Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer



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A pocket-sized printer the size of a deck of cards?

Paving the way in tiny printer technology, the Polaroid PoGO Instant Mobile Printer allows you to produce borderless 2 inch x 3 inch photo prints with the touch of a single button.

Photos developed are “water-resistant, tear-proof, smudge-proof and peel-off prints” on ZINK inkless paper.

For less than $100, this device is wireless ready with Bluetooth and USB 2.0 connection capabilities that allows you to readily hook up to cameras, cellphones, and computers.

It uses a 7.2-volt rechargeable lithium ion battery which produces up to 15 prints per charge.

Weighing in at just 8 ounces with a dimension of 2.8 inches by 4.7 inches, mentally convincing yourself that this bite-sized device is capable of spewing out high quality prints is your only barrier.

Price: $99.95 | BUY

Printer Accessories

Your mobile printer kit is incomplete without the following items:
Polaroid Black Carrying Case

Price: $14.99 | BUY

Polaroid Zink Media 30 Pack



Price: $12.99 | BUY


Watch the video: Polaroid POGO Instant Digital Camera and Mobile Printer Product Overview


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