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HP reinvents home printing wih smallest Inkjet All-in-One
Posted on 9-Sep-2016 19:25. | Tags Filed under: News.


HP reinvents home printing wih smallest Inkjet All-in-One

HP New Zealand has unveiled its next generation DeskJet All-in-One (AiO) printers, a device for the always connected consumer and designed for digital natives who want to print from Facebook, Instagram and more.

 

The HP DeskJet 3720/3721 is half the size of other inkjet all-in-one printers in its class, yet combines robust print, scan and copy capabilities all for $99.00 including GST.

 

Recently named one of TIME Magazine’s 50 Most Influential Gadgets of All Time, the redesigned DeskJet offers easy printing from a smartphone or tablet. The HP DeskJet 3720/3721 does not just optimise space, it adds energy to space with a variety of vivid hues that include Electric Blue and Sea Grass Green.

 

Bringing in a fresh design to fit today’s modern homes, the printers feature a white base that easily blends with any home décor, while the cool neutrals exude a calming and soothing effect. Additionally, the scroll feed scanner is designed like a fin and lights up when a document is fed through for scanning or copying.

 

“Consumers crave tiny, wireless devices that fit into their lifestyle and enable them to stay connected, social and productive wherever they may be,” said Scott Leman, Market Development Manager for Printing, HP New Zealand.

 

“HP’s new DeskJet turns the traditional consumer printing experience on its head with its innovative, fun design and intuitive mobile connectivity from virtually any device or social network.”

 

Setting up and printing directly from a mobile device has been made easier with the HP All-in-One Remote mobile application. The free app provides users with key features including printing, copying and scanning wirelessly from most smartphones and tablets including Apple, Android and Windows devices.
Using Wi-Fi Direct, consumers can immediately begin printing from their mobile devices and access their printer without a network.

 

Consumers can print, share and design custom photos from Facebook, Instagram and Flickr or directly from a phone’s camera roll with the free HP Social Media Snapshots application. HP also offers fun 4x5 sticky photo paper tailored just for the Social Media Snapshots app.

 

Using HP Printbot, Facebook Messenger users can print content effortlessly from a Facebook Messenger conversation. In addition to easily printing photos and documents, the bot allows users to add printers, print from the printer's history, and order replacement supplies.

 

 

 




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