HP Sprocket 2nd Edition Portable Photo Printer Review

Find one at HP: http://lon.tv/m6ve (affiliate link) – HP’s revised Sprocket is a fun portable photo printer that prints 2×3 photos on sticky paper. It won’t replace a fancier photo ink jet device but does have some cool features. See more printers: http://lon.tv/printers and subscribe! http://lon.tv/s

00:39 – Hardware overview and price
01:40 – Paper pack costs
02:04 – Battery life
03:04 – Loading paper and calibration sheet
03:58 – Sprocket mobile app
04:12 – No password protection for multi user
04:38 – Editing photos: adding stickers / frames / etc
06:04 – Print queue
06:32 – Print speed
07:15 – Augmented Reality / AR status monitoring
08:10 – Printing a video for AR / Augmented Reality playback
09:18 – Sharing AR Videos using Facebook / Instagram / Google
10:35 – Google Street View and location data embed
11:34 – Embedded experiences are optional
12:01 – Print quality
12:45 – Conclusion and final thoughts

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Toomuch Sauce says:

Neat little toy. But $129 price point doesn’t match for a toy (at least not my budget). I can see maybe paying $79 or so for this as a basic plain vanilla print only model, without all the AR /snapchat like overlay nonsense. Could be really nice way to print ad hoc badge photos at conferences, user groups, family reunions, etc.

Señor Dossier [Retroreviews & más] says:

It reminds me one of those Canon mini printers from the early 2000’s

Edgar Hollywood says:


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Thank you Mr lon for posting something different, I was got tired of all that AI,usb,thunder,i7 or whatnot, please keep uploading stuff like this when you have time. Thank you

Stephanie McKeon says:

This looks like a fun device for a youngster to play around with. It’s too bad it relies on HP’s Sprocket app to recognize the AR features, because who knows 20 years form now if you’ll be able to access it. I think for a grown up they’ll want maybe better picture quality and a 4×6 size option. And what’s with that awful speckle paint and stupid roku ribbon?

Ann Elisabeth says:

With a Canon Selphy you can print from a computer. Directly from Photoshop, if you like. Works great for printing out 6 passport photos on one sheet. But there’s no battery in the printer, and it’s much bigger. Print quality is better, but not up to photographic prints.

راغب للمعلوميات says:

thank you my friend

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