It houses both a 2D and 3D scanner, as well as a projector, cameras and touch mat (with stylus) for scanning and manipulating the objects you’ve scanned. The computer is kind of like an all-in-one stop for anyone in the 3D-printing field — minus the printer, of course.
HP debuted the Sprout Pro G2 at CES 2017, alongside a slew of new computers and monitors, but I got a look at it a few weeks ago at a private event in San Francisco.
HP wants the Sprout computer line (it’s been making them for a few years now) to be equally accessible and easy to use for the manufacturing, retail and education sectors.
Anyone who is interested in the HP Sprout Pro G2’s unique features shouldn’t hesitate to check out all it has to offer. Pricing and availability is expected to be announced in March 2017.