Meet HP Sprocket: The new pocket-sized photo printer

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The new pocket-sized photo printer that instantly prints 5 x 7.6 cm sticky-back photos from your smartphone

Designed to bring back the fun of printed photos, HP has launched the HP Sprocket Photo Printer. Great imagery doesn’t just have to live online, this pocket-size printer allows users to print photos from a smartphone or tablet virtually anywhere.

HP Sprocket, is now available at a recommended retail price (RRP) of N45,999.00, “HP Sprocket is portable and small enough to fit in a pocket.  The 5 x 7.6 cm snaps are instantly shareable, colourful  and can even be personalised with filters, frames, emojis, text and more.” Says Allison Alassan, Print Category Manager- Central Africa for HP .

The HP Sprocket App, free on iOS and Android™, lets users easily customise their favourite smartphone and social media photos with colourful frames, text, stickers, filters and more

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  • Sprocket brings  favourite memories to life with vibrant 5 x 7.6 cm smudge-proof, water-resistant and tear-resistant photos to share, or peel-and-stick to decorate bedroom walls, backpacks or  create collages and art projects
  • The portable printer goes virtually anywhere, and with Bluetooth connectivity, users and all their friends can connect to Sprocket with via their smartphones and tablets and print and share the best pics of the day

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Sprocket is available in white with rose gold accents, and black with silver accents, and comes with a 10-pack of HP ZINK Photo Paper and Packs of HP ZINK Photo Paper (20 sheets per pack). Find both at HP.com, and select iStore’s. It’s the perfect accessory for the summer holiday season.

 

 

 

 

About The Author

Yetunde Onanuga is the Business and Advert Manager for Maverick Multimedia, publisher of Acada Magazine where she doubles as the Beauty and Lifestyle columnist. She’s also the creative Director of Beautyful Beauty Ventures; a Make-Up/MakeOver and Fashion and Style outfit, having make up for the likes of Iyanya, Tayo Shobola, Olamide, Olaide Bakare, Brain and Denrele Edun amongst others.

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