The HP OfficeJet Pro 8500A Plus is an improved version of the OfficeJet Pro 8500 Wireless and offers a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, allowing you to easily check out the latest apps from HP’s ePrintCenter app store that partners with services such as Google Docs, Google Maps, Yahoo, PBS, and Kraft.com. You’re given plenty of connectivity options via a USB 2.0 connection, Ethernet port, PictBridge USB support, and Wi-Fi b/g/n. The printer also includes a 250-sheet input tray with a 50-sheet ADF (auto document feeder), wider scanner bay for legal-sized sheets of paper, and 4800ppi scan resolution. The OfficeJet Pro 8500A will be arriving on September 13th and will set you back from $299 to $499, depending on the add-ons that you choose.
Aside from that, the HP Photosmart eStation offers a novel way to get your printing done. Sure, it does the usual print, fax, scanning, and copying jobs, but you can do it via a detachable 7-inch touchscreen tablet that can be used as a digital companion to HP’s ePrintCenter. With the 7-inch tablet, printing from the web will be less of a hassle using the touchpad and ePrint function. Even when the tablet is detached users will be able to continue to send print jobs to the printer. The printer is also capable of churning out 9600 x 2400 dpi prints thanks to its five-ink cartridge bay. The HP Photosmart eStation will set you back $399 when it’s released on September 13th, though the extra tablet might burn a hole in your pocket.
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