Now, we don't have any confirmation that the two are one and the same, but we just caught wind of a very intriguing
printer on HP's website. The Photosmart eStation C510 is listed for $399.99 and, in addition to usual ink-plastering duties, has a detachable wireless 7-inch TouchSmart control panel for browsing content, printing (of course), and "brows[ing] the latest e-book bestsellers or old favorites." It all sounds well and good, and if you ask us, it rings a very eerily similar chord as the eStation Zeen / Zeus
from early August. If so, that'd make this touchscreen an Android 2.1 tablet with "significant" Nook integration for e-reading. Guess we'll just have to wait and see what's under the hood, software-wise. What say ye, HP, how about throwing us a press release yonder?
And just like that, the printer has disappeared off the face of the internet, without so much as a cached Google page to its name.
A trusted source tells us this printer is indeed the eStation Zeus of yore.