HP launches innovative pocket-sized photo printer in Nigeria

HP recently launched its new Sprocket Photo Printer, a small pocket-sized printing device, designed to bring back the fun and memories of printed photos.

During the official launch of the Sprocket Photo Printer in Lagos, HP revealed that this innovation became top priority, especially in Nigeria, a country regarded as a mobile first nation.

“With the rise in smartphone ownership and social media participation, people are taking so many pictures with their mobile phones and tablets, but how do we keep these memories for a long time when your phone can crash anytime and you might not have backed up your device. This innovative pocket- sized printer allows users to print photos directly from a smartphone or tablet on the go,” the company said.

HP Sprocket, is now available in Nigeria at a recommended retail price (RRP) of N45,999.00.

“HP Sprocket is portable and small enough to fit in a pocket. The 5 x 7.6 cm snaps are instantly shareable, colourful and can even be personalised with filters, frames, emojis, text and more.” Says Allison Alassan, Print Category Manager- Central Africa for HP.

The HP Sprocket App can be downloaded for free on iOS and Android. This lets users easily customise their favourite smartphone and social media photos with colourful frames, text, stickers, filters and more.

Sprocket brings favourite memories to life with vibrant 5 x 7.6 cm smudge-proof, water-resistant and tear-resistant photos to share, or peel-and-stick to decorate bedroom walls, backpacks or create collages and art projects.

Its on-the-go feature allows the portable printer to be used virtually anywhere, and with Bluetooth connectivity, users and all their friends can connect to Sprocket with via their smartphones and tablets and print and share their favourite pictures.

Sprocket is available in white with rose gold accents, and black with silver accents, and comes with a 10-pack of HP ZINK Photo Paper and Packs of HP ZINK Photo Paper (20 sheets per pack).

HP says users can find both the printer and paper on its website, HP.com, and select iStores’. Businessday.

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