Hewlett-Packard is introducing the Snapfish service to the New Zealand market. Consumers will be able to have their digital images professionally printed and use a free online photo sharing.
The service also offers unlimited online photo storage and free photo editing tools and software for active members.
As a special launch offer new customers will receive 20 obligation-free prints when they become a Snapfish member.
Snapfish allows customers to not only create a range of photo prints and enlargements, but also to produce personalised photo merchandise like photo greeting cards, posters, photo calendars, mugs, coasters, t-shirts, key rings, and porcelain ornaments.
Customers need only to visit the Snapfish website, create a personalised account and upload photo files directly from their digital camera to select a service from the menu of options.
Snapfish was launched in the United States in April 2000 and today it is the largest online photo service in the world, with almost 34 million members worldwide and more than one billion unique photos stored online.