Zink Strikes Again: The Polaroid PoGo Wireless Mobile Printer
We've talked about Zink a few times -- it's a company founded by former Polaroid executives and dare we say they are keeping the Polaroid spirit alive in the digital age. Earlier this year they released a camera and printer in one but this time it's the Polaroid PoGo, a wireless mobile printer. It uses this inkless technology to produce 2"x 3" sticker photos. You can connect your digital camera directly to it with USB or even connect your cell phone via Bluetooth. We like this product mostly for the latter purpose: printing cell phone pictures. It's one of those underserved markets... what to do with the cell phone photos and how to expand your usage of them. Be sure to visit Gizmodo for a great review of the Pogo. Amazon is out of stock of the PoGo at the moment, but you can check it out anyway -- PoGo goes for $150 and paper is $10 for 30 sheets. (via gizmodo)
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at June 18, 2008 5:27 PM