I live in London, I’m single, and I’m not rich, therefore the size and quality of my living space has been somewhat compromised. I work from home but my ‘home office’ is my bedroom, and I choose to work from cafés or, you know, bed for the most part. My available surface space is the top of a chest of drawers, which until now was allocated to my record player, a lamp and all sorts of tat that I couldn’t be bothered to actually put away at that exact moment.
Owning a printer in these circumstances seemed unfeasible, but trekking to the library and spending 4 hours on a computer from about 1926 to do any scanning or printing is not the way I want to live. Enter: HP Deskjet 3720, the world’s smallest all-in-one printer. A quick bit of rearranging later (putting books back on a bookshelf and moving my random foreign currency and unnecessarily large pot of hoop earrings elsewhere) and I had my new printer comfortably set up, and printed a few of my favourite snaps from a trip to America last summer. Handily, you can print wirelessly (including from mobile devices via a very easy to use app), and affordably with HP Instant Ink, an ink replacement service which saves you up to 70% on ink costs. It has ink levels in your printer monitored wirelessly and new ink cartridges sent out to you when you’re running low (starting at £1.99 per month) so you never run out.
If you would like to win your own HP Deskjet 3720 with a year’s worth of HP Instant Ink and a pack of HP Social Media Snapshots photo paper, simply follow me on Instagram @hannahlouisef and share a photo of your desk-space on your own Instagram with the hashtag #HPShelfie. Competition ends October 12th. Good luck!
*post in collaboration with HP*