Thursday, August 18

A Review of my HP PSC

This post is dedicated to those students who wish to receive great supports from educational aiding devices, and wishes to be in a completely problem free environment in student life's critical times.
In our educational life, specifically in college or university life, we prepare a number of report and assignments which we have to submit to our teachers. Most of the times the situation is like that we have to keep awaken overnight to complete the reports which are subjected to submission the following morning. I am writing this because I have faced so many situations like this. After completion of the assignment or report, the moment comes to print out those documents. If we don't own a printer, we face a high level of difficulty in printing those reports. We may have to go to a printing shop or ask one of our friends (if s/he has a printer) to get the reports printed out. Even sometimes we face the need to keep a copy of one or more pages of a text book. A solution to this problem is to take a snapshot of those pages and read them in our computer. But we generally prefer a hard copy of those particular pages. Suppose at 2.45 am in the night you have to copy some of the pages of a book which your friend owns. You have to sit for an exam the next day. What will you do then? Take snapshot of the pages? Nop.... You will feel the need of printed pages, otherwise you will not be in a comfortable situation for studying. If you own a device that is both scanner and printer, all your problems will be solved which is just a matter of minutes!

I have been using my HP Deskjet F380 combo Printer and Scanner(PSC) since 2006. Its been almost five years and it is giving service smoothly. The warranty period got expired 3 years ago, and still its running without a single problem. These printers of Hp is really reliable, not like those cheap chinese low life products. I suggest all students, whether tech minded or general to have a PSC, these products are not expensive, but have a great impact on our student life. Leave comments if you liked the post.
Thanks, Rifat Khan.

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