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Photosmart Studio, Photosmart ExpressHewlett-Packard is set to enter the photo-printing market alongside Fuji Photo Film and Eastman Kodak. The company is set to debut HP Photosmart Express stations and HP Photosmart Studio kiosks in Albertson's supermarkets and Longs Drug Stores nationwide.
With the Photosmart Studio, left, people can create albums, calendars, CDs, greeting cards and posters with their digital photos in less than an hour. The Photosmart Express, right, meanwhile, is connected to HP's Snapfish online digital-photo service so customers can upload photos at home, place an order online, then print them at a store.
Photosmart Studio kiosk
Customers can use HP's Photosmart Studio to lay out photos using HP Labs' proprietary image-management software.