It’s not often that we describe a printer as “super cute,” but the printer HP is announcing today is just that. The DeskJet 3720 is white and aqua – also known as cyan, also known as HP’s own “Electric Blue.”
This device is aiming to be compact as possible while remaining capable of printing full-sized (letter) size paper. It also works with HP Instant Ink, an ink replacement subscription plan that’ll cost users £1.99 per month – or about R49 a month once the printer arrives in Mzansi
This device works with HP Printbot through Facebook Messenger to print straight from a messenger conversation. You’ll also be able to use the HP Social Media Snapshots app to print with 4.5 stick photo paper from Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, or a smartphone’s gallery. HP Instant Ink is not strictly new for this device – it’s been around a bit but not been wholly introduced to the African markets. With this service, users are delivered new inks each month in one of three “flexible plans” that allow users to “change or cancel online at any time without an annual fee.”
HP Instant Ink also includes a service using HP Planet Partners prepaid envelopes that allow users to recycle used ink cartridges for free.
The Desktop 3720 printer will be available in SA at a prospective starting price of R1200 (using the rand/dollar exchange) when it launches in September.
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