Recently I produced a short run of DVD's that needed to be on a par with retail releases.
I wanted to included an 8 page booklet with the DVD and that mean't I needed to be able to print in photo quality on both sides of the paper.
I struggled to find paper that offered me that, but eventually came across the HP Brochure and Flyer paper. It was perfect for what I needed.
The paper is glossy, but actually has the look of a brochure print, with a hint of stain finish about it. Think somewhere between semi-gloss and gloss. This really does look great for flyer or booklet use etc. It's also not too thick, so you can fold it and staple the spine without any trouble.
The saturation, colour and print quality is excellent.
I would highly recommend this paper if you are producing something like CD, DVD or product and you need short run 'retail' style packaging and inserts etc.
Professional-gloss Inkjet paper for 297 x 420-mm four-panel brochures and flyers - now with improved image quality for brighter colors and glossier, deeper blacks. Save on small full-color print runs by printing your own marketing and business materials. Sturdy 160 g/m2 paper scores easily and prevents printing from showing through. It's ideal for four-panel brochures, newsletters, posters, flow charts and other business materials.
|Product Description:||HP Superior Inkjet Paper 180 - glossy paper - 50 sheet(s)|
|Media Type:||Glossy paper|
|Media Size:||A3 (297 x 420 mm)|
|Media Weight:||180 g/m2|
|Included Qty:||50 sheet(s)|
|Designed For:||Business Inkjet 2800, 2800DT, 2800dtn; DesignJet 100, 100plus, 10ps, 120, 120nr, 130, 130gp, 130nr, 20ps, 30, 30gp, 30n, 50ps; Officejet 7000, K7100; Officejet Pro K8600, K8600dn; Photosmart 6510 B211a, 6515 B211a, Pro B8850, Wireless B110a, Wireless B110b|