Unboxed: Polaroid PoGo

  Polaroid's instant mobile printer is only a little larger than an original ipod. It connects via bluetooth or USB so you can instantly pri

Polaroid's instant mobile printer is only a little larger than an original ipod. It connects via bluetooth or USB so you can instantly print from mobile or digital camera. Once we'd charged the battery and loaded the Zink photo paper, it took just under a minute from sending a photo via bluetooth to completing printing.

The quality was impressive considering the photo was taken on a 2MP cameraphone, although there was a strange green tinge to the prints. The PoGo uses Zink (zero ink) technology meaning you don't have to wait for the prints to dry. The backing peels off the prints so you can stick your photos wheresoever you choose. Check below for a lo-fi video.