HP has pulled the wraps off several new printers today with one of the most interesting of the three new offerings being the new HP Envy 100 printer. The printer looks like no printer I have ever seen, which is the point really. The thing has paper trays and output trays that extend out mechanically sort of like a CD ROM tray in a PC.
The printer is able to scan, copy, print, and fax. The unit also has web connectivity and has a 3.45-inch touchscreen for connecting to the web and it can install web aps. The printer is one of the new Android-powered offerings from HP. It will sell for $249 and launch on October 4.
HP also showed off the e-Station printer that has a detachable 7-inch tablet on the front that can be used as a remote station for printing things from the web. It will sell for $399 and should be available now. The Officejet pro 8500a is the last of the printers and is an AIO with web printing capability and more that can be used with add-ons making for a price range of $299 to $499.