HP Sprocket Pocket Photo Printer 2nd Edition with Augmented Reality Technology

With built-in augmented reality technology HP Sprocket pocket photo printer 2nd edition brings dynamic images into your photos. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

HP Sprocket Pocket Photo Printer 2nd Edition with Augmented Reality

HP Sprocket 2nd generation is a beautifully designed and easy-to-use portable photo printer that measures 3.15 x 4.63 x 0.98 inches and weighs 0.31 lbs. As we can see from the images, the smooth and rounded exterior features spotted design, which makes it look a bit like an oversize pebble for a stylish look, while four different color options allow it to meet more personal preferences. Meanwhile, the compact form factor lets you effortlessly store it in your bag for any outdoor activity.

HP Sprocket Pocket Photo Printer 2nd Edition with Augmented Reality

The pocket photo printer uses Bluetooth 5.0 technology to wirelessly connect with your smartphone so that you can print your photos on 2×3″ sticky-backed photo paper wherever you go. Furthermore, it features built-in augmented reality technology. Just pointing the printer with your phone camera, you can intuitively check the photos that are waiting for printing in the queue.

More importantly, the photo printer is able to print single frame in your video, and the printed photo contains dynamic video data. Similar with Lifeprint 3×4.5, all you need to do is simply check the dynamic images with your phone camera via its companion app. Moreover, the photo printer can load 10 sheets of 2×3-inch ZINK paper to create smudge-proof prints. Its app helps you optimize and decorate your photos before printing. In addition, its built-in rechargeable battery is capable of printing 35 photos between charges.

HP Sprocket pocket photo printer is priced at $129.95 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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