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So stock up for the school year, upgrade your home office, or just hook yourself up with a new gaming device at the HP 4th of July Sale. No matter your tech—or gifting—needs, HP’s 4th of July Sale is the place to get it.
Speaking of upgrading your home office, purchase any desktop or laptop at the HP 4th of July Sale and you get a Deskjet 3755 All-In-One printer for just $50. That’s $30 off the regular price. Or if you prefer, take $50 off HP’s awesome Tango wireless printer. It lets you print from any device, anywhere.
No matter which printer you choose, we’re willing to bet that your new HP printer will be about half the size, twice as quiet, and ten times easier to use than that monster that’s taking up so much space in your home office right now.
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You can even get free re-ups on ink, automatically delivered as often as you need them. The HP Smart app lets you subscribe. Your printer senses when the cartridge is low, and tells the app to order more from HP. It’s a tiered system that starts at about three bucks a month for up to 50 pages.
If you print regularly, it’s pretty sweet deal, and super convenient. And if you’re a small business owner who prints a lot of invoices and proposals, a writer who likes to read hard copy, or just someone who enjoys printing out photos you’ve taken on your smartphone, HP Smart is a must-have.
Ordering from HP is a breeze, too. Shipping is free. There’s something for everyone, from phenomenal desktop and gaming units to portable laptops for school or business.
So get your summer started right. Visit HP this 4th of July weekend and pick up a great deal on some new tech. We found some awesome deals at HP.com. Check them out below.
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