Jul 26, 2012

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A+ printing with celebrity parents and HP Ink Advantage printers

Families and students experienced the joys of A+ printing at the launch of the HP’s new line of Ink Advantage Printers held recently at the SM North Annex in Quezon City. Dubbed Print’n’Play: Empowering education with modern printing technology, the launch treated mall-goers to fun learning activities and a talk show featuring celebrity parents Christine Jacob-Sandejas, TintinBersola-Babao and Paolo Abrera who shared their experiences on how printing helped their children shine in school.

Hosted by DJ Delamar Arias, the launch highlighted the productivity and cost-efficient benefits of HP’s five new printer models that include the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 2515 All-in-One, HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 4615 All-in-One, HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 4625 e-All-in-One, HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3525 and HP 5525 e-All-in-One printers.

Veteran news anchor Paolo Abrera shared how the new HP printers make learning more fun for his kids: “My kids and I love the preloaded print apps that come with the HP Ink Advantage 5525 printer. The educational games keep them occupied and develop their minds at the same time,” he said.

Busy glam mom and TV personality Christine Jacob-Sandejas appreciates how the HP Ink Advantage 4625 e-All-in-One printer helped her and her children keep up with the fast-paced world. “I was never a techie before and we didn’t have printers or computers during our time. But now that I see how important printers have become in schools, I learned how to give my children the opportunity to access the printer from anywhere through HP ePrint. So we set up an email account for the printer and now they can have it printed wherever they may be and just pick up their printed homework as they arrive home,” she said.

Journalist and TV host TintinBersola-Babao also shared how printing has enriched her kids’ learning experience: “The ease of use, the printing speed and cost of inks of today’s printers just surprise me. My 7-year-old kid has a lot of paper-heavy homework which she prints by herself at home, from coloring materials to printouts of educational websites that require a lot of ink. But HP inks can print a lot of pages, and the cartridge itself is not as costly as they were before,” she said.

Like doting parents Paolo, Christine and Tintin, help your kids shine in school through high-quality schoolwork and projects with low running costs with the innovative HP Ink Advantage system.



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