Hewlett-Packard has launched an all-in-one printer, scanner and copier - the PSC750.

The device prints at speeds of 11ppm (pages per minute) in black and 8.5ppm in colour. It uses HP's PhotoRet III technology to produce high-quality photographic prints and clear text, the company claims. The all-in-one prints on a variety of media, including t-shirts and transparencies.

Encased in a metallic-blue and grey enclosure, the PSC750 has a flatbed design, which both copies and scans.

Copying speeds are 11ppm for black-and-white and 8ppm for colour. Up to 99 copies can be made from an original at one time.

An integrated copy-button navigates through functions, such as cloning, reductions and enlargements. The PSC750 has an optical scan resolution of 600-x-1,200dpi. The all-in-one ships with image-editing software and OCR (optical character recognition) software to modify documents. Available now, the PSC750 costs £199.