There's still time: last-minute Valentine's Day gifts for tech lovers

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There's still time for Valentine's Day gift-exchanging.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, HP has not only launched its At First Sight Valentine’s Day campaign, a first in a series of short inspirational films, but offers our readers plenty of choice for a last-minute gift idea from their latest product range.

Here are a few for anyone that needs a last-minute present. 


HP Pavillion 13-an0008ne

The freedom to do it all from anywhere is a beautiful thing. The thinnest Pavilion laptop ever combines power and performance with a stunning, ultra-portable design. No matter where your day takes you, this powerful PC makes it easy to take your ideas, thoughts, and passions along for the ride.

AED 2,499

HP Spectre 360 13-ap0007ne

Time is now on your side. With this revolutionary battery life in a quad-core convertible, you have more of it. Power through your longest days and nights on a dazzling up to 4K touchscreen. And, go further with the thin, light, and portable Spectre convertible - featuring a gem-cut, all-aluminum design to elegantly take you wherever your passions lead you.

AED 5,439

HP Sprocket Portable Printer

Share the present with instant 2 x 3 inch photos from your smartphone. Easily connect smartphones to your Sprocket so everyone can print and view from a shared photo album. Relive every fun-filled moment with an amazing app. Users who love to share photos and be in the moment, who seek out fun, and who love expressing themselves creatively.

AED 499

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