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13th Nov 2018

Love talking pictures on your phone? Put the ‘Sprocket’ on top of your Christmas list

I'm obsessed.

Denise Curtin

I’m a photo fiend.

As much as I hate to admit this, my camera roll on my iPhone currently sits at 6,856 photos. Yes, that bad.

I’m “one of those” who take multiple pics to capture “the shot”. I love taking snaps of everything from travelling to eating, I just honestly find such joy in photographing my daily life and the things that make me happy.

I find pictures are an incredible source of comfort, happiness and a reminder of all the good times even on the dullest of days.

From making scrapbooks to printing images for my wall, I believe keeping them in sight and in mind is truly such a lovely thing and so, the latest product to drop this Christmas from HP is my new best friend.

Having landed just this month in Curry’s PC World and Harvey Norman stores across Ireland, the HP Sprocket brings your phone images to life in literally the touch of a button.

Not only is it small and perfect to pop into your handbag but, it also works via Bluetooth meaning no messy wires or setup when printing your pictures directly off the device.

The images also come in a cute 2 x 3″ size which are stickable, smudge-proof and water-resistant.

The picture quality is also incredible and I had far too much fun playing with mine last weekend. Getting the gift bundle was also the best idea (and a great one to note for photo lovers this Christmas) as it comes with a case for your Sprocket, a string of fairy lights with clips for hanging your pics AND 10 sheets of Sprocket photo paper to get you started.

The gift set

What I also adore about this nifty little device is the fact that you can edit your pictures on the Sprocket app before printing, giving them that personalised touch by adding art and filters.

Prices for the HP Spocket start at €149 with the gift bundle available here for €169.99.

A present that will certainly keep your snap happy loved ones content all season long. Santa, if you’re listening… you know the drill.