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A New Dimension To Printing

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Taking printers a step ahead, HP launches new series of HP TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 (MFP) with a unique ability to capture high- quality images of 3D objects by HP TopShot Scanning feature. Priced at Rs 42,899, the device is available at the HP stores all over India and abroad.

MFP
eliminates the need of transferring the images captured by a digital camera to laptop to get the print out of the same. It directly captures the image of the object placed on the surface with the help of its high-quality optical lens and a high-resolution sensor in a unique elevated 8 MP camera. It is also ePrint enabled that gives customers the flexibility to give prints from any internet enabled device (smartphone, tablets, laptops); and other features like Scan to Email and Scan to cloud (Google Docs).

Some of the appealing features of this printer are:

 

  • Capture images of 3-D objects using the unique top-mounted 8MP camera that takes sharp and consistent high-resolution scans of documents and objects.
  • One-step scanning of variety of materials and the lack of a cumbersome scanning lid means that scanning is now easier than ever before.
  • Get outstanding print performance with vivid colour prints that will make an impression, and professional-quality black text for sharp, easy-to-read documents.
  • Scan without the need for a PC directly to email addresses and network folders on a networked storage drive, or to a shared folder on a networked computer.
  • Upload straight to the Cloud with a convenient web app. You can now easily scan important documents as well as images of 3-D objects directly to your Google Docs3 account online and access them on the go.
  • Print from the web Simply tap the touchscreen to download and print business forms, financial news, stock quotes, and more from your 

 

“The HP TopShot scanning captures high-quality images of 3-D objects and auto-convert them to true to life 2D images that can be uploaded straight on the web. This will open new opportunities for jewellers, designers, retailers and other SME’s that need to capture high-resolution product images for use on their website.” Says  Nitin Hiranandani, Director, Printing Systems, PPS, HP – India

 
Headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif; HP is a leading IT company that came into existence in the year 1939 and operates in more than 170 countries around the world.