HP Sprocket Pocket Sized Printer for Smartphones Launched in India

Updated by Faizan Nabi on September 15, 2017

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HP Sprocket Pocket Sized Printer for Smartphones Launched in India

Instant gratification is the key takeaway for the millennials and keeping this in mind, global PC and printing major HP on Wednesday launched Sprocket - a pocket-sized photo printer - in India for Rs. 8,999. The unique hand-held printer would allow you to click instant pictures (2 X 3 inch size) and share among friends - be it at a shopping mall, a restaurant or at a movie theatre. Download Sprocket app from Google Play Store or Apple App Store on your smartphone, pair it with the printer, place specially-designed HP ZINK papers in the device, switch on Bluetooth and print images from your phone in a jiffy. HP Sprocket aims to make physical photo printing convenient, affordable and enjoyable for youth, said a senior company executive.


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