HP Deskjet Ink Advantage A+ Malaysians

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Lookie here – I got the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer with me.  It’s an AIO (All-In-One) means that it’s a Printer, Scanner and Copier in one.

HP is showcasing their current “HP Ink Advantage = A+” campaign – where HP Printing helps students shine with their highly affordable printing solution. This campaign highlights the use of the printer for students and parents of students who needs a high quality, reliable and highly affordable printer. They boast ultra low-cost printing with RM 27 per cartridge for up to 600 pages.

Yep – that’s RM 0.04 per print!

Having been a long time loyal HP printer user, this HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer and cartridge series is no doubt another stunning piece of hardware and technology from the tech giant.


About the “HP Ink Advantage = A+” campaign

HP Ink Advantage = A+ campaign primarily targets students with an A+ tool that helps improve creative and learning experience. If you’re a student, or a parent to a student, you would understand how much reliability, high quality and affordability are key factors in choosing the right printer to print homeworks, assignments, etc. Apparently, this HP Ink Advantage series provides up to 50% savings from normal printers – which means you don’t need to think twice before printing.

This campaign was also showcased on their HP Malaysia YouTube channel as well. Of course, you can also check out the campaign in other SEA countries at their other YouTube channel here.

Check out the video below on the Malaysian HP Ink Advantage A+ campaign.

Actually, it doesn’t matter if you’re a student, a parent to a student, an entrepreneur, a working professional, etc – we all have expectations on our printing needs. The three key points highlighted by HP (High quality, reliability and affordability) tops the list on what we all look for.


Unboxing the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage

As someone who works from home (yours truly), having the perfect printer, scanner and copier is a necessity – just like the need for an internet connection. There is absolutely no compromise when I hunt for a new printer. All these years, HP printers have not disappointed me.

Obviously, I got the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer for myself. OBVIOUSLY!

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Because we just got over the CNY high, it’s time for me to unbox the printer and show you what’s in the box. Check out my unboxing video below, where not only will you get to see what’s in the packaging, but I’ll run through some quick overview of the printer and pop in the ink cartridges.

Am I an A+ Malaysian?

Snapshot - 2I have now started to hook up the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer and installed all the necessary drivers and softwares. I have started to print several test pages. I will start to use their scan and copy functions very soon – which I will definitely share on this blog.

So far, in less than a week with the printer (just past Chinese New Year and back to regularly scheduled work routine), I am indeed more than pleased with the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer.

Their YouTube teaser campaign video asked if I am an A+ Malaysian….??? Will this HP Ink Advantage printer help me harness my creativity and improve my performance to excel? Without hesitation, I am happy to announce that, indeed…

I am an A+ Tech Blogger!!!

Moving forward, I will continue to share my experiences with you on this HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer – when I print, copy and scan stuff, when I change the ink cartridge (that’s gonna be awhile, after 600 prints) and every other experience with the printer. So, do check back my blog for more…

For more information on the HP Ink Advantage = A+ campaign and the printers in the series, check out the HP website at http://www8.hp.com/my/inkadvantage. Also don’t forget to *LIKE* their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/HPmalaysia

*This is a sponsored post with a review unit from HP Malaysia.

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