Wireless Smartphone Photo Printer – Great Pictures, No Ink!

by Julie

I like to consider myself a fairly serious amateur photography. I love taking pictures. I do find that I end up taking more shots than I thought I would with my iPhone. I mean, the iPhone isn’t really meant for real picture-taking, but sometimes the phone lets you get a shot you would have missed altogether, and it is a handy item for those “about town” shots with your friends. Now if there was a fun and convenient way to print those pictures out…

Well, our friends over at Hammacher Schlemmer must have been listening, because they are introducing the Wireless Smartphone Photo Printer. Connecting over a WiFi network, this small, relatively portable photo printer connects to almost any iPhone or Android-powered smartphone and prints amazing, vibrant color photographs.

The Wireless Smartphone Photo Printer will enable you to print photos taken with your smartphone from just about anywhere in your house, with no pesky cables, cords or wires. This convenience alone will encourage you to start actually printing pictures again, instead of simply sharing them online. I can’t remember the last time I actually held a photograph!

The pictures are printed on special patented paper which is embedded with yellow, magenta, and cyan dye crystals, (no ink!) the process produces rich, vibrant photographs that are waterproof and also resist fingerprints, dust, and scratches. What’s better than that?

The Wireless Smartphone Photo Printer comes with a paper cartridge for 10 prints and it is compatible with all iPhones,  iPads, and iPod Touch models running iOS 3 and up and Android-powered devices running OS 2 and up. The Smartphone Photo Printer is available from Hammacher.com for under 220 bucks. Santa? Are you listening?


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Ed Says: October 10, 2012 at 10:35 am

“The pictures are printed on special patented paper which is embedded with yellow, magenta, and cyan dye crystals” – does anyone remember Polaroid?

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