March 27
Hewlett-Packard Unveils New Mac printer
Design geared toward G4s and iMacs

by David Nagel
Senior Producer

Palo Alto, Calif.-based Hewlett-Packard Co. has unveiled a new DeskJet printer—the first one geared specifically for the Mac. The DeskJet 935c is similar to the 932c in terms of features, but the new model adds a grayish-white casing with silver accents to complement the looks of the new Macs. The 935c offers 2,400 x 1,200 DPI printing on photo paper and uses color layering and 5 picoliter drops to print 29 ink drops per dot. Other features include:

  • Low-resolution printing at 9 PPM (black) and 7.5 PPM (color);
  • Fold-up paper tray;
  • Manual print cancellation button;
  • Automatic print cartridge adjustment and low ink warning indicator;
  • USB connection.

The printer will ship with Mac-compatible ArcSoft Photo Suite, including PhotoStudio, PhotoBase, and MegaStitch. The DeskJet 935c is expected to ship this spring for $199. A photo was not available at press time. For more information, visit http://www.hp.com.

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