HP has introduced a few new printers that feature the company’s ePrint technology, allowing users to print any document or picture from the web by using a unique email address assigned to it. The HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One is one such printer. A rather rare feature that this printer offers is mechanical retractable input and output trays, something like a giant CD tray on your desktop computer. With the trays hidden away, the printer itself looks very much like a sleek DVR box of sorts, rather than your conventional printer. The printer is capable of churning out black and color prints at 30ppm and 25ppm respectively. The Envy 100 also sports some eco-credentials as zero PVC was used to build the printer, making it easy to recycle and reduce waste. If you’re a fan of touchscreens, you also get a 3.45-inch touchscreen display with HP’s TouchSmart integrated control panel for browsing and installing web apps, though whether you’d want to use a printer for web browsing is another issue entirely. The Envy 100 will set you back $249 when it’s available on October 4th.