Daddy M from www.thewackyduo.com shares his review of the latest HP Print Apps. Read on to check out what he and his kids think of them.
Getting a printer used to be a complicated affair. In the early days of printers, we had a choice of dot martix printers, ink jet printers and laser printers.
In addition, we had a choice of photo printers, all in ones (AIO) or single function print only printers. Not only were there a mydrid of choices, the quality of print also differed significantly among brands and the models within the brands.
Today, as technology advances, printers have evolved to a stage where it is difficult to distinguish between the brands.
Function-wise, it would not be surprising to find multifunction printers that have print, scan and copy features built into an affordable machine. Furthermore, most new printers include WiFi capabilities that can link up to the home network for ease of printing.
To differentiate itself from the rest of the brands out there, Hewlett Packard (HP) has introduced HP Print Apps for Work, Education and Play. The HP Print Apps are available exclusively to HP range of web- connected printers.
In our case, the apps are found on the control panel of the HP Photosmart 5520, a web-connected printer that was provided for this review.