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HP Sprocket Select Portable 2.3x3.4" Instant Photo Printer (Eclipse) Print Pictures on Zink Sticky-Backed Paper from your iOS & Android Device.

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Eclipse
Printer
Brand HP
Printer Output Color
Print media Glossy photo paper
Printing Technology Zink Technology
Connectivity Technology Bluetooth

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  • Print 30% larger photos in an instant – Connect with the HP Sprocket app using Bluetooth, and quickly print photos 30% larger than those of the original HP Sprocket
  • Exclusive fashionable photo features – Curate your photos with the HP Sprocket app, and access exclusive designer features, frames, filters, and stickers for your pictures
  • Personalize your prints – Take a picture of your own doodles and turn them into custom stickers, using the free HP Sprocket app
  • Tag-to-print – Easily find and print social media photos from your smartphone—hashtag a photo in social media and use the HP Sprocket app to seamlessly filter for printing
  • Slim, portable design – This thin, portable photo printer is designed to match your style and go virtually anywhere
  • Augmented reality fun – Use the HP Sprocket app to unlock content in augmented reality and view shared print queues, hidden videos, and more
  • Includes HP Zink photo paper – Load the 10 sheets of HP ZINK 2.3x3.4" sticky-backed paper into your portable picture printer and create smudge-proof photos and stickers for journaling for your creative projects
  • One-year limited warranty – Get help with 24-hour, 7 days a week FREE HP Web support. See specification sheet for terms and conditions

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instant printing smartphone photo journaling
print custom sticky-backed photos from smartphone social media

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smartphone printing sticky-backed photos from social media

Main features

Edit photos from your camera roll or social media with exclusive stickers and create sticky-backed 2.3 x 3.4" prints.

wi-fi printing photo supplies bluetooth

Additional features

Craft a photo journal on the go with print supplies, a rechargeable battery and connectivity capabilities.

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Functions

Portable printer designed for on-the-go sticky-backed photos

Functions

Portable printer produces larger sticky-backed photos for creativity

Functions

Printer that provides durable, high-quality photos with customization

Media sizes supported (inches)

2 x 3

Media sizes supported (inches)

2.3 x 3.4

Media sizes supported (inches)

4 x 6

Printing technology

Zero Ink technology, ZINK papers required

Printing technology

Zero Ink technology, ZINK papers required

Printing technology

Dye sublimation technology, cartridges required

Power source

Rechargeable internal battery

Power source

Rechargeable internal battery

Power source

AC-powered with optional external battery

Dimensions (inches)

3.15 x 4.63 x 0.98

Dimensions (inches)

3.48 x 5.13 x 0.69

Dimensions (inches)

6.65 x 10.75 x 2.68

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Compatibility
Plus, Select Sprocket, Plus, Select Plus, Select Sprocket, Plus, Select, Studio Sprocket, Plus, Select
Maximum capacity
60 pages N/A 1 photo 15 photos 36 photos
Materials
Dotted paper sheets, pen Faux leather, cloth interior Sticker sheets, easel LED light clips Mini stickers, scrapbook paper
Dimensions (inches)
8.34 x 5.9 x 0.98 4.13 x 6.1 x 0.98 4.75 x 8.50 x 0.25 89.37 x 0.79 x 1.93 6.5 x 3.25 x 1.0
Weight (lb)
0.9 0.2 0.12 0.11 0.17

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Color Eclipse Luna Pearl White White Original Version Plus White
Item Dimensions 5.13 x 3.48 x 0.69 inches 4.63 x 3.15 x 0.98 inches 10.75 x 6.65 x 2.68 inches 3 x 5 x 1 inches 0.69 x 3.25 x 5.48 inches 3.5 x 5.59 x 0.71 inches
Model Year 2019 2017

Product description

Color:Eclipse  |  Style:Printer

Make the moment yours with the HP Sprocket Select. Download the free HP Sprocket app to access exclusive designer features for your pictures, customize your photos with doodles before printing, and unlock content in augmented reality. Search the app by hashtag to seamlessly filter and print social media photos from your smartphone. Produce glossy 2.3x3.4" sticky-based photos 30% larger than the original Sprocket's, and transform them into curated memories.

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Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Mixed feelings and lots of opinions on this printer (see details). Conditionally recommended
By C. Okamuro on March 7, 2020
As a photographer, I've had a long history with color printers. Starting with a 24-pin 4-color dot matrix, though my 9-color Epson P800. While some inkjets are capable of photo-realistic prints, it wasn't always that way. For me, if I wanted to have near-minilab quality prints that were lightfast and waterproof, I had to use my dye-sublimation printers (Canon SELPHY and Kodak Professional 1400). With dye-sublimation printers, you have multi-color ribbons that get heated to the point that the dye vaporized and deposits on special polymer-coated paper.

Dye-sublimation benefits are:
Rather than the colors being formed by dithering, each dot formed by dye-sublimation is (theoretically) the exact 24-bit color value
There are no inks to clog a printhead, run out in the middle of a print job, or require printhead cleaning
The prints are waterproof

Weaknesses are:
Even though dye-sublimation does not require the extra resolution required by dithering, the relatively low resolution (300dpi) limits the maximum sharpness you can have
Multiple passes through the print engine causes inevitable color registration issues, impacting sharpness and color accuracy
Contrast can be limited, without a black component on the ribbon
You're very limited when it comes to sourcing consumables

I was surprised to see that HP had a line of small dye-sublimation printers, as it appeared that Kodak and Canon had pretty much abandoned the space. I got the HP Sprocket Studio Go Bundle (3XT68A) with the expectation of using it as an event/party printer. You get a nylon carry bag, a printer, a battery pack, a power supply, a ribbon cartridge, and some paper. Load the paper into the tray (glossy side up), carefully slide the ribbon into the side of the printer, and hook up the power. That's it for the physical setup. Next, you load the app on your phone or tablet (I loaded the Android app on my Google Pixel 3 XL). It was pretty off-putting that I had to grant location permissions (!) to the app, in order to complete the install. Once installed, the app is pretty intuitive - mostly because there's very little functionality. It detected the printer through Bluetooth (worked on the first try). I hope you like the app, because there's no other way to use the printer.

In terms of functionality, it was a bit of a mixed bag. Once you select a photo in the app, you have some limited capabilities you can leverage. You can crop and rotate the image (more on that in a second). You can also change brightness/contrast and color HSV. You can apply filters, and add embellishments. Since the functions respond to device gestures, it's a little too easy to accidentally rotate the image - without a way to reset the rotation to 0 degrees. Zooming and cropping is pretty straightforward. The rest of the image adjustments are hard to properly evaluate on a phone, as you can't see histograms and you can't zoom in to see the impact of your adjustments. Once you have the image the way you want it, hit print.

The app transfers the print job to the printer. About 60 seconds later, you have a completed photo. The ribbon is made up of four sections per print - cyan, magenta, yellow, and clear. The paper makes four passes through the mechanism, laying down each color. The prints I generated looked pretty good. Good, in this context, requires some explanation. These prints are not as good as what you'd get from a minilab, but you can't carry a minilab around with you. A quirk to keep in mind is that the printer, because it needs to feed the paper multiple passes, can't print edge-to-edge vertically. That means that there are vertical tear offs, similar to what we had back in the tractor-feed fan-fold paper days. What I found out, was that you should not crop the top of the picture very closely, as you're going to lose about 3/16". This is your best option for portably printing 6x4 photos, which is where the battery pack and carry bag come in.

The mobile-specific features leave me with the impression that a sales or marketing person was in charge of the product requirements. Basically, the fixed-installation printer was paired up with a battery pack and a bag. The lack of battery integration makes the inclusion seem like an afterthought. If the design requirements included portability from the start, I don't think the printer would have had a barrel connector for the DC power input. If you need 60W, why not use USB-C with PD? That would also make it easier to not have an oddball power bank (as it charges with the same barrel connector). I mean... what if you want to bring this to an event where you will out-print your power reserve?

Consumables are always an issue with printers. With dye-sublimation printers, it's supposed to be fairly controlled, as you know EXACTLY how many prints your ribbon is good for. HP does the normal "new printer" thing, by only giving you enough ribbon and paper for 10 prints. Once you've exhausted that, you're going to have to source more, right? As it turns out, while the 4KK83A is available from sellers on Amazon, the cheapest option is actually HP's online store (with free overnight shipping). It ends up around $.47 per print, which isn't bad.

If you're approaching this from the standpoint of having a printer that's roughly the equivalent of a digital Polaroid, with some Instagram-ish features, you're going to LOVE this. The main shortcomings of the HP Sprocket Studio are due to tying the thing to a smartphone - which is not a problem, if you knew that going in. If want more control, you're going to need a PC-connected dye-sublimation printer in this form factor (6x4) - a Canon SELPHY. Conditionally recommended.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Great photo printer, a few caveats though...
By Vlad on February 2, 2020
I loved this printer, and I struggled to not give it five stars. Let me elaborate. I got this printer to do my family album. Printing with this one, costs me about 0.44$, on the spot. Printing with some of the online retailers, it cost me about 0.11$ plus shipping (unless ordering 30+$), and I have to wait to get the finish product.
Setting it up was easy (there is video proof), running it was a breeze, the prints were awesome, shouldn't have any complaints. I got a few. My main complain is the top and bottom edge of the pictures. When you finish printing, you have to tear the top and bottom. This leaves a rough finish on those edges that although barely noticeable, triggers my OCD.
Other thoughts:
The display for this printer is your phone, thus make sure your phone can handle the app before you buy. Also, this one has a neat feature were you can see the which print is coming when aiming your phone camera at the printing picture and short videos embedded in your live pictures. To me this is just a gimmick but I can see how some people would find it too cool and thus I pointed it out.
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Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Smeared photos after a few prints.
By Matvey Shkiler on December 31, 2019
Printed a few photos and after six prints it started to print smeared photos.
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Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2020
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2.0 out of 5 stars Blue Tint in The Pictures
By Jennifer Kroninger on March 6, 2020
The HP Sprocket Select I found to be easy to use. The first picture I printed out off of social media was just a quote. That printed out just fine. Any regular photos printed out so so. Any areas where there were shadows printed out bluish. Some you could even see faint blue streaks in them go through the whole photo. I didn't expect perfection, but I don't want bluish tint in my pictures for my journaling. I'm planning to return it next week.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Comparing it to the Instax...
By Ariel Meadow Stallings on October 8, 2019
I've had an Instax printer for several years, and see this little printer as fulfilling a similar need: quick cute prints right from your phone.

Size-wise, this HP has a similar footprint, but omg when you compare the widths -- WOW. It's like a third the thickness of the Instax.

Unlike the Instax, the HP is rechargable using a micro USB cord, which is GREAT. Less new batteries to buy and old batteries in the trash is always a good thing.

App-wise, the experiences are similar. You send a picture to the app, and it prints. The Instax is more fiddly though because it prints through a WiFi network instead of a Bluetooth connection like the HP does. The HP app feels more bloated though... What are all these AR options and bla bla. Just print the dang picture!

Photo-quality wise, the HP has bolder color, bit some weird green tones that show up around the edges. Instax is a lighter exposure print, but man that FILM feel can't be beat. It's part of what I love about the Instax: it makes digital photos feel like film... Whereas the HP is clearly very much a digital print of a digital photo. It doesn't have that poloroid-esque vibe of the Instax, which I really do love.

So in summary: the HP wins on almost all fronts: it's slimmer, rechargable, and prints with richer colors. But there's just no beating an instax for that film vibe. I'm gonna call it a tie and say that maybe these printers aren't as similar a niche as I thought.... If you're getting the HP, you don't care about the film vibe. It does digital very very well!!!
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