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HP’s voice-controlled Tango printer can be disguised as a book

Printers haven't really kept up with the times. Sure, you can print from your phone, but the devices aren't built for an always-connected world — and let's be honest, more than a few of them are eyesores that can feel like '90s throwbacks. HP beli…Read more

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