Although the printer has received additional features in the form of wireless and Bluetooth support, it is often designed for home office or living room because of its complex design and large form factor.
HP solves this problem
This new device features a minimalist, compact design that blends in with other smart home gadgets. Tango has the first fabric cover based on the latest trends in fashion, design and materials similar to those used in Google and Amazon smart speakers.
HP can design a new printer to keep it in the living space for you to use it more conveniently, but you can close it if you want it to disappear into the upholstery. Tango has an LED light paper tray that lets users know that they have no printing or paper.
Tango is a smart device, you have full control over HP. Smart app. This app allows users to print from anywhere via cellular data or a remote Wi-Fi connection. Tango is also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home for users to print with voice commands.
HP notifies the user with a smartphone when the device cover is closed when the print job is complete. These notifications let users always know the ink and paper levels so they can always print.
To get the most out of Tango, you need to sign up for HP Instant Ink. HP's new printers are available in two variants: HP Tango for $ 169.99 (129 pounds) and HP Tango X (with cover).
$ 235.72 (179 lb)
The HP Tango will be available next month with a cover of Indigo Linen, Charcoal Linen and Cork Currant later this year.