian owned and operated. They have established themselves as a leader in the industry and a front runner in the provision of top class customer service - providing the best solutions for offices across the country. The brand is recognised all across Australia and aims to maintain the standards it has come to be known for.

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Many of their customers have left positive reviews praising Global Office Machines’ commitment to providing the best service possible. “My machine went down in the middle of printing a few important documents and the guys at Global had their technician come out to me in no time. Service was incredible and they saved me a massive headache. If I ever have a problem again, I know who I’m calling,” says a review by Derek Karapetian, who contacted Global Office Machines to fix a malfunctioning printer.

Another review from a pharmacy owner states, “A pharmacy can't operate without printers and, three times, we have called for an urgent matter and, three times, GOM fixed our issues that same day. I would never ever buy from anyone else or allow anyone else to touch my printers. When you find perfection, you stick to it.”

Those looking for top of the range office machines, including the latest devices that may not be available elsewhere yet, need not look any further than Global Office Machines. The company specializes in providing the most advanced machines and the most qualified technicians in the country. Find out more about Global Office Machines at: https://gom.com.au/.

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For more information about Global Office Machines, contact the company here:

Global Office Machines
Andy - Service Director
1300 882 852
service@gom.com.au
Suite 4, 181 Macquarie Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

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