HP Expands Photo Printing Leadership
Printer company HP has announced new solutions for the professional portrait and consumer photo prints at the Photokina event.
The company's traditional silver halide (AgX) replacements provide end-to-end solutions to offer a high-quality alternative to AgX services for printing ranging from low to high volumes.
The ink specialist's importance in the market is underlined by the fact that 70 per cent of all photo speciality products are developed through HP Indigo technology.
Alon Bar-Shany, vice president and general manager, Indigo division, said: "As the photo market leader, HP provides solutions that respond to today's market needs, allowing photo labs to print both high-quality photo prints and merchandise."
The spokesperson noted that the silver halide replacement act as a "unique opportunity" for photo labs.
News of this technology follows a report by Computer Reseller News, which revealed that HP is aiming to enter the tablet market.
Todd Bradley, executive vice president of HP's personal systems and imaging and printing groups, told the news provider that the device could be confirmed at some stage in the next few weeks.
Posted by Canzil Ahmed.