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Bring out your kids’ creativity with world’s smallest inkjet all-in-one printer

More than an institution where young minds are shaped with academic lessons, school is also a place where students can also learn new skills, improve their talents and showcase their creativity.

Bring out your kids’ creativity with world’s smallest inkjet all-in-one printer

This school year, parents can give their children a boost in discovering new skills and unlocking imagination by investing in a reliable and cost-efficient all-around printer that can help bring out their child’s creativity, at home and in school.

With all-in-one printers such as the HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3700, elementary and high school learners will not only be able to conveniently print assignments and home works, they can also showcase their creativity through colorful projects such as arts and crafts presentations, posters, collages, and photo albums.

Whatever challenging school home works and projects their kids will tackle at school, parents can be sure the compact and wireless HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3700 can showcase the young ones’ creativity through producing vivid and quality photos and documents.

As the world's smallest inkjet all-in-one printer, the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer may be considered "little", but it is capable of doing big tasks such as copying, printing, and scanning.

And with its affordable inkjet cartridges, parents wouldn’t have to worry about printing all the artworks their kids need for their school projects. They can even help the kids with printing home works and putting the projects together by using the HP Smart App, downloadable from Apple Store and Google Play, to print photos on the HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3700.

With the HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3700, parents can encourage their kids to continue discovering their creative and artistic side while enjoying another school year.

Topics: HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3700 , HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer , printer , wireless
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