The award winner HP Scanjet 5500c scanner (MSRP: $299) has seven, one-touch buttons for convenient access to features such as a share-to-Web option, HP Memories Disc Creator software for creating photo CDs to be viewed on a PC or DVD player, copy center functions and e-mailing. Consumers can get professional-quality scans with up to 2,400 dots-per-inch (dpi) and 48-bit color for printing, e-mailing and posting on the Web.
To convert from traditional film to digital format and for easy archiving, a lighted adapter allows users to scan 35 mm negatives and slides. The scanner allows users to scan a stack of up to 24 photos, the same number of photos in a typical roll of film, by simply placing them in the automatic photo feeder and pressing a single button.
Other HP Highlights
HP launched a new global brand advertising campaign, the first campaign for the company since its merger with Compaq.
The campaign features a series of vignettes that showcase the remarkable ways people and businesses use technology today and the role of HP services, technology and people in making it possible. See Ads
Carly Fiorina, HP's chairman and chief executive officer, presented a keynote speech on Monday, Nov. 18 at 9:00 a.m. in Hall C5, Las Vegas Convention Center. Watch Complete Reply Webcast(Windows Media Player Required)