New HP Printers coming in November
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New HP Printers coming in November

HP set up shop in a downtown Montreal art gallery this week to show off its latest printers…the implication being that the new printers are works of art. Starting off with the stylish Envy 110 e All-in-One.

This fast multifunction printer is quiet and elegant with a wide touchscreen control panel. M.S.R.P is $299. Less compact but no less stylish HP is delivering three home model multifunction printers that do it all.

 All these printers will be in stores November 1st and feature HP ePrint and WiFi HP as well as an improved  ePrint function…no longer will you have to remember a long 12 character email address for the can now customize it to something like [email protected] if it is available. And there’s more.

One model..the TopShot LaserJet Pro m275 blew me away. This cool looking printer is loaded with exciting features starting with the ability to scan 3D objects.

The TopShot will also scan directly to Google Docs, there is a business card app that will scan all your business cards into a searchable database. It also features ePrint and Air Print but adds a feature that makes printing from tablets as seamless as printing from your computer..The printer shows up on your WiFi Network and you can print anything from your tablet with no additional apps or cool is that?

TopShot will be available in stores November 1st, HP has not released pricing but I expect it will be around $399.



Bob Benedetti

<p>Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal</p>

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