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By 15 June 2010 | Categories: news

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HP today unveiled a new category of web-enabled printing solutions which will allow users to experience greater printing flexibility over the cloud.

 
The new technology will allow users to not only print from any email device to any new ePrint-enabled printer from anywhere in the world through the new HP ePrint technology, but also to store documents or files in the cloud and print when needed.
 
In addition to this it will also allow users to customise print applications which will be accessible via their home or business printers.
 
To showcase these solutions HP has announced a full suite of e-All-in-One printers for home and which will be available from R999 and will have direct access to the web.
 
Each HP ePrint printer will have a unique email address which will allow the sender to deliver a print the same way they would send an email message. Customers also can send documents to print through an HP ePrint mobile app on their smartphone device to a home, office or public print location such as a hotel or FedEx Office store.
 
“We are once again revolutionising printing to make web-empowered, cloud-enabled printing the new industry standard,” says Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group, HP.
 
“We know that our customers want an easy way to print their content, anywhere, anytime. We’re making that a reality today by giving people the power to print from any web-connected device – smartphones, iPads, netbooks and more – to any printer in our portfolio above R999. The world has changed.” 
 
HP’s new line of printers will include the following:
 
The HP Photosmart Premium e-All-in-One – R1899
The HP Photosmart Plus e-All-in-One – R1399
HP Photosmart Wireless e-All-in-One – R999
HP Photosmart Premium Fax e-All-in-One – R2799

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