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Sigh, I can’t believe I have been out of college for 8 years! Time sure has flown by, but for me attending UCF was an unforgettable experience. One the highlights of being in college was leaving home and moving into my cute little apartment which I shared with four roommates. Even though it was student housing, I aways tried to make it feel like a home, rather than just a college apartment with no decor.
Since everyone is going back to school soon, I am reminiscing in all the ways I used to give my bedroom a personal touch, luckily for me, my sister is now in college, so I get to live bi-curiously through her and the brand new HP DeskJet 3636 all in one printer is helping me out. My sister is going into her senior year and rather than being in the dorms, she has her own studio apartment, which means more space for decorations. As a back to school gift, I decided to print some of her favorite memories.
I loved that I was able to scan and print all the photos I wanted from the comfort of my own home, with my cute purple HP DeskJet 3636 ,which I purchased at Walmart for $49! What a bargain right?
It also comes in blue and red, and it’s designed to look good and fit virtually anywhere. It’s perfect for any student heading back to school this fall and ready to conquer college.
I have to say I usually have a love-hate relationship with printers because of how much ink you can go through, but the HP Deskjet3636 is not your typical printer. I was able to print so many photos and with their easily recycle program through the HP Planet Partners, I feel I am doing good for the planet.
I do have to say my favorite part is that you can connect your smartphone or tablet directly to your printer, and easily print without a network. Things sure have come a long way since I went to college, but it made it so much simpler for me to pick photos to give to my sister. I used some photo paper and look how good the photos came out, what do you guys think?