In addition to the multiple computers announced today, Hewlett-Packard also introduced two new multifunction printers in its Envy series: the Envy 4500 e-All-in-One (shown above) and the Envy 5530 e-All-in-One.
HP isn’t unveiling anything groundbreaking in these two new models, but both are equipped with wireless connectivity, allowing you to control them via a smartphone, tablet, or PC sans wires; scan and send to a mobile device; print to the machines from anywhere as long as they’re connected to the Internet; and get news and coupons sent to the printers via the HP Printables feature.
The printers have a compact design ideal for home use. Both machines offer duplex printing, great for drafts and saving money and resources. Print speed is rated at 9 pages per minute (ppm) in black and 5 ppm in color. Users have the option of using high-capacity ink cartridges, but when your ink runs out you can use HP’s Instant Ink subscription service for easy replenishment.
HP’s mum on pricing and availability so far, but you can expect these to show up sometime this summer.
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