HP’s Tango X wireless printer will listen to your voice commands
Many printers have a tendency to be cumbersome, boring-looking machines, however not so the HP Tango X. This is a compact and trendy printer that will mix in in your front room, and it additionally comes with a bunch of sensible options resembling voice management capabilities.
Convenience is a central tenet of the Tango X’s design, and you may join it to your smartphone utilizing the built-in dual-band Wi-Fi and simply print images or paperwork. As it seems, the Tango X can also be a completely wireless printer, and there isn’t any manner to function it over USB.
You can management it utilizing the HP Smart app on both an Android or iOS gadget, which you should use to print footage saved within the cloud. One of the extra well-liked options will in all probability be the power to print straight from Facebook, however you may also use the app to entry different information saved in companies like Google Drive or Dropbox.
In addition, you’ll be able to scan a doc with your smartphone after which rapidly print it out.
That stated, the spotlight function might be the printer’s voice management capabilities, and HP says it will work with the principle voice assistants, together with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Microsoft Cortana.
HP additionally makes one other mannequin referred to as the Tango, and the principle distinction between the 2 fashions is the presence of the material cowl on the Tango X. This cowl can fold up to cowl your entire printer, so it seems to be extra like a bit of furnishings than a printer.
Both printers are able to black-and-white prints of 1,200 x 1,200dpi and coloration prints of 4,800 x 1,200dpi. They use HP’s thermal inkjet know-how, and the corporate is claiming an ISO print velocity of up to 11ppm for black-and-white prints and 8ppm for coloration.
The Tango and Tango X printers will be accessible in late February beginning at S$219 and S$289 respectively.