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|Package Weight||0.7 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.1 x 3.6 x 1.6"|
|Camera Resolution||5 MP|
|Camera||Lens Size: 24mm Lens Cap: No, scratch resistant lens Touch Panel: No Tripod Mount: Yes Power Switch: Yes|
|Flash Functions and Features||Automatic LED dual-color flash|
|Self Timer||Yes, 10 second timer button|
|View Finder||Yes, pop up/mode switch|
|Picture Mode Layouts||Yes, selfie mirror|
|Focus Features||2.3' / 70 cm, minimum|
|Standard Print Languages||No|
|Standard Connectivity||Bluetooth 3.0|
|Mobile Printing Capability||Yes, through the Sprocket app|
|Memory||512 MB (standard & maximum)|
|Memory Slots||1 x microSD (supports cards up to 256 GB; card not included)|
|Media Types Supported||HP ZINK|
|Print Resolution||Color: 313 x 400 dpi (best)|
|Paper Handling||Standard Paper Trays: 1 Input Capacity Maximum (photo paper): Up to 10 sheets|
|Control Panel||Power button|
|Display||Left Charge Light Red: Charging Green: Charge Complete Right Status Light White: Power On White (Slowly Flashing): Processing print job White (Quickly Flashing): Booting up Red (Flashing): No paper/20 photos remaining on card Red: Paper jam/cover open/low battery/storage full/other error|
|Compatible Operating Systems||iOS: 8.0 and above Android: 4.4 and above|
|Supported iOS Devices||iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPod touch (6th generation), iPad Pro (9.7"), iPad Pro (12.9"), iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad (5th generation), iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4|
|Power Supply Type||2-cell / 850 mAh / 7.4 V Lithium-ion polymer (LiPo) internal battery|
|Power Consumption||Standby: 0.9 W Average: 15.91 W (based on first print) Max: 34.49 W (per page at 77°F / 25°C)|
|Operating Temperature||Range: 41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C Recommended: 59 to 90°F / 15 to 32°C|
|Storage Temperature||-22 to 158°F / -30 to 70°C|
|Humidity||Operating/Recommended: 5 to 70% Non-Operating: 5 to 90%|
|Minimum System Requirements||None|
|Dimensions||3.05 x 4.80 x 1.14" / 7.75 x 12.19 x 2.90 cm|
|Weight||6.72 oz / 190 g|
|Media Sizes Supported||2.0 x 3.0" / 5.1 x 7.6 cm|
The tiny HP Sprocket Photo Printer can produce wallet-size prints from your phone or tablet's photo albums or your social media accounts, although its output quality could be better.
Fast photo printing., Highly portable., Prints from your phone or tablet's photo albums., Easy integration with Facebook, Instagram, and Flickr.
Limited to wallet-size (2-by-3) prints., Can only print from smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth.
If you can afford its initial and ongoing costs and aren't looking to hang your work in a museum, the HP Sprocket Photo Printer is a simple and enjoyable way to get photos off your phone.
The HP Sprocket is exceptionally easy to use and prints straight from your phone. The image editing tools bring fun to an otherwise ordinary task.
Print quality is average and the cost of replacement paper can add up quickly.
I’ve reviewed a couple other printers very similar to the HP Sprocket, so I wasn’t expecting the resulting prints to be much if any different than ones I’ve been using for years. But I actually was surprised.
Easy setup, Quick photo prints, Crisp and good color
This was actually announced over a year ago but due to a change of agency it was only when sometime later I spoke with them that one was forthcoming. The reason for speaking was another such printer recently reviewed from another manufacturer.
HP's Sprocket is the newest novelty photo printer to enter the market, aiming to make portable social image printing as fun as possible.
If you think that photo printing is dead, just head down to your local Wal Mart. You’re bound to see at least one person hanging out at the DIY photo printing booth. Are these the same kind of people who still read the newspaper and write letters to each other?
A fun compact printer that you can take with you anywhere. Pricey prints and mediocre quality only do a little to take away from its charm: it’s a great gift that keeps on giving.
No ink refills, Very easy to use, Fun app
Variable print quality, Expensive prints
I have to admit I was immediately excited by the idea of a pocket printer that could take a phone from your phone and bring it into the real world. After using the Sprocket I think that excitement has been easily met with the delivery of a great product.
The HP Sprocket will give you the opportunity to print out your favourite pictures from your mobile device and let you have a lot of fun doing it.
Small and compact, portable, recharge battery, connects to your mobile via Bluetooth, print your social media images and from camera roll, decorate images with frames and filters.
Quality is good not great - but's all about fun.
paper is kinda pricey, but this is the best for sharing memories. summer project is to print pictures and put together in scrapbook for grandsons to create their ‘story’—it’s a win/win, pictures AND stickers. so many of us don’t print pictures anymore and a generation is losing their history.
Really like this small printer. Nice and compact and works great for small prints. While I just got it, I can see many uses for it. I'm not into a lot of social media, but this will work great for some of the photos I take with my phone and want to share with others and not have to send them to a...
The HP Sprocket Photo Printer was a Great Purchase for me. I enjoy snapping pics with my phone of friends and family. The instant prints are a fun way to share the pics right from your phone using the friendly app.
This is an impressive and innovative product for a couple of reasons. It uses photo paper that is completely self-contained, in the sense that it doesn’t require any ink or other (liquidy) chemicals. It is also the first printer I have ever used that has a rechargeable battery for pure mobile usage.
This tiny little printer creates surprisingly crisp photos. Once you have it set up, it is really easy to use and, best of all, it doesn’t require any ink whatsoever! The “photo” paper uses some kind of chemical reaction to create the print.
The photos are small, and the paper is not super cheap, between 80 cents and one dollar per sheet when you buy a 50 sheet pack. The setup page on the HP website is OK, but I did have to look for better instructions to see the correct orientation of the calibration sheet that the printer uses before...
I really wanted to like this bc it’s so cute and portableUnfortunately the photos turned out super grainy and discolored, I tried the whole 10 pack before giving up and returning. I have a Fujifilm camera and even though the colors are unclear, it has a vintage look to it.
I was very excited to get my sprocket! Unfortunately it didn’t live up to my standards. Don’t get me wrong, it works great and does what it is supposed to, but the quality of the pictures is very grainy looking.
The sprocket was easy to set up and use with my iPhone. The picture quality exceeded my expectations. I can take it with me wherever I go, so I can share my photos with all my family and friends. I'm glad I made this fun purchase!
I’m a photo buff, I love taking them, printing them out for myself and sharing them...this is a great way to share on the spot. I think the quality is quite good for the fun and convenience you get....it’s a giant step up from the instant prints from years ago!