Polaroid unveals Zero Ink phote printer (ZiNK)

January 16, 2008 at 01:44 Leave a comment

Polaroid presented a nice little photo printer…
ZiNK PolaroidIt’s not just another photo printer… This one doesn’t require special ink cartridges; it uses special Polaroid’s paper with special dye-crystals. Nice detail: the paper is a peal-of sticker, so you can now stick your favorite pictures on your fridge straight out of the printer :o)

The ZiNK printer would cost about 149 USD; one picture would cost about 30 USD cents, which is very sharp. Only drawback ? You don’t need to “shake it as a Polaroid picture” anymore since it’s shock and water proof… :o)

Here’s what Polaroid says about it:

Camera Phone
The Polaroid Digital Instant Mobile Photo Printer is the easiest way to print photos from a camera phone. Wirelessly transfer images from a Bluetooth-enabled camera phone to the Mobile Printer and print instantly. Using the built-in OBEX (object exchange profile) Bluetooth in the phone and the printer, connecting and printing becomes instant.
Digital Camera
Instantly printing images from a digital camera is as easy as connecting the USB cable to the PictBridge-enabled camera and printer. Once connected, follow the PictBridge screen on the camera display. Simply select what image to send to the printer and within 60 seconds, the print is ready to be shared.  
What You Get:
• 2” x 3” borderless, sticky-back prints
• Bluetooth, PictBridge compatible
• Smudge-proof, water-resistant, tear-proof photos
• Fade-resistant, long-lasting images
• No waste – no ink cartridges
• Prints in about 60 seconds
• Rechargeable lithium-ion battery

More info at http://www.polaroid.com/onthego

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