eprinters

Printers: eprinters

  • Find out about HP ePrint
  • Email photos to a printer
  • Print maps, news and puzzles without a PC
  • Print documents saved in the 'cloud'

Web-enabled printers

Web-connected printers represent the latest advance in printer technology. They use applications to enable you to print photos, shopping vouchers, news and puzzles directly from the web without needing to turn on your computer.

HP and Lexmark dipped their toes in the waters of web-enabled printing in 2009, but it’s HP’s 'e-all-in-one' ePrint range, launched in 2010 and continuing through 2011, that showcase the real potential of web printers.

Find out more about web connected printers from different printer brands in our wireless printing explained guide. 

Email prints to the printer

HP's 'e-all-in-one' Photosmart printers each come with their own unique email address. Any device with email access - be it a PC, laptop, mobile phone or iPad – can be used to email documents or pictures directly to the printer from anywhere in the world. This is HP's ePrint technology.

HP e-all-in-one printers

 

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Printer apps

Printer applications can be added to the printer using a computer, or the printer on its own. Applications due to be available in the UK will let you print Sudoku puzzles, Google Maps, photos from Snapfish, sheet music via Free-scores.com and news from Reuters. 

You can even schedule your prints, so pages can be ready and waiting for you in the morning - handy if you want to print out the news to read on the way to work.

HP e-all-in-one printers also work with HP’s Cloud service – where you can create and store documents online giving you mobile access to edit or print them from anywhere in the world.

Models from HP's e-All-In-One range are widely available in high street stores.

We are testing models from the e-All-In-One range as they become available – check our printer reviews for the latest test results.

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