Three Radically Different HP Printers

Monday Sep 20th 2010 by Staff

One has a removable tablet, one looks like a VCR, and the last is the world's smallest color laser printer.

Technologizer: HP is rolling out three new printer designs--each of which is different in a different way. The first, the Photosmart eStation, has a 7-inch touchscreen display that users can remove from the device and use like a tablet. The Android-based tablet is mostly useful for printing tasks, but it does also include a browser, multimedia features, and an e-reader.

The second new printer--the Envy 100--is an all-in-one that looks like an old VCR with a color touchscreen. According to the Technologizer, "the idea behind the Envy’s consumer-electronics-like aesthetics and low-profile case is to create a printer that looks good and works good almost everywhere in the home, since many people are no longer setting up a specific area as a home office."

Finally, HP is also launching the LaserJet Pro CP1025NW, which looks like a regular printer, but at 15.7″ by 15.7″ by 8.8″ is the world's smallest color laser printer.

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