PrintBrush seems way too good to be true

PrintBrush_redI don’t know about you, but I just can’t stand printing. It usually never goes well, and the final document never looks like what is on the display. Not only that, I always run out of ink at the worst possible time.

Therefore, I always put off printing jobs as much as possible, and I really look forward to the day when we really are a paperless society. Since I don’t see that happening in the next few years, perhaps I should invest in the PrintBrush.

Just watch the video of the PrintBrush after the jump. If that doesn’t sell you with that, I don’t know what will. I mean, who wouldn’t want to have a printer that allows you to just print a document like you would erase a blackboard?

The PrintBrush uses a crazy accurate optical sensor to make this odd tech work, and it can even work on cloth as well as paper.

When I saw the vid, I couldn’t believe it, and simply brushed it off as a concept device that will probably never see the light of a real user. Yet this Bluetooth capable, battery powered device is apparently more fact than fiction, and it will be available in early 2010 for about $199.