With all the innovative printers available in the market, finding the ideal printer for your home can be confusing task. Knowing your printing usage and needs can help you make a better decision before buying a new printer.
Read this article to understand the designs and characteristics of HP’s home printers before you make the important purchase.
If you’re concerned about protecting your data, you may want to consider a printer with manageability software.
You can also opt for an all-in-one printer with a fax function, to give your communication extra protection from hacking.
2. When, where and how?
As technology is ever growing and evolving, many users’ media and print habits have changed to match it too. If you scan, copy, or fax frequently, you absolutely should consider an all-in-one device.
On the other hand, if you do most of your document printing at the office, you may want to consider something like an affordable single-function printer, and a photo or mobile-oriented model.
3. Mobile compatibility
If your usage depends on mobile devices, you’ll want a printer that emphasizes connectivity to smartphones or tablets.
While most home printers are set up for wireless functionality, there are several newer options tailored specifically for Bluetooth-connected or cloud-based printing, so you can print from anywhere.
4. Photo Printing
Printing photos has never been easier and faster these days with the innovative printer technology.
With the introduction of zero-ink printing, there are new opportunities to be spontaneous with photography and photo printing.
5. High-yield ink cartridges
One of HP’s most useful in-house ink solutions is the high-yield ink cartridges, which offer up to twice the print output of standard versions.
These cartridges are compatible with all of HP’s home printers, so you can expect less trips to the store or online orders for refills or replacements.
HP DeskJet Printer
HP DeskJet printer family is affordable and versatile, making it great for home printing. HP DeskJet single-function printer is a particularly affordable model that you could easily fit on a shelf.
HP DeskJet all-in-one printers are multifunctional, so you can print, copy, and scan from the same printer. It is also set up for seamless mobile printing via the HP Smart App. HP DeskJet printers are compact and measure just over a foot wide, making them ideal to have, even in a cramped workspace.
HP OfficeJet printer family offers competitively priced all-in-ones designed for heavier mixed use. While the HP OfficeJet family is primarily designed for business use, they can offer a lot of extra bang for your buck.
HP OfficeJet all-in-one printer is a great wireless multifunction model that can print, scan, copy, and even fax and also compatible with HP Instant Ink and high-yield cartridges. Some models can perform borderless printing, and even has an optional quiet mode.
HP Tango printers is a new line of voice-compatible smart printers designed for the home. It is built for multifunction printing - photos included - and designed with the same cloud-based, two-way network connection to allow for seamless mobile printing.
The HP Tango smart printer is incredibly compact and easy to use. It also includes dual-band WiFi so you can have confidence in your connection while copying and scanning remotely.
It features easy voice activation setup through devices like the Google Home, Amazon Echo, and Microsoft Cortana, and boasts fast print speeds, too.
Clean and minimalist design
Depending on your setup, being able to conveniently store your printer can be a good way to keep a workspace looking clean.
The HP Tango X smart printer comes with a charcoal linen cover that folds around three sides of the device, so you can fold it up to store it away or slip it onto a bookshelf for discreet storage.
HP Sprocket Photo Printer
Pocket-friendly and fun, the HP Sprocket photo printers make printing photos convenient no matter where you are.
The new, 2nd Edition of the HP Sprocket photo printer adds a pair of new exterior design options and the ability to print via multiple smartphones to the sleek standard design.
Based on zero-ink technologies, the HP Sprocket line offers a full range of mobile photo printers that are great for parties and scrapbooking. You can even edit and prepare photos before you print using the free HP Sprocket app.
The HP Sprocket Plus photo printer lets you turn out photos and stickers 30% larger than the standard HP Sprocket. Though it’s a bit larger overall, the HP Sprocket Plus is slim enough to fit easily into a purse, briefcase, or tote.
HP Sprocket 2-in-1 camera printer
Do you enjoy the retro feel of older instant print cameras, but not the bulky designs? Then the HP Sprocket 2-in-1 camera printer is designed just for you.
It combines a digital camera with HP Sprocket’s zero-ink print system for a fun throwback. You can even edit the photos you took with the camera and print from your phone via the HP Sprocket app.
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