See What You Print Touchscreen Printer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Printing in the future could get a hell of a lot easier thanks to amazing innovation in technology from the design firm at Artefact.

Fueled by simplicity and intuitiveness, the SWYP (See What You Print) touchscreen printer concept could change the way we print everything from photos from documents. The device connects wirelessly to any device you’d like to transfer photos from, and can even comes with Facebook and Flickr integration to make printing photos from social network a snap. The face of the device is a touch screen with no buttons, allowing users to crop and rotate images as they please to ensure what they print is exactly what they expect.

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