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Learn how to wirelessly print from your iPhone and a wireless printer.
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Mario: Wow look at that just sprayed right out.
John: Very cool.
Mario: Hey, we’re still here hanging out at the HP booth can’t seem to get away from all the cool technology that’s happening here.
John: That’s right.
Mario: An now we’re joining with John he is over here. We just printed this photo John.
John: And we print it wirelessly.
Mario: And we print it without cords which many people may have done that before.
John: That’s true.
John: What’s new is we’ve bring it from HP iPod touch or the HP iPhone will work it as well.
Mario: So hold it at the camera. Let them see that, so we just printed this photo wirelessly from that iTouch. You can also do it from your iPhone as well.
Mario: Now so you download an application.
John: It’s a free download from the Apple App store the way people normally get their apps from these devices. Once you download it you click on it.
Mario: So you’re clicking on the applications.
John: It opens to be a photo library. You pick the photo you want to print.
Mario: So we’re going to print a photo right now.
John: Sure. It looks right now it’s looking to see what printers they can see over the WIFI network. You’ve found one and we’ll hit print. So you click the icon, pick a photo, hit print you’re done. Now the printer is starting to print.
Mario: Yeah. I just heard the printer make its little move that is actually pulling some paper in.
John: Yeah, and there it goes.
Mario: Here it is. It actually prints.
John: That’s so fast.
Mario: It actually works.
John: One more yes as you want it.
Mario: That’s fantastic.
John: It’s a 3D a nice little printer.
Mario: Yeah tell me a little bit about this printer.
Mario: It’s all in one?
John: It’s an all in one print, scan, copy. They can print up to 35 pages a minute. It sells for a $199.00 integrated, wireless radio. It includes 11G built in. It’s in the feature.
Mario: Now, ink is a major thing when we’re talking about printing.
Mario: You know I constantly tell people you don’t have to print everything full color quality all the time. Use your draft mode.
Mario: Use a low quality printing features. What other tips which you share to help people extend that printing experience.
John: If you’re putting a lot of photos as an example in the mere of a high end products including this one offers individual link text so you can change just the colors that you happen to be using up. You don’t have to change all the colors every time.
Mario: That saves money.
Mario: And lastly, isn’t this printer about a $199.00?
John: Sure. We offer wireless only once all the way down to $129 though so you’re not stock with a lot of money every time.
Mario: Yes, then my last question for you. We sell this wireless printing all in the iPhone and iTouch.
Mario: What other devices might we be seeing this one? I mean we know a lot of people carrying other smart phones and capable photo.
John: We’re working on a number of different platforms right now. The thing we announced at the show, but all your wireless your local computers all those kinds of things worked brilliantly already.
Mario: Well, John I want to thank you so much for lending and hand outing.
John: Oh no, great.
Mario: Experience this wireless printing from an iPhone.
Mario: And iTouch. That’s amazing.
John: Easy and free.
Mario: It’s a cool stiff cool technology here happening at the HP booth. Still more to come from the International CES 2009 Campus. Stay tuned.