September 6, 2022
HP re-launched the HP Printing Voice Assistant at its Amplify Executive Forum in Palo Alto, California.
The HP Printing Voice Assistant allows users to perform common functions on the printer using 170 different voice commands. The device has also been designed with enhanced security features, such as not requiring a cloud or Bluetooth connection.
This device is compatible with a wide selection of A3 and A4 HP Enterprise-class printers, including the newly announced HP LaserJet Managed E800 and E700 series.
The HP Printing Voice Assistant comes equipped with the ability to programme “quicksets,” which are customised, pre-programmed voice commands that initiate specific tasks such as scanning, copying, or printing.
The HP Printing Voice Assistant responds to natural language and was designed with security as a top priority, HP said. What differentiates the HP Printing Voice Assistant is that it is not constantly listening to conversations and does not record sessions. A session can only be initiated by touching the activation button and it terminates automatically if no voice commands are given.
Additionally, this device does not require a network or cloud connection, meaning there is less risk of a hacker intercepting sensitive information.
The HP Printing Voice Assistant includes English, French, Italian, German and Spanish language capabilities.
HP said that it expects the Printing VOice Assistant to be available in North America, South America, and Europe from September 2022.
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