If you need a bunch of stickers of your cat to put on your laptop, Polaroid just came through in the clutch.


Polaroid announced the launch of its new Hi-Print mobile printer on Monday morning. To start, it's available on Polaroid's website for $99.99 with a 20-sheet printer cartridge costing $16.99 separately. You can also spend $129.99 for a starter set that comes with the printer and 40 sheets of paper. Other retailers, like Best Buy and Amazon, will have it on Sept. 10.

If Polaroid is to be believed, printing from the Hi-Print should be pretty simple. You connect to it via Bluetooth, choose and customize (with filters and text) what you want to print in an accompanying iOS or Android app, and let it rip. The images come out in the form of 2.3-inch by 3.4-inch wallet-friendly photos, but with adhesive backs so you can stick them wherever you please. Polaroid says printing takes less than a minute and claims the photos are water-resistant.


The battery is supposedly good for 20 prints before you need to charge it using a Micro-USB cable again. It looks tempting to just print the first 20 memes you find in your photo library, but remember it costs $17 to get more sheets. If you can restrain yourself and stomach the cost, Polaroid's new mobile printer could be a fun way to instantly decorate.


Resource: mashable.com


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Polaroid's mobile printer turns your iPhone photos into stickers

If you need a bunch of stickers of your cat to put on your laptop, Polaroid just came through in the clutch.


Polaroid announced the launch of its new Hi-Print mobile printer on Monday morning. To start, it's available on Polaroid's website for $99.99 with a 20-sheet printer cartridge costing $16.99 separately. You can also spend $129.99 for a starter set that comes with the printer and 40 sheets of paper. Other retailers, like Best Buy and Amazon, will have it on Sept. 10.

If Polaroid is to be believed, printing from the Hi-Print should be pretty simple. You connect to it via Bluetooth, choose and customize (with filters and text) what you want to print in an accompanying iOS or Android app, and let it rip. The images come out in the form of 2.3-inch by 3.4-inch wallet-friendly photos, but with adhesive backs so you can stick them wherever you please. Polaroid says printing takes less than a minute and claims the photos are water-resistant.


The battery is supposedly good for 20 prints before you need to charge it using a Micro-USB cable again. It looks tempting to just print the first 20 memes you find in your photo library, but remember it costs $17 to get more sheets. If you can restrain yourself and stomach the cost, Polaroid's new mobile printer could be a fun way to instantly decorate.


Resource: mashable.com


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