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.

SHARE:

 |  Image 4 of 7

  • Thumbnail 1
  • Thumbnail 2
  • Thumbnail 3
  • Thumbnail 4
  • Thumbnail 5
  • Thumbnail 6
  • Thumbnail 7
  • 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

  • A third achiever, pop artist Gwen Stefani, has partnered with HP for her Sweet Escape tour. For US$29.99 (currently only available in the US), fans can create a tour scrapbook by blending stock images and designs from Stefani and adding their own photos from the tour.

    Credit: Luke Anderson/ZDNet Australia

Topics: Hewlett-Packard, Storage, Tech Industry

Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.

Related Stories

Talkback

0 comments
Log in or register to start the discussion