A review on ZDNet describes the design of the printers as "futuristic" and "space-age", with a "pod-like" shape. The Paper is contained completely within the body of the printer and users can add up to 100 sheets at a time.
Meanwhile, the control panel also sports a simple design, with a seven-inch touch-screen display which can show off images being printed. A stylus, four memory card slots and a PictBridge USB port are concealed under the front cover.
Printer cartridges are located beneath a small panel on the front of the printer – but this office machine requires only one cartridge at a time, which will print about 55 4 x 6 photos, according to HP.
However, it concludes: "Despite the high price, HP has broken new ground with this design and we liked it enough to award it an Editors’ Choice designation."
HP is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
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