There comes a time when even those of us who live in the country need to get technical. As much as I love working in my garden and tending to my chickens, I have to come up for real life every once in a while. For those of us who live in the country, when you got to get technical, I have some tips for you.
Get yourself some basic wireless Internet
While I like to keep as tech free as possible, I can’t go without my Internet. It’s important to have some wireless Internet to help you get your technical stuff done. I like being able to log in, get my stuff done, and then move on. You’ll never catch slow Internet happening around these parts.
Don’t go low quality
When it comes to getting technical in the country, don’t go low quality. I don’t like to pay an arm and a leg for my gear, but you best believe it will be quality. Low quality computers, phones, and printers won’t work when you’re trying to get technical in the country.
Go with the HP- Sprocket for your next photo printer
I don’t like to leave the homestead for much, which is why I decided I needed to invest in a good photo printer. The HP- Sprocket Photo Printer is more than I could have asked for in a printer. This photo printer works double duty. It works as a 5-megapixel camera and a compact printer.
You can print right from your phone, thanks to Bluetooth capabilities. When you print the photos, you should know they will be high quality. I’m still in awe of how high quality these photos are. Using the HP Sprocket App, you can easily customize the photo before printing it. I love that you can easily print photos from your social media accounts. Plus, loading the paper is super easy.
Next time you decide you want to get technical in the country. Get yourself some great Internet, stick to quality, and grab yourself an HP Sprocket Photo Printer.