Share your thoughts on your recent product purchase from HP with other customers by submitting a review. Your opinion counts.
How to Write a Review
Type the name of the product that you purchased in the Search Bar.
Sign in to your account and find your recently purchased products.
Scroll down the product page and click on the “Reviews” tab. Click on the “Write A Review” button. A pop up will appear.
Click on the “Overall Rating” Stars to rate the product. Write your “Title” and “Review” in the specified sections. Add Photos or Videos if available.
Select “Yes” or “No” for recommendation. Fill in your name, location and email address. Rate the product’s features and performance.
Before you start: Be sure to test and use your new HP product. Reviews should be submitted 48 hours after receiving your product. Don’t try and write about faulty or defective product. Instead try and get a replacement before writing a review
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You can start with what you like about the product, what you thought of the design and quality, or the features and performance of the product.
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