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10/30/2014
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HP Debuts Sprout Immersive PC, 3D Printer

HP shows it can still innovate with a novel PC designed to scan physical objects and a printer designed to create physical objects.

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Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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10/30/2014 | 12:59:45 PM
HP Sprout
I am curious to try the HP Sprout's tabletop projection capabilities. I can see possibilities for image editing, for example.
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10/30/2014 | 11:45:58 PM
Re: HP Sprout
Please tell me the Sprout was launched at an event in Brussels. Pretty please?
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10/30/2014 | 11:49:46 PM
Re: HP Sprout
So joking aside, what I wanted to see was a video demo of the product. The link included in the article took me to one, and my only sadness was that I wanted to see more of the product and less of the Apple-style posturing. The product itself actually looks fascinating from a creative perspective. I wonder what other applications it could have outside the world of art and design? There has to be something... I'm all ears, cos this is some pretty cool stuff!
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