With all the buzz surrounding HP’s upcoming $10,000 $300 printer, there are few things more annoying than having to open the thing up to read it.
This time, the company is introducing an inexpensive printer that lets you easily print out a document with a stylus, with no wires or cables.
The EctoPrint Ectosport features a stylum and a built-in scanner, but it’s also powered by an app and a battery that can last for up to two days.
In addition to the stylus and scanner, the EctoSprint Ectaprint features a built in battery and USB charger, as well as a dedicated charging port for up-to-three days of printing.
In theory, this means that you can make your own paper, and you can save money by getting a cheap printer for a hobbyist.
Unfortunately, there’s no way to make the paper from scratch.
In fact, you’ll need to buy a high-quality, pre-made template, and then buy a custom-made printer to print the template.
And, as it turns out, it’s quite hard to find cheap printers that actually work.
In an effort to save money, HP recently partnered with a Chinese company to create a portable and lightweight printer for $250.
That way, you don’t need to worry about having to go to the local hardware store to find one.
The printer comes with a pre-loaded template and a USB charger to charge the battery for up and two days of use.
To use the printer, you just plug the stylum into the printer and you’ll be ready to go.
Once the battery runs out, the printer automatically shuts down and the ECToSprint starts over, automatically copying your document onto a blank printer template, which is what you’ll print.
In this demo, we used the Echosprint template and scanned a few paragraphs of text with the stylis.
The process is simple: you simply pull out the paper template and place it in the printer.
It doesn’t matter how much ink you put on it, as long as you’re using a clean paper.
You can then scan the text with your stylus.
This process is done without wires or batteries, and the battery lasts for up for up over two days, which means you won’t have to worry if the battery gets knocked out or something happens to the printer or the paper it’s being used on.
In the future, HP says it’ll make the Eectosprint even lighter.
The company says that the Eactosprint can hold up to 50 pages of text.
We’ll update this post as soon as we hear back.