New HP Photosmart EStation Has An Integrated Android Tablet And The New HP Envy 100 Looks Like A VCR

Posted: Sep 20 2010, 7:03am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 20 2010, 7:06am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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HP unveiled new Printers: Photosmart eStation and Envy 100.

HP is not yet coming through on their promise to integrate Palm webOS into Printers. The new HP Photosmart eStation C510 is a $399 photo printer with a 7-inch Tablet running Android. The Photosmart eStation is though pretty wild. The dockable Tablet gives you access to HP's web-connected printing apps and apparently also lets you use it as digital photo frame, web browsing, use social networking service like Facebook and more. So basically the HP Photosmart eStation is a bundle of a Printer and an Android Tablet.

The HP Photosmart eStation has been apparently already in the works before HP bought Palm, that is why it is based on Android.

The other interesting new printer from HP is dubbed Envy 100. The HP Envy 100 (photo) looks like a home theater component. On the front it features a color touch screen display. The HP Envy 100 is actually an all-in-one printer supporting printing and scanning. Technologizer has been briefed by HP on the new printers and they also published a video of the HP Envy 100 that you can watch below.

HP also unveiled the world's smallest color laser printer. The HP LaserJet Pro CP1025NW will sell for $229 and is measuring only 5.7″ by 15.7″ by 8.8″.

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