Brother scanners will be sold by HP software company and used for printing HP printers
HP has announced it is working with sister companies BrotherScan and XCrayon to sell a scanner and printer software that will allow for the printing of HP’s printer ink and paper products, according to Business Insider.
The two companies are already on a partnership deal to sell BrotherScan scanners to HP’s printers.
The company has said that the printers will be delivered by the end of the year and that it will sell them through the HP software.
The products will be available for $199 and the software will be $99, Business Insider reports.
The news comes just days after the announcement that HP will be selling its printers through HP Cloud.
“As an important part of the HP Cloud initiative, we are excited to be partnering with XCRAYON, a sister company that provides a high-quality printer ink suite to HP products.
Together with BrotherScan, the XCRayon software will allow HP to make the printing process much simpler for its customers,” HP said in a statement.
For more, check out Business Insider’s article: HP Releases BrotherScan Scanner for HP’s Printers article