Hewlett-Packard launched industry’s first ePrint-enabled and web-connected printers for businesses today in Singapore. The industry’s first ePrint-enabled and web-connected printers line-up includes ePrint enabled printers that spans across Officejet, LaserJet and Designjet categories.
According to John Solomon who is the Senior Vice President of Imaging and Printing Group Asia Pacific and Japan:
If you can email it, you can now print it. This opens up a new world of possibilities for businesses. And what’s more we are breaking the barriers for business acceleration with innovations that are truly industry first.
According to HP:
Leveraging the cloud, HP’s ePrint enables businesses to manage content and print quickly and securely by emailing their desired files – such as e-mails, work documents and images – directly to any ePrint-enabled HP printer with an Internet connection; eliminating the need to install drivers. With just an email address assigned to the printer, ePrint will work from any mobile device, including smartphones, laptops, and even the iPad.
These printers are enabled with two-way print through the cloud for businesses using HP Print Apps, creating an unparalleled web experience for business customers to access, manage, and share content from templates and stored documents. All this without a PC using HP print applications. The applications available in Asia include Google Docs ,Box.net, Biztree. The company also announced its first local application – Yahoo!7 and Yahoo!Xtra for Australia and New Zealand respectively.
John Solomon also added that:
We are focused on delivering more locally relevant applications for APJ. With the addition of HP ePrint technology and HP print apps to our HP Officejet, LaserJet and Designjet printers, we have innovations that will arm businesses to leverage the power of imaging and printing to accelerate their business for growth. All the new innovations and products launched today translate to businesses being able to better manage their flow of content.
We are very thankful to HP Singapore for providing us the pictures of this event. If you want to see more details then click here to view the press release .