Impress with unrivaled image quality
Make an even bigger impression. Improved HP Premium Instant-dry Gloss Photo Paper delivers unrivaled image quality for brilliant photos and high-impact display graphics—from posters and presentations to retail graphics.
Save time and money with instant-dry prints
Help save time, streamline your workflow, and increase your productivity. Prints dry instantly for immediate handling and lamination. And HP Premium Instant-dry Gloss Photo Paper delivers the easy, trouble-free printing you expect from HP.
Gain versatility, print with the environment in mind
Count on long-lasting prints with this FSC®-certified paper1. Get great results for indoor
display graphics, whether you’re printing with HP pigment- or dye-based inks. And get exceptional print permanence, in-window2 or away from direct sun3.
|Trade show and event
|Better image quality with Original HP dye-based inks (more vivid colors, deeper blacks, finer detail)
|Posters and presentations
|Better image quality with Original HP pigment-based inks (deeper blacks)
|Print service providers
|POP and retail displays
|Noticeably whiter sheet
|Durable, long-lasting prints
|Recyclable through Region-specific practices4
|Original HP pigment- and dye-based inks
|260 g/m² per ISO 536 Test Method
|261 microns/10.3 mil per ISO 534 Test Method
|97% per TAPPI T-425 Test Method
|92 per TAPPI T-452 Test Method
|105 per CIE Ganz 82 Test Method
|15 to 30° C / 59 to 86° F
|30 to 80% RH
|Display permanence (Indoor home or office)
|Up to 200 years with Original HP 772, HP 91, or HP 70 Photo Inks, or HP 771 Vivid Photo Inks; up to 100 years with original HP 83 UV inks3
|Display permanence (Commercial in-window, unlaminated)
|Up to 1 year with Original HP 771 Vivid Photo Inks or HP 91 or HP 70 Photo Inks2
|Display permanence (Commercial in-window, laminated)
|Up to 3 years with Original HP 91 or HP 70 Photo Inks; up to 2 years with Original HP 771 Vivid Photo Inks2
|Water-resistant with Original HP 772, HP 91, or HP 70 Photo Inks, or HP 771 Vivid Photo Inks, or HP 83 UV inks5
|Less than 2 minutes (at 23° C, 50% RH)
|Yes, hot or cold
|2 years, unopened in original packaging
|18 to 30° C / 64 to 86° F
|35 to 65% RH
|FSC®-certified paper1, Recyclable through Region-specific practices<sup<4
|Country of origin
|Product of Germany
HP large format printing materials are free from defects in materials and workmanship. For warranty statement please see HPLFMedia.com/MediaWarranties. To obtain warranty service, please contact Brand Management Group customer support at HPLFMedia.com/hp/en/contactus.
1 HP has a policy for offering Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®)-certified papers that are sourced from FSC®-certified forests and other controlled sources. BMG trademark license code FSC®-C115319, see fsc.org. HP trademark license code FSC®-C017543, see fsc.org. Not all FSC®-certified products are available in all regions. . For information about HP large format printing materials portfolio and to order, see HPLFMedia.com.
2 With Original HP 771 Vivid Photo Inks or HP 91 or HP 70 Photo Inks. Interior in-window display ratings by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of HP media. HP predictions based on test
data under Xenon-Arc illuminant—calculation assumes 6,000 Lux/12 hr day. For more information see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
3 With Original HP 772, HP 91, or HP 70 Photo Inks, or HP 771 Vivid Photo Inks; or Original HP 83 UV inks. Display permanence rating for interior displays away from direct sunlight, under glass
by HP Image Permanence Lab and/or by Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc. on a range of HP media. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
4 Papers can be recycled according to region-specific practices. In North America and Asia (including Japan), recyclable in consumer collection systems that can accept mixed paper (may not be recyclable in your area); in Europe recyclable in consumer collection systems that accept liquid packaging.
5 Performance varies based on printer and print profile. Water resistance testing by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of HP media and follows ISO 18935 method. For more
information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.