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Which is the best HP all in one photo printer?

 

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Answered by Ayush Aggarwal
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HP all in one photo printer


 Do you want to print your photos but too lazy to go to a digital studio? Want to print photos directly from your phone or any device without any hassle? Here's the solution to all your photo printing problem.


HP has brought the power of printing right in your hands.Every family around the world has a special moment to capture almost every day; new pet, a new achievement or anything small or big. Most of them remain and live forever inside mobiles phones or their hard disk. HP with its new Envy photo series printer wants to change this and wants every family to live that same moment every day at a very affordable price.

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Yes, we are growing in cloud storage technology, but who doesn't want a tangible memory! Maybe its old school but a printed photo has its own value. To relive the memory, HP has introduced its all new ALL IN ONE ENVY PHOTO SERIES. It's the best series of the printer for printing the best quality of photos at home. With its borderless printing feature, it gives the best quality borderless photos that are suitable for hanging on the wall or making an album or a collage. Unlike all the other printers it is very easy to setup, is equipped with Bluetooth smart for fast wifi setup within a minute to the home network using HP smart app. With HP smart app you can print pictures from the cloud, camera-roll and even from social media directly.With its dual-band wifi, it offers extremely good connectivity.  You can even order ink with the help of HP smart app and with the instant ink option, ink is ordered directly by the printer so you never run out of ink. It's hp's most versatile printer for home with a mono 2.2-inch touchscreen, which can scan, copy or print anything document at a fast speed.
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