Reinvent learning with essentials from HP

posted July 17, 2019 at 05:58 pm
by  Manila Standard
The start of classes signals the beginning of another year of learning. With its lineup of PCs and printers that cater to a student’s every need, HP Philippines makes learning even more exciting with its lineup of back-to-school promos! 

A handy and powerful laptop like the HP Pavilion x360 is every student’s best friend when doing school work. It boasts of power and unmatched flexibility to help them achieve their academic goals and even pursue their passions.

The perfect device to complement HP laptops is a dependable and easy-to-use printer such as the HP Ink Advantage line of printers. Students, as well as their entire family, can conveniently print reports, papers, charts, photos, and so much more with their trusty HP wireless printer.

Special back-to-school offers from HP

This back to school season, parents can enjoy special promos for both HP laptops and printers! Let your kids become the envy of every sneakerhead in school as every purchase of participating HP laptops powered by the latest Intel Core processors come with up to P6,000 in Shoe Vouchers from Sole Academy.  

While all purchases of participating HP Ink Tank, DeskJet Ink Advantage, and LaserJet printers from any authorized HP reseller nationwide comes with a free HP Odyssey backpack, perfect for comfortably bringing everything needed for class.

Hurry and grab these learning essentials from HP, as both promos run until July 31, 2019 only. Visit for more information.  

Topics: HP Philippines , HP Ink Tank , DeskJet Ink Advantage , LaserJet printers
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