everyone has had their ideas about what apple's supposedly new digital device could be, from an iPhone to a Tablet and for some reason something to do with TV's, but spymac.com has suggested.....a printer. -"Agreed, an Apple-developed printer sounds a bit mundane in a market with a lust for purely-digital devices, but I'm confident Apple could amaze us with a line of printers that featured their usual mix of minimalist design, integration and use of open standards. Bluetooth enabled; a shiny Apple logo gleaming on the front; flawless integration with consumer applications such as iPhoto... It's not very likely, however. With intense competition from industry giants, an Apple-developed line of printers would have to compete in an established and crowded market -- more risk than even the iPod initially faced. With Hewlett-Packard expecting "imaging and printing revenues to grow 10 percent annually over the next three years," the market is certainly healthy..."- Now at first I thought, why the hell would they do that, but then I started thinking about it and an Apple printer would be awesome, I mean I like my epson printer but its a cheap one that I bought because I needed one and I was spending a lot on my new iMac but I am currently looking into a new better one and one for printing digital photos, just imagine a new apple designed streamlined printer that would match my iMac, now Im interested in one purely by design interests but they could go so far with it as well such as the above mentioned iPhoto integration. They of course would need a manufacturer and who better than epson? f*** HP......Yes this would be a tough market to break into, but why there would surely be enough interest in one right, you tell me? of course I also realise that for some reason I am a vicitim of the Apple trademark (like so many others) and the idea of anything bearing an apple logo seems cool for some reason, and this bothers me to an extent, but not enough to keep me from pulling my wallet out at the sight of an apple cellphone, pda, or even a printer.....damn that Steve Jobs!