HP is also continuing its push for expanded cloud-printing solutions, so all four models are compatible with Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint, as well as HP's own ePrint, which lets users send jobs from any connected device over the air using a uniquely assigned e-mail address.
Google's Cloud Print option now lets users print from anywhere without drivers, thanks to today's release of Google Chrome OS Dev version 9.0597.10 for Windows. The service installs your local printer drivers in the Google "Cloud," which then lets you connect and print regardless of location and operating system.
The Google Cloud Print landing page is labeled "in beta," but you can preview the service today using any computer running Windows XP, 7, and Vista, with Mac and Linux support on its way.
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