Hewlett-Packard Company has launched two new inkjet photo printers, the HP PhotoSmart 1315 and HP PhotoSmart 1115. The HP PhotoSmart 1315 has a 6cm wide colour LCD that lets users review photographs stored on a memory cards, and carry out simple functions such as rotate, zoom and crop. Users can select whether they want to print in colour, B&W, sepia or antique without turning on their PC or Mac. Time and date information can also be added to individual photo prints. The printer's control panel also includes an email button that automatically attaches a selected photo into a message on the computer, and a synchronized save facility that recognizes new photos on the memory card and saves in any target folder on the PC or Mac. According to HP, the PhotoSmart 1315 prints up to 17ppm in black and 13ppm in colour and is compatible with CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Microdrive and Sony Memory Stick. The PhotoSmart 1115 also includes a control panel, a print cancel button, a low-ink indicator plus a save button that uploads the content of CompactFlash and SmartMedia memory cards to a PC. The PhotoSmart 1115 can, say HP, print up to 12ppm in black and 10ppm in colour. Available from November the HP PhotoSmart 1315 will cost £299 plus VAT and the PhotoSmart 1115 £179 plus VAT. In a separate move, HP has just launched its first integrated bluetooth printer – the DeskJet 995c colour inkjet which enables wireless printing directly from laptops, PDAS, mobile phones and other bluetooth-enabled devices up to ten metres away. The DeskJet 995c offers up to 2,400-x-1,200dpi colour print quality, and features 8MB of RAM, HP's optical paper sensor, auto-cartridge alignment and two-sided printing. It can print, say the company, up to 17ppm in black and 13ppm in colour and comes with 150-sheet paper tray. Available now, the DeskJet 995c costs £329 plus VAT.