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HP Unveils Industry’s First All-in-One with Built-in Wireless Capabilities

  • 03 November, 2003 09:16

<p>HP Unveils Industry’s First All-in-One with Built-in Wireless Capabilities</p>
<p>SYDNEY, 3 November 2003 – Hewlett-Packard (HP) has introduced a new range of all-in-one devices, featuring its first wireless enabled all-in-one. This marks yet another phase in a series of product rollouts that reaffirms HP’s ‘enjoy more’ consumer strategy.</p>
<p>Leading the new line-up is the HP PSC 2510 Photosmart all-in-one, which is the industry’s first multi-function device with built-in wireless capabilities for a networked home.</p>
<p>“The new all-in-one range builds on HP’s printing and imaging heritage and expertise, and this reinforces HP’s leadership in the market,” said Guyon Collins, Market Development Manager, Personal Printing, Imaging &amp; Printing Group, HP Australia.</p>
<p>“HP continues to enhance ease of use for consumers by providing innovative technology that now combines wireless capabilities with photo quality printing,” says Collins.</p>
<p>HP PSC2510 Photosmart all-in-one
The new HP PSC 2510 includes printing, faxing, scanning and copying capabilities, and features built-in 802.11b wireless and wired Ethernet embedded home networking capabilities. Users can connect the all-in-one with up to five computers, offering users extensive flexibility in connectivity options.</p>
<p>With the HP PSC 2510 Photosmart all-in-one, users can utilise the wireless capabilities to print, scan and access photos from the built-in digital camera memory card slots. It also enables users to email photos without a computer from home networks and to print a montage of frames from digital video clips using Video Action Print through the control panel.</p>
<p>In addition, the HP PSC 2510 Photosmart all-in-one acts as a ‘mini-photo lab,’ featuring HP’s exclusive Photo Proof Sheet technology and a 2.5 inch colour image LCD screen, users can produce fade resistance, true-to-life photo quality prints with up to 6-ink colour printing or up to 4800 optimised dpi.</p>
<p>HP PSC 1350 all-in-one
Joining the recently launched PSC 2310 and PSC 2410 is the new HP PSC 1350 all-in-one. The PSC 1350 all-in-one offers print, scan and copy functions, with true-to-life photo printing. The built-in multi-slot memory card reader allows the printing out of photos without a PC.</p>
<p>Pricing and Availability
The new line up of HP all-in-one devices will be available from November 1 through HP’s national base of retailers, HP’s call centre and website www.hp.com.au HP PSC 2510 Photosmart all-in-one, RRP $699 (including GST)HP PSC 1350 all-in-one, RRP $299 (including GST).</p>
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<p>About HP
HP is a technology solutions provider to consumers, businesses andinstitutions globally. The company's offerings span IT infrastructure,personal computing and access devices, global services and imaging and printing for consumers, enterprises and small and medium businesses. For the last four quarters, HP revenue totalled US$71.3 billion. More information about HP is available at www.hp.com.au</p>
<p>Editorial Contact:
Cara Wallace
Burson Marsteller
02 9928 1589
cara_wallace@au.bm.com</p>
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North Ryde NSW 2113
www.hp.com.au</p>

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