HP Laserjet XPS driver
A lot of printers were released this year that support XPS printing, but most of them were big, 'copier' like, office machines.
This month HP released an XPS driver
for their entry level Laserjet P2030
range. At around 175€, a good laser printer for mere mortals.
This shows again that, albeit slowly, XPS is spreading.
Developers will be able to leverage the fantastic new graphic capabilities that XPS brings to the Windows platform, and users will soon be able to take full advantage of the fact that both end-user and printer use the same file format. Resulting in less costly and error-prone document conversions, and true 'what you see is what you get' document printing on Windows.