HP has revealed several new additions to its printer and imaging services lines, including four new inkjet printers, a range of professional graphics and photo printers, and a new retail photo printing deal with Tesco.
The four new printers will cost between $49 and $299 (£34 and £212) and will range from conventional devices, to integrated all-in-one units which include scanning and fax capabilities. HP will target the new printers at home and small office users.
The company is also planning to launch a new online custom print store and an updated version of its Photo Center printing service for retailers. Among the retailers set to offer the service is UK chain Tesco.
HP and Tesco said that the photo service will allow shoppers to print photos and place the images in a selection of "creative projects" which include greetings cards and books.
"Not only can customers quickly and easily create customised photo projects, but small and micro businesses can create dynamic, professional-quality, low-cost collateral at retail," said Rohit de Souza, HP vice president and general manager of business retail publishing solutions.
HP also announced its intention to expand the professional graphics end of its printing operation. The company unveiled several new printer models aimed at book publishers and printmakers.
The new line up will include the Indigo WS6000 Digital Press, which boasts a speed of 120 letter-sized pages per minute and the ability to print at up to 317mm x 980mm.
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