That’s an HP printer, off to the right of my main computer table here in my home office.
The fact that I am a veteran, gray-haired HP user makes me even more eager to tell you about the collection of new printers and imaging products that HP terms its new Print 2.0 strategy.
Hey will skip the promotional stuff. I think you care far less about that then you will about HP Scitex X2 printhead technology, the company’s first piezoelectric printhead, which the company says increases print speeds and lowers the cost of printing for high-volume commercial markets.
The first HP device to leverage this new technology will be the HP Scitex XL2200 Industrial Wide-Format Printer.
HP is also debuting some ease-of-print service alliances with websites such as
HP is also debuting some ease-of-print service alliances with websites such asFlickr, Windows Live Spaces and Yahoo!
Hey that’s their exclamation point not mine. HP says that Highlights include:
· Flickr plans to integrate HP’s Tabblo technology with its site this fall to help members create highly customized print “products” such as photo books, collages and photo cubes. Flickr members will have the option of repurposing their photos for quick and convenient home printing or ordering their own high-quality book or poster through a service provider that uses the latest HP Indigo digital press technology for offset-quality professional results.
· Snapfish has been selected by Microsoft to provide online printing capabilities for customers of Windows Live Spaces, part of the Windows Live suite of services. Through this alliance, Snapfish and Spaces customers get the best of both worlds – all the community sharing features in Spaces combined with Snapfish’s superb online printing capabilities. Windows Live Spaces users will be able to easily print both their albums and their friends’ albums posted on Spaces with their Snapfish accounts.
· The HP Yahoo!
I think that some of my fellow AllBusiness bloggers will also be writing about HP’s new initiatives.