Seeking to ride the wave of connected smartphone and tablet users in the Asia Pacific region (and globally), HP has formally launched its new printers that can receive email and print it, along with attachments, while also offering premium content and cloud infrastructure that can store and share content, changing the way users print from a range of devices and adding to the reasons why consumers buy printers. Is it truly a revolution?
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