Photos: HP wants your media

Photos: HP wants your media

Summary: Unveiled at its Print 2.0 event in New York earlier this month, Hewlett-Packard's imaging and printing group showcased a range of new hardware and software products and services designed to manage media for business and consumers.

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  • Large-scale commercial printers such as HP's Indigo presses and wide-format Scitex printers made an appearance and printed all of the signage for the event.

    The Indigo Press 5500 (above) can print 68 ppm (pages per minute) in full colour or 272 ppm in monochrome.

    Credit: Luke Anderson/ZDNet Australia

  • Also announced was the new Halo Meeting Room, a cheaper counterpart to its Halo Studio video conferencing suite.

    The more price-sensitive option is US$249,000. It includes the same quality-of-service that the Halo Studio offers (running on its fibre-based Halo Video Exchange Network), however, the matching back wall, lighting kits and a document camera are sold as optional extras. It's being promoted to smaller organisations and those that may not want to invest heavily in a permanent installation.

    HP claims to have sold 20 Halo studios in 22 countries to date.

    Credit: Luke Anderson/ZDNet Australia

  • Burton Snowboards founder Jake Burton was one of three "Web achievers" HP showcased at the event. Burton gives tips to small- to medium-sized businesses on corporate branding, identity and business via a micro-site hp.com/go/burton.

    SMBs also have free access to templates and advice from graphic arts designer Paula Scher. Scher is responsible for creating the Citibank and Tiffany logos, among others.

    Credit: Luke Anderson/ZDNet Australia

Topics: Hewlett-Packard, Storage, Tech Industry

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