HP Sprocket Z3Z93A

HP has silently listed its compact portable printer in India before the official launch. The HP Sprocket Z3Z93A Photo Printer has been listed on Amazon India at a price tag of Rs. 8,999. The printer is similar to a smartphone in size and allows you to print images on the go.

As per exclusive sources, the portable printer from HP is available to buy from Amazon India ahead of the official launch in India at an event in New Delhi today. While it comes with an MRP of 10,500, it is currently being offered for Rs. 8,999.

HP Sprocket Photo Printer Features

The HP Sprocket Photo printer is a compact and portable photo printer that can be used to print images from your mobile phone, laptop or tablet. It allows you to create stickable snapshots measuring 5 x 7.6 cm (2 x 3 inches) on the go.

HP Sprocket Z3Z93AIt measures 3.9 x 3.4 x 15.8 cm and weighs around 170 grams, nearly the same as a regular smartphone. Due to its size and weight, you can carry this in your bag or your pocket itself.

Using this, you can print social media photos by connecting your social media accounts to the HP Sprocket App that can instantly turn any photo from your social media accounts into colorful prints.

What’s interesting is that you can use the HP Sprocket app to customize your photos before printing them. To make your pictures look unique and personalized, you can add text, borders, emojis, stickers and more to them using the HP Sprocket app.

To use the HP Sprocket Z3Z93A Photo Printer, all you need to do is download the HP Sprocket app and connect it to the printer using Bluetooth.

Pricing and Availability

While the HP Sprocket Z3Z93A has not been launched yet, it has already been listed on Amazon India with a MRP of 10,500 and a selling price of Rs. 8,999. It is available in White, Black and Red color options.

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