Originally Posted by FunkiBluDawg
Actually just yesterday I took delivery of an HP OfficeJet 6500A, an all-in-one that is "web enabled." It's a bit too early for it to have WebOS, but it does have a small touchscreen on it and it does have apps. Most of the pre-loaded apps I deleted, but there are a few neat ones, like ones that allow you to print out puzzles (crossword, sudoku, etc.), and ones that allow you to print out forms. The rest of the apps were for printing out daily news articles (why waste paper on that) or stuff for kids--coloring book pages, cutout characters, etc.
The apps are a cool feature, but I doubt I will ever use it. I can't see how having WebOS on there vs. whatever proprietary OS this thing is running would change that.
Oh, there is an HP iPrint Photo app for your mobile phone that works with this printer. The ironic part: It's available for Windows Mobile, Symbian, iOS and Android... but not WebOS.