HP’s Sprout is Changing How We Interact with Creativity

HP’s Sprout is Changing How We Interact with Creativity

The Sprout combines hands-swipe interactivity with a scanner and projector for multifunctional, user-friendly creativity

Jason Brick
  • 31 october 2014

In the middle of an already innovative season for HP, the technology giant has launched not just a new device, but a new kind of device that challenges our conception of creative computing.


It looks like a sleek docking station for a large tablet, but is an all-in-one Windows touch-screen computer with a touch-sensitive mat where you would normally find a keyboard. Users can drag-and-drop elements from the screen to the mat to manipulate and edit them, then return them to the screen for viewing.

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