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HP Tango X: a connected design printer for Mac & Windows

hp tango x HP Tango X : une imprimante connectée design pour Mac & Windows

hp tango x HP Tango X : une imprimante connectée design pour Mac & Windows

hp tango x HP Tango X: a connected design printer for Mac & Windows

Always looking for products combining high technology and design, Apple recently added to its Apple Online Store the HP Tango X, an ultra-thin connected inkjet printer compatible with Macs, Windows PCs and all iOS devices.

This printer has the distinction of offering iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch owners the easiest way to print their documents and photos by downloading the HP Smart app available for free on the App Store. Install a printer becomes child’s play, since no USB cable or driver is required!

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There are many strengths of the Tango X from HP compared to “classic” connected printers, but we can cite as examples:

  • an ultra-thin design that looks like a book and blends perfectly with the decor of an office
  • in addition to Wi-Fi, compatibility with AirPrint for Macs and iOS devices via the HP Smart app
  • the ability to stay connected to the printer wherever you are, to receive updates and notifications regarding prints or ink and paper levels
  • automatic replacement cartridge ordering through HP Instant Ink (subscription required, up to 50% off regular rates)

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The Tango X from HP comes with two Instant Ink Ready starter ink cartridges (one black and one to three colors), a pretty indigo linen protection used as protection and paper tray, and a power cable.

For those interested or curious, the Tango X printer is sold on the Apple Online Store at the price of € 199.95. Finally, HP promises to make soon available the printer management functionality by voice command via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Microsoft Cortana. It will therefore be possible to send your documents for printing by simply using your voice.

Léon Galarneau

Occasional writer on AppSystem, I cultivate a real passion for manga, tennis and the Apple universe.

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