When you need to get in touch with someone, you send them an e-mail or text message via short message service. If it’s urgent, you call them. All these communication options are available from a smartphone or other mobile device without turning on your computer. And if you need to print something from a mobile device, now you can turn to Hewlett-Packard Development’s ePrint technology and services, without more, and e-mail it.

HP’s ePrint technology assigns an e-mail address such as [email protected] to a supported printer. To print a file, you attach it to an e-mail and send the message to the printer’s e-mail address. HP’s ePrint Center then sends the header and body of the e-mail along with the attachment to the printer to output hard copy.

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