Polaroid Zip Instant Mobile Printer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Taking quality photos has never been easier thanks to the constant progression of smartphone cameras. But printing them? Well, that’s still a bit of a hassle. Polaroid’s Zip looks to bring selfie prints to the next level.

The Zip is an instant mobile printer, letting you wirelessly print photos in less than a minute. The device prints out polaroid-sized photos that can be edited before hitting the print button, and does so without using any ink. That means no more shaking it like a Polaroid picture. The smartphone sized printer uses ZINK paper along with dye crystals that are activated during the print process. Not only does this streamline the printing experience, it also does away with pesky ink and toner. [Purchase]

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