HP Introduces the Future of Printing: Web Connected and Cloud Aware

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We live in a very connected society, you know things have gotten serious when even our printers are online! Seriously though, HP has just announced a few new all-in-one printer that are web connected or what HP calls ePrint enabled. These new printers will allow you to print with your printer from anywhere in the world, think about it, you could be in Paris and you’re printer is home in the United States and it can print your pictures and have them waiting for you, or they could be there for your relatives. It’s a neat idea for sure, essentially you send your printer an email with the pictures, now you printer has its own email address.

New HP Photosmart printers at every price

The new line of web-connected HP Photosmart printers allows consumers the freedom to access content and print from anywhere without a PC. This can be achieved through HP ePrint from any mobile device or by touching a variety of customizable apps and printing options on the printer’s intuitive HP TouchSmart screen.

  • The HP Photosmart Premium e-All-in-One – This top-of-the-line printer provides wireless access to the web and can be customized by selecting from the full line of advanced print apps such as Fandango and Coupons.com. It features a 4.3-inch HP TouchSmart screen with enhanced touch technology and can save paper by up to 50 percent using automatic two-sided printing. Expected to be available worldwide in September for $199.
  • The HP Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One – Produce lab-quality photos, everyday documents and creative projects using this printer’s 3.5-inch HP TouchSmart screen. Quickly print web content such as coupons, recipes, quick forms, greeting cards, HP Games, crafts and news without a PC. Expected to be available worldwide in August for $149.
  • HP Photosmart e-All-in-One – Quickly print web content using the 2.4-inch HP TouchSmart screen. Create impressive photo projects affordably using individual inks and photo printing features such as the auto-engaging photo tray and direct access to Snapfish, the No. 1 online photo service. Expected to be available in North America later this month for $99.
  • HP Photosmart Premium Fax e-All-in-One – Easily fax, scan and copy using the automatic document feeder; plus, print photos and web content easily through the touchscreen interface. Incorporates a host of connectivity options including wired and wireless networking. Expected to be available worldwide in September for $299.

New free HP Photo Creations software ships with all the new printers and allows people to create photo books, calendars and other fun projects. All of the printers announced today reduce packaging waste by using an innovative, reusable bag and are ENERGY STAR® qualified.



Details at www.hp.com/go/ePrintCenter

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