There was a time when people used to be fascinated towards Polaroid Cameras, but with everything getting digital not only Polaroids lost its users but even printed photographs became a talk of the past. However there are still people who miss the charm of holding an image in their hand, imagine the feeling when you are holding you selfie in your hand and sharing it with friends. Seeing the recent trends and craziness for selfies, “Prynt” an instant printer for smartphones was launched.
The idea is simple, plug your phone to the Prynt, choose the image, then give the print command and the photo is printed instantly. You might actually be wondering that does the device have an ink cartridge in it. But the answers is no, the inventors of Prynt have actually embedded the ink in the photo paper which you will need to buy separately.
Some features that make the device much more user friendly is that it doesn’t require any other connection like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and you just need to plug your smart phone to the Prynt. You don’t even need to worry about the juice because Prynt has its own internal battery. This cool looking trendy device is compatible with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy S5. Prynt is currently is available for pre-order with a price tag of 99$ (includes 10 sheets of paper) and If you need more photo papers then it will cost you another 5$ for a pack of 10 photos.
This cool looking device is a great add on for all photo maniacs who will love this device for its print quality and smooth performance. We can say that Prynt will surely have a great impact in the image loving world which was waiting for a device like this.
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