First off, my apologies for the delay!
Lets get to it shall we?
One of the things that made me bounce when HP asked if I wanted to review the machine was the ability to print from any computer via email. Email? Yup, email. You can email a document from any machine anywhere in the world to the unique email address you crate for the printer! It took all of 10 minutes to create the email address and once that was done I could print from anywhere and the pages were waiting for me when I got home. For someone like me who forgets what I did 5 minutes ago this is a huge thing, I think about printing a document, I print it. Easy peasy. I could also tell Paul to email a document directly to the printer instead of waiting for it to come through my email then printing, saves a lot of time 🙂
Oh, one of the nicest features is the Facebook application. You get a unique code, you enter the code into Facebook and wham bam thank you ma’am, you can see all your albums directly on the printer and then choose which pictures you want to print (especially helpful if you have lost the original images on your computer, hypothetically speaking of course).
The machine also connects to a host of other web apps such as Crayola, DreamWorks, HP Quick Forms, Web Sudoku and so many more.
Aaron and I printed out colouring pages from Crayola. We printed Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon masks, colouring pages, door hangers and character models from Dream Works as well as super cool paper airplanes that we cut out and folded together.
Here are some of the cool crafts we made!
My entire family has made such good use of this machine. From keeping Aaron entertained to Paul sending me important documents to scanning my paperwork and printing photos to keep the grandmas happy.
I can highly recommend this as a great home printer!