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Welcome to Engadget's back to school guide! The end of summer vacation isn't nearly as much fun as the weeks that come before, but a chance to update your tech tools likely helps to ease the pain. Today, we have printers on our minds and on our desks -- and you can head to the back to school hub to

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An HP Slate it isn't, but if you plop down $399.99 for the eStation C510, you'll also bring home a detachable 7-inch Android 2.1 tablet that's designed to act as a \"wireless digital companion and control panel for remote printing.\" We'll point you to the source link if you're actually interested in

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So here it is, after months of details coming to light an inkdrop at a time, the HP eStation all-in-one printing solution. But we're not gonna dwell but on half of that: the 7-inch tablet skinned out by Yahoo and powered by Android 2.1. As we expected, though, the Google experience is decidedly les

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HP wants out of the camera manufacturing game. In what reads like a help-wanted ad, HP just announced that they are seeking an OEM to \"design, source, and distribute\" digital cameras under the HP brand. Instead, HP will refocus on its home photo printing and on-line photo services under its Print 2.

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What's a Thursday in June without nine new boringcams from HP to be totally underwhelmed by? We can't think of a better way to spend our morning than to sort through all these mundane Photosmart models, and if you have the patience feel free to join in on the fun. The cameras range from the $80 E33

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HP's Photosmart R837 is exactly the most ambitious camera around, but according to PC Magazine, it has failed to live up to their already lowered expectations. Though \"not an awful camera,\" they found it to be on the slow side in terms of performance and, most importantly, less than impressive when

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In addition to their R837 pet shooter, HP also unveiled their Photosmart M537 and M437 point-and-shoot cams this morning. The M537 brings a 6 megapixel CCD, 3x optical zoom, 2.5-inch LCD and HP's steady photo anti-shake technology. The M437 drops the sensor to 5 megapixels and scales back the LCD t

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Prepare for an onslaught of digital camera news today as the big PMA show officially swings its doors wide. Out bright and early comes HP's new Photosmart R837. It packs a 7.2 megapixel CCD, 3x zoom, anti-shake, and 3-inch LCD with SD expansion and the ability to shoot VGA quality video at 24fps --

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So even though Hewlett-Packard is \"recalling\" some 679,000 Photosmart R707 digital cameras (224,000 of which are in the US), there's no real need to panic, because instead of having to send your model back, performing a simple DIY firmware update will keep your shooter from becoming a flame thrower.

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Among the 100 new products HP introduced today (we're not joking) are these four new Photosmart digital cameras, the R967, R827, M227, and E427. The R967 is the highest-end of the bunch, a 10 megapixel camera with a 3x optical zoom, 3-inch LCD, an anti-shake, and 32MB of internal memory -- price is

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It's still seems a bit silly to be shooting 8 megapixel shots out of such a compact camera, but we're not going to stand in your way, and neither will HP with their flagship compact offering, the Photosmart R927. Besides the 8 megapixel CCD, the camera has a 3-inch LCD, along with HP specific sof

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