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Highlights from HP's annual global Imaging and Printing Conference in Shanghai, China
The presentations were a professional production, recorded in broadcast quality and also UN-style translators were on hand to facilitate communications with the Japanese press contingent.
The keynote from HP image and printing group VP, Vyomesh
Joshi, touted the firm's innovation credentials, having registered more than 14,000 patents
When you can't print, use a screen.
Journalists were captivated by the new range of printers
announced by HP
A Chinese pop star entertained conference attendees, and
in the background her chart-topping music video told the story of how HP eprint technology can be used to facilitate modern day romance
Shanghai original pearl tower
A tasty treat
It was easy to navigate around the huge Kerry Hotel in Shanghai
Get the message ..
One of HP's latest printers
A cross-platform presentation to demonstrate how HP's smartphone applications allow you to print documents and photos from anywhere, and on any printer
HP Imaging and printing group
VP South Pacific Richard Bailey (left), and Asia-Pacific and Japan senior vice-president (John Solomon) (right)
Cutting costs significantly is the message with this new range
Even for HP, there are times you just can't beat good-old fashion pen and paper
HP ePrint in action
Head of Ronald McDonald House Charities based in Randwick, Margaret Noonan, took the stage to explain how eprint technologies had brightened the lives of disadvantaged children
Will she be printing the photos from an HP printer?
HP announced a new 3D scanner for consumers, which was
demonstrated by Mr Joshi and captured by the Asia tech media paparazzi
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