HP Deskjet 3720: The World’s Smallest All-In-One Printer – All the features, half the size! | AD

That time is here. The time when soon-to-be students across the country start thinking about all the things they are going to need when they start uni. What colour pots and pans do I need? What bedding should I get? Do I need a new laptop? I suppose I’m going to need a printer….

And then they start looking. And they discover that printers are MASSIVE! If you are moving into a single room in halls, the chances are that you just don’t have enough room for a normal sized printer – it would just fill up too much space!

Even if you aren’t a student in fact, we are all living in small spaces for big money – and the last thing we need is a printer filling up our entire desk space!

Well, now HP have created a printer to challenge all printers – a printer that not only prints, but photocopies and scans, but in half the size!

Not only that, but you can run the whole thing from your phone! The HP All-in-one printer app allows you to print using the wifi, straight from your phone – it’s just designed to be space saving and easy to use!

At just 14cm high, 40cm wide and 18cm deep, it truly fits it’s tagline of “the world’s smallest all-in-one printer” – and at only £49.99 the price tag ain’t bad either!

The Deskjet 3720 is very cleverly designed too – when you aren’t using it, the paper tray and print tray both slide back into the printer so you can tuck it away easily, and instead of a lid that you open for the scanner, you simple feed the document you want to copy or scan into the top, and your photocopy comes out into the normal print tray – all designed to save space. For me, it really is the perfect home printer – it has everything you need for a home or student office, but half the size!

The HP Deskjet 3720 can be found on the HP website. HP can also be found on Twitter and Facebook.

*The HP Deskjet 3720 was kindly gifted to me by HP but as always, all opinions are my own.

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    June 19, 2017 at 9:00 pm

    Sounds perfect! I may have to get one of these when I go back to university, thanks for letting us know 🙂



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      July 11, 2017 at 12:28 am

      Hi again,

      How much is the ink for the printer and how long does it last? I know that some printers use up so much ink and as student that is something I cannot afford.


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    August 21, 2017 at 7:49 pm

    This sounds amazing! I was so shocked when you said it was just £50! Definitely going to be trying this, my current printer would take up way too much room!

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    Mark Davis
    November 23, 2017 at 8:08 am

    Size and price is very reasonable of this printer. I can work on it very easily and quickly. I’m happy to use it.

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