Don’t be surprised if you see us in the street, carrying this printer from office to home and vice-versa. This printer, the HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3775 All-in-One, can print wirelessly, is part of HP’s efforts to strengthen family ties.
HP has tagged this printer as “Print A+ quality wirelessly anytime and help your child shine” and based on its compact form and light, easy on the eye colors, we can see why HP is saying that. It is very easy to use and takes a small amount of time to get a grip on how everything works, so you can run off to your child and teach them how operate this printer.
The 3775 wants to be a part of your family and it tries to be by looking the least intimidating machine we’ve ever set our eyes on. It’s a cute and fun device that even big boys and girls will want to have in their rooms. You can use it to print out your homework, or your children’s, or your younger siblings’ home works. We know we always mention how user-friendly a device can be, but this one takes things a step further, because every operation on it is radically simple.
The printer is so compact and light in the arms, you can virtually take this device anywhere you can go as long as there’s a power outlet. You want to take it to the beach and print out recently taken photos to distribute to friends and families? It can be done, no problem.
The buttons are found on surface of the printer and it’s pretty straightforward: There’s the Wi-Fi Direct button that will, two copy buttons – one for black and white, the second for colored. It can’t get any easier than that.
It has all the primary functions a printer only has to need: Print, Scan, and Copy. It can print wirelessly through Wi-Fi Direct, meaning this device itself packs its own Wi-Fi that your phone can connect with to print out documents downloaded through your phone.
It also has the standard cable that you can use to connect to your desktop and laptop.
This is far from an enterprise-grade printer, so don’t expect rapid-fire printing. However, print quality goes all the way through the roof, and in spite of its size, produces some of the finest prints we’ve seen.