HP has taken the wraps off three new consumer printers, including an update to last year's mobile all-in-one.
The printer's physical composition retains the same general clam shell design of its predecessor but adds a 2.36-inch touch screen for managing image outputting tasks. The screen also acts as a home center for changing scan destinations from the PCs, to e-mails, to a USB drive or memory card. Finally, a lithium ion rechargeable battery on the back gives enough juice to last about 500 pages on a full charge.
The HP OfficeJet Mobile 150 will hit stores in June for $400.
In addition to the Mobile 150, HP also unveiled the