FitXBrit Ultimate Gift Guide: HP Sprocket
I don’t consider myself a tech-savvy person but I am always looking to get better and to be exposed to cool new things. Thanks to HP ,I had the opportunity to try out their new HP Sprocket Photo Printer and instantly fell in love!
Why? Well, first it came right on time! I was recently having a conversation with a friend about how if the internet were to go away, I would have absolutely no memories! Everything I do is shared via social media and rarely do I ever take the time to print anything out anymore. Mostly because of the hassle that comes with heading to CVS or Walgreens (Millennial problems, I know). What I love about the HP Sprocket is that it prints directly from your phone and is super easy to navigate. The picture quality is freaking amazing and the refill paper is uber affordable.
This would be the perfect gift or stocking stuffer for your favorite social media junky, crafter, or anyone who is into all things awesome.
It comes in two color options and if you download the app you can get really creative by adding borders and emojis - just to name a few. I am definitely planning on getting creative with Peyton’s teacher’s gifts with the help of my HP Sprocket! The size is also a major plus because it can literally fit into the palm of your hand, which makes it portable for creative fun on-the-go.
Guess what?! You don’t have to worry about replacing ink cartridges because the HP Sprocket doesn’t need them! So, the only cost you are incurring is replacing the paper when needed. This totally makes price point $129.99 super doable! I am sold and I hope you are too! Shop the HP Portable Printer at Best Buy, Amazon, or via HP online!
So, what do you think? Is this something you wouldn’t mind finding under your tree this year?
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Please Note: This post is Sponsored by HP. All comments about these product are my own and I have and will always remain transparent about my opinions. I will not endorse any products that I would not and do not use in my own household.