Yes, sharing your photos on Facebook is a cool way to connect with friends but sometimes I want a real photo that I can carry it in my wallet or stick on my wall.
The best part about a Polaroid camera is that you get instantly sharable photos. But given my tendency to close my eyes at the exact moment the photo is taken, my Polaroids tend to look like this:
I have hundreds of these!
This irritated me! I hate wasting expensive Polaroid film on a horrible photo. Why can't I check the photo first and then decide whether I want to print it or not?
LG listened to my prayers and made a Photo Pocket printer! You can take a photo with an Android OS smartphone, select the pictures you like and print them out immediately. This is exciting as it is one of the smallest photo printers with a weight of .47 pounds. While I may not be able to carry this in my jean pocket, I will have no trouble putting this into my purse and carry it around.
The Photo Pocket printer will be available in three colors, pink, orange and silver! It's available only in Korea for now but I will share the news once it's available overseas!
About the author by Sophie Choi
Born in Korea and raised on three different continents, I have always been enthusiastic to share the uniqueness of Korean culture and design. On top of that, the advanced level of Korean technology makes me proud to call myself Korean and motivates me to spread technology related news to more people around the world. The list of things I like (and like to do) is endless: Shopping, Gummy jellies, Lilies... and it goes on
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