PALO ALTO, Calif. -- With a new school year quickly approaching, HP offers a wide array of PCs and printers designed to help students of all ages succeed in the learning environment.
HP Photosmart e-All-in-One printers have it all for students
HP today introduced two all-in-one printers with HP ePrint technology, enabling students to print from any web-connected device.(1) The new lineup also gives students access to wireless printing through AirPrint™ from any iPad®, iPhone® or iPod® touch and through HP wireless direct printing,(2) meaning there’s no need for a local Wi-Fi internet connection.
- The HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One printer delivers high-quality documents and lab-quality, fade-resistant photos using five individual inks. It also has a large, vibrant touchscreen enabled with popular print apps, such as Crayola and Scholastic, for printing web content without connecting to a PC.(1) The HP Photosmart 7520 will be available in early September at HP Home & Home Office for $199, and at select retailers.(3)
- The HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One printer offers similar features and is the perfect compact device for people who need to scan, copy and print photos, web content and everyday documents. The HP Photosmart 6520 will be available later this month at HP Home & Home Office for $149, and at select retailers.(3)
Best tech for the connected coed
HP has products for students who demand high performance and uncompromising style:
- The HP ENVY Ultrabook 4 is ideal for students whose schedules keep them on their feet from morning to night. Weighing a scant four pounds(4) and measuring one-inch thin, the HP ENVY Ultrabook 4 can go a full day without recharging,(5) all while students listen to music with Beats Audio™, look through photos and watch videos. Its refined metal finish complements the sleek and modern design of the HP ENVY110 e-All-in-One printer, which features automatic duplex printing and HP ePrint technology. The ENVY Ultrabook 4 and ENVY110 are available now at HP Home & Home Office for $749 and $249, respectively, and at select retailers.(3)
- The powerful HP Pavilion dv6 notebook is an ideal choice for entertainment, delivering powerful graphics and sound for an amazing multimedia experience, as well as everything necessary for completing schoolwork. The HP Pavilion dv6 is available at HP Home & Home Office for $579, and at select retailers.(3)
- Students can express themselves this school year with PC accessories and products from Snapfish by HP that will help them stand out. Available in eight flashy designs, including “ Stashe,” “ Zebra” and “ Poppy,” the HP X4000 Wireless Mouse complements any HP PC and makes navigating complex reports and grids a breeze. With Snapfish, students can create calendar collage posters and 11-inch x 14-inch lay-flat photo books, or choose any photo to create a personal photo skin for almost any device. The HP X4000 Wireless Mouse is available at HP Home & Home Office for $29, and at select retailers. Personalized products from Snapfish start at $9.99. (3)
- The HP Select Backpack makes it easy for students to carry a PC, books and other supplies, such as HP v165 flash drives. The backpack features multilayer padding to safeguard a PC, multiple compartments and comfortable straps for those long school days. Reports and presentations will never be lost again with HP v165 flash drives. Available in purple, red or blue, they allow students to carry their content in style. The HP Select Backpack and HP v165 flash drives are available now at HP Home & Home Office for $47 and $14, respectively, and at select retailers.(3)
Back-to-school tech for the whole family
A recent Wakefield Research survey commissioned by HP asked 1,000 parents with children ages 6 to 17 about their children’s PC use. The survey found that technology becomes a significant part of a child’s homework as early as age 10 and that in general, children are spending up to three hours a day on internet-connected devices. With HP’s computing and printing solutions, connecting to the internet is kid-friendly and parent-approved.
- Simple yet powerful, the elegant HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One PC complements any room and offers exclusive features, such as HP Magic Canvas and HP LinkUp, to satisfy all computing needs at a great value. It’s available now at HP Home & Home Office starting $649, and at select retailers.(3)
- The HP TouchSmart 320 PC is ideal for families with young children who will use touch for “edutainment” applications and games. It’s available now at HP Home & Home Office starting at $579, and at select retailers.(3)
- The HP ENVY Sleekbook 6 is ideal for parents looking to satisfy the demanding needs of their style-conscious tweens and teens without breaking the bank. The notebook’s sharp looks, Beats Audio, long battery life and affordable price make it a machine they’ll want to show off to their friends. It’s available now at HP Home & Home Office starting at $599, and at select retailers.(3)
- For the multitasking family, the HP Officejet 6700 Premium e-All-in-One merges high-quality color performance with enhanced productivity from print, copy, scan, fax and web functionalities. Students can finish projects fast—the 35-page automatic document feeder, 250-sheet paper tray and high-capacity (XL) cartridges provide printing with fewer interruptions—all for a low cost per page (6) It’s available at HP Home & Home Office for $149, and at select retailers.(3)
- HP Scheduled Delivery print apps allow families to choose the content they need most—maps, news, puzzles and more—and automatically push it at a specific time to select HP web-connected printers, such as the HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One.
Smart student bundles now available at HP Academy
The HP Academy purchase program offers exclusive savings on HP PCs, printers, software and accessories. The HP Academy is committed to helping students, educators and parents save money and simplify the purchasing process with product bundles for all ages and education needs.
- Microsoft® Xbox 360 Offer: Students get a free 4 GB Xbox 360 with the purchase of a qualifying Windows® PC (laptop or desktop) of $699 or more.(3)
- Ultimate Student Deal: For less than $900, customers can get the powerful and entertaining HP Pavilion dv6, Beats Solo Headphones and HP Photosmart 5510 e-All-in-One printer.(3)
- Student Solutions: Customers can save 25 percent on any inkjet printer priced at $129 or more with the purchase of any HP PC.(3)
Additional information is available at shopping.hp.com/bts.
HP service and support
HP is committed to delivering an exceptional, hassle-free support experience to every student, parent and educator, every day. All HP printing, imaging and PC products are backed by HP Total Care, the company’s award-winning support program for both in- and out-of-warranty products. HP Total Care includes access to phone support agents, online support options such as the HP consumer support forum, HP Facebook page and YouTube channel.
On Sept. 20, HP Consumer Support Forums will kick off the latest installment of its popular HP Expert Day event. For 24 hours, hundreds of HP Experts will converge on the forum to answer any and all questions about HP products. Log on to learn tips and tricks for all of the latest HP technologies, just in time to head back to school.
(1) Requires an internet connection to the printer. Feature works with any connected internet- and email-capable device. Print times may vary. Some HP LaserJet printers may require a firmware upgrade. A list of supported documents and image types is available at www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter. Additional solutions are available at www.hp.com/go/mobile-printing-solutions.
(2) Not available on all printers. Mobile device must be wireless-enabled. Printer must be HP ePrint-enabled. Feature may require drivers or apps, available for download at www.hp.com/go/eprintcenter.
(3) Estimated U.S. street prices. Actual prices may vary.
(4) Actual weight will vary by configuration.
(5) Battery life will vary depending on the product model, configuration, loaded applications, features, use, wireless functionality and power-management settings. The maximum capacity of the battery will naturally decrease with time and usage. Additional details are available at MobileMark07 battery benchmark at www.bapco.com/products/mobilemark2007.
(6) Many HP ink cartridges with recycled content include at least 50 percent recycled plastic by weight. Exact percentage of recycled plastic varies by model and over time, based on the availability of material.
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