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Polaroid Zip Review: the best tiny photo printer on the market today

Polaroid Zip Review: the best tiny photo printer on the market today

The following review will give you a brief overview of what it'll mean to use the Polaroid Zip Instant Photoprinter. This little device can fit in your pocket (if you've got a wallet-sized pocket) and is able to print a collection of photos from your smartphone using NFC to connect and Bluetooth to send data. This device prints 2-inch x 3-inch prints with glossy fronts and instant-dry ink. This device takes the fun of the original Polaroid Instant Camera and jams it in to our modern age, with a sticky back to boot.

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Polaroid Zip pocket printer spits out prints from your smartphone

Polaroid Zip pocket printer spits out prints from your smartphone

Polaroid launched a new tiny portable printer earlier this week without much fanfare, and it is targeted at the mobile photographers among us -- those who can't remember the last time they picked up a dedicated digital camera because they've been too busy cataloging their life with a series of stylish smartphone-snapped pics. It is called the Zip printer, and it is small enough to fit in your pocket, printing out physical photographs for those times you take a shot that is extra special.

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da Vinci Junior 1.0 3D printer brings 3D printing to the masses

da Vinci Junior 1.0 3D printer brings 3D printing to the masses

If you have ever thought that having a 3D printer would be cool only to look at the price of 3D printers and decided the purchase isn't in your budget, the da Vinci Junior 1.0 3D printer might change your mind. This is the most affordable 3D printer on the market and sells for $349. With many other 3D printers running into the thousands of dollars, the Junior 1.0 is priced well for the masses.

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Engineer builds 3D printed Toyota 5-speed transmission engine

Engineer builds 3D printed Toyota 5-speed transmission engine

A mechanical engineer from California named Eric Harrell 3D printed something really cool earlier thus year. That really cool 3D printed object was a working Toyota 22RE engine. Harrell is back now with the next logical step, he has 3D printed a working transmission to go with that 3D printed engine. As with a real engine and transmission, the two components can be connected together.

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PancakeBot is like a pancake 3D printer

PancakeBot is like a pancake 3D printer

Anyone with kids in the home can tell you if you mess around and make pancakes in shapes one time, you will be making them in shapes for the rest of your life. Making a pancake in a shape isn't the easiest thing to do, thankfully a new gadget has turned up that makes printing your pancakes in just about any shape you want a snap.

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Voltera brings the convenience of printing to circuit boards

Voltera brings the convenience of printing to circuit boards

Compared to a few years ago, the modern day maker seen have become rather simpler, faster, and more efficient, with the rise of cheap programmable boards to the popularity of 3D printing. Despite that, printing a circuit board is still mostly done the old fashioned way. Either you make it yourself with dangerous chemicals or wait weeks for a fab house to get back to you. Voltera wants to revolutionize even this part of the DIY process by providing a printer that can print out circuit boards in no time.

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Prynt instant camera case now seeking crowdfunding

Prynt instant camera case now seeking crowdfunding

If you've been waiting for Prynt to actually become a real product, you might have to wait just a bit longer. The good news is that startup behind it is finally taking the first step by launching on Kickstarter. What is billed as the first instant camera case for both iPhone and Android is now asking the crowd to help fund its production. And judging by the amount they've raised in less than an hour, there are indeed many believers in this promise.

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CES Day 4: webOS is back, and we play Ouija printing!

CES Day 4: webOS is back, and we play Ouija printing!

CES day four (technically day 3, but we’re counting Monday’s pre-event as a day anyway) brought a lot of fun little gadgets and toys. There was more VR, some point-and-shoot cameras, and even a printer that’s not a printer. More Internet of Things stuff was announced, and in case you weren’t sure, SD cards are NFC-capable, now. The car of the future drove into our hearts, and we got a quick look at the light bulb that might make you less cranky in the morning.

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