If you mourned the day Polaroid ended production on its instant film cameras last year, you'll be happy to hear the news Polaroid is back, and with a digital edge.
Following the success of the PoGo Instant Photo Printer last year, Polaroid has shoved all the inkless printing technology from that into a new 5-megapixel digital camera.
You'll now be able to take your snaps, crop and edit them on the camera's screen, and then print them out in full colour in just 60 seconds.
Similarly to the PoGo, you'll need to stack the camera up with Zink paper in order to print out your 2 x 3 inches photos, but if you run out - you're still able to use the camera as a regular digi cam too.
For the record, it offers a 4 x digital zoom, both fixed and macro focus, red-eye removal, a self-timer and even video capture with sound.
The Polaroid Two will be available on 11 May for £229.95. Take a look at our review of the PoGo Photo Printer to see what we thought of the original tech behind it all.
Polaroid Two Digital Instant Camera
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