With the new HP Sprocket Plus pocket printer you can turn people into the happiest in the world. Take it with you the next time you travel and experience it for yourself!
Those we lived it will agree. The invention of the digital camera totally changed our way of taking pictures. But did you know that in the poorer areas of this world a picture is worth a thousand things? During my two years in India I experienced how many Indian people have none or only few pictures of themselves as a child or of their family. One picture of their old mother or father or their new born child is so precious to them that even you can make those people the happiest in the world with just a simple gesture. So take your HP Sprocket Plus pocket printer with you next time you travel to a less developped area in the world. And this doesn’t have to be India. We took it with us to Roumania.
The new Sprocket Plus is so small (142 x 89 x 18 mm) and light (200 g) that it suits any suitcase or handbag. Its compact form fits 10 sheets of 5.8cm x 8.6cm (2.3 x 3.4-inch) photo paper. That’s 30 percent larger than the photos of the regular HP Sprocket.
After connecting the Sprocket to your mobile device with Bluetooth, use the HP Sprocket app to take and print photos on your mobile device or social media account. You can even scan pictures with the app. Put the package of 10 sheets into the draw of the printer and start printing.
The HP Sprocket Plus Photo paper prints smudge-proof and waterproof pictures and has a peel-and-stick backing to stick the picture into your album or in a locker room.
Customise your pictures before you print with the HP Sprocket App. Text, borders, emojis, and more add a pop of personality.
After printing four pictures in a row the printer needed to call down. Two minutes later it started printing again.
Available in white with roségold accents or black and silver accents for €159,99, 10 sheets of photo paper included as well as a loop for personal charms, wrist strap, or clip. It’s such a cool gadget but colours in the beginning were a little blueish while in the end they were more pinkish. But anyhow they are a great souvenir to give and to receive.