"Its a very capable printer, I thought for a sec that the 3D scanner as a more of a gimmick , but in fact , its very handy and useful. I also though it could print in 3D, Bummer"
I want one just to play with the 3D scanner :D
That's pretty silly. The niche for this market must be microscopic.
Hmm ok, I could see the 3D scanner being useful for animators and graphics designers to scan an actual object that they can then manipulate. Plus @ $400 the price is not too bad either. Too bad the toner for it will probably be insanely priced.
Wow, printers have come a LONG way since i got my all-in-one back in the day. The apps for this thing are really cool. I could see the 3d camera being useful but I wouldn't pay extra to get it I guess. Maybe in a year these things will be more mainstream and I'll pick one up to replace my aging one.
Now you're just mashing it!
It's not a 3D scanner. It's just a 2D camera that takes plain old-fashioned 2D images, like any other camera. Why they call it a 3D scanner is beyond comprehension. It's terribly misleading. I guess it's some kind of marketing trick, but one that's going to backfire on HP as soon as all the reporters who have written about it realize they've been duped.
Check out NextEngine for a real 3D Scanner.
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