HP ePrint-enabled (Deskjet 3052A) Printer Review
When you’re looking for a printer, what qualities do you look for? I want a printer that can copy, scan, and work wirelessly. I never thought I would have a printer that I could print to from my cell phone, but that all changed with the HP ePrint-enabled Printer (Deskjet 3052A)!
With HP ePrint mobile printing, you can print from your smartphone or tablet from virtually anywhere. It’s simple! You send the prints you want directly to an HP ePrint-enabled printer using a smartphone, tablet, notebook, or other mobile device. Now you can access and print content when and where you need it. The HP ePrint-enabled DJ3052A Printer requires an Internet connection to the printer. The ePrint feature works with any connected Internet – and email-capable device. Print times may vary.
Printing from your phone is simple! Just create an email on any mobile device, attach your photo or document, and the send the email to an HP ePrint-enabled printer. Your photo will automatically print!
– ePrint a recipe while you’re at the store
– ePrint Grandma a photo from the garden
– ePrint the playoff schedule from the field
– ePrint a homework assignment from the school parking lot
– ePrint a final offer before you arrive
– ePrint your boarding pass as you leave the office
– ePrint a report no matter how far you are from the destination
– ePrint next week’s schedule while away from home or work
Along with the printer, I also received HP’s XL Ink Cartridges, which are available at your local Walmart and online. With HP’s vast assortment of XL inks available at Walmart, you can conveniently pick up ink when you shop for groceries or household items, and buy it all at a great value. HP’s XL ink cartridges fit just like regular cartridges in your HP printer. The only difference is that they hold more ink! The best part about the HP XL ink cartridges is that you can save up to 40% on printing.
I received a sample from Hewlett Packard to facilitate this review as part of a campaign with MomSelect. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.