Summary: For what this product costs, it's a great product and just what I was looking for. The lines and color are crisp (using HP bright white paper). The only issue is that you have to unload the roll paper before you can use the alternate paper feed but I have other printers for that so it's no big deal to me. I've bought and used a dozen or so HP printers and always had good results.
Summary: I've owned many HP printers for many years & bought this one last May, worked fine out of the box with my 2013 VectorWorks CAD software great for 7 months. When I moved my office equipment back to my house it now only prints the top half of a 36"x24" sheet of paper for no reason. HP tech support linked into my computer & tried everything he knew to make sure everything worked correctly with the settings, it did, but he could not stop this problem & said its a software...
Summary: The plotter is very good. It replaced my old HP 110 and it works great. The only problem is that it is so easy to print wirelessly that we are using more paper than before. Definitely recommend. It is easy to select roll vs sheet feed vs cartridge feed.
Summary: This plotter replaces another HP plotter. It replaces the Designjet 200 I bought in 1993. It is still functioning but is showing its age. Most manufacturers don't expect their products to last 20 years but my 200 sure did. The T120 is the perfect replacement. Very easy to set up and my XP computers found the wireless signal very quickly. The final plots are magnificent and are produced very quickly.
Summary: I needed something to print architectural drawings and returned copies of my shop drawings and this plotter has been excellent so far. The 24" width is fine for me (even though most architectural drawings and my shop drawings are larger than 24") because it does not matter if everything plots to scale since I am just using it for graphic information to create my shop drawings and then for revisions.