LOVE IT: The NEW Polaroid Guest Book for Weddings!

posted on: October 16, 2008

When Polaroid announced that it would no longer sell its iconic instant film, you just knew they were coming up with something super cool to complement the new digital lifestyle. With so many guests having digital cameras and cell phone cameras now, why not just let them print a picture from their own camera? But it would be such a hassle to set up a printer and make sure it has enough ink. That's why you're going to flip over the new PoGo Printer- inkless, wireless, bluetooth and pictbridge enabled, this is one super tiny hand-held printer! The secret is in the ZINK photo paper and each photo is a 2"x3" stick and peel so that you can slap those photos instantly into any album. Seriously, this little baby looks like a ton of fun. I feel like going to Target, Best Buy, or Urban Outfitters right now to see if I can play with one in stock! Check it out!!! (only downer is that it's NOT compatible with iPhone - BOO!)

Psst.. You can get one from Amazon for $99



NOTE: Due to the size and type of printing, my guess is that the quality is not going to be stellar on these little prints. However, if you're just looking for something fun and you like techno-photo novelties, this is right up your alley!

10 comments, to add [click here]:

  1. oh my heck! How fun is that! hmmmmm I can't decide if I want to put it on my Chirstmas list ;)

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  2. This thing looks amazing! We had traditional, old school polaroids for our guest book. It was so much fun to look at the pictures and notes everyone left after the wedding. I almost want to buy one of these things just for fun!

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  3. not the same as a polaroid but pretty cool! i hear a larger format 4x5 is in the works...whoohoo!

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  4. I totally just added that to my Amazon Wish List!!!
    Thanks Anne!

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  5. Thats cool! Thanks for the heads up! Hope you are doing well!

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  6. It is really fun! I won one from Polanoid.net for being a finalist in their Experimental Zink contest. The quality is OK, not stellar. But who cares when a pack of paper is $3.50 at Target, and each one is a STICKER? Yay!

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  7. I don't even understand how it can be an inkless printer! That just makes me confused! Oh, wow... the things they can do these days.

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  8. I heard about this. nice article. I want one.

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  9. That is the coolest thing ever.

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  10. I had no idea about this!

    Thanks for the post I will be checking this out!

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