Inkjet printers are so aesthetically forgettable that they usually live underneath a desk, hidden out of the sight until the occasional homework assignment, reservation confirmation or airplane ticket gives them a job to do.
That's why the new HP Deskjet 3755 inkjet printer is refreshing on two levels: its clean, bright design is the antithesis of those monstrous and ugly office printers, and it's small enough to fit into a cramped dorm room or home-office work space.
HP is proud to boast that the 3755 is the "world's smallest all-in-one printer." With both paper trays (input/output) folded up, it measures just 15.86 inches (40.3 cm) wide, 6.97 inches (17.7 cm) deep, and 5.55 inches (14.1 cm) tall, which means it's just fractions of an inch smaller than the Epson Expression Home XP-430, another inkjet that calls itself the "small-in-one."
The Deskjet 3755 is powered by two ink cartridges (one for tri-color and another for plain black ink), but it's also ready to accept HP's Instant Ink program that monitors your ink levels and automatically orders you a new cartridge when you're running low. There's a small monthly fee based on your print volume if you opt in, but that means no more running to the store the night before a big project is due to pick up more ink.
The HP Deskjet 3755 comes in three available colors and is on sale now for $69.99. The company hasn't announced pricing or availability in the UK or Australia. However, its US price, converted at current rates, works out to about £48 or AU$96.