HP Print Apps and ePrint First Look

HP announced a full suite of web-empowered e- All-in-One printers for home and business that start at S$199. These are the first web-empowered and cloud print-enabled printers in Asia Pacific that will allow instant, direct access to the Internet without requiring a local proxy PC or web appliance. This means people will be able to enjoy access to customized pages on DreamWorks and Google Calendar directly from their printers – all at the touch of a finger via HP’s intuitive TouchSmart screen.

Tech65 takes a first look at how this Print Apps TouchSmart screen looks like, and how their ePrint technology work.

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