PoGo (Polaroid): Many a shutterbug wept openly when Polaroid closed down its last film factory. What would we do, we wondered, now that we could no longer "shake it like a Polaroid picture"?
Stepping into the 21st century, the instant photo company has come up with the PoGo, the instant photo printer. It uses new Zero Ink technology called Zink, which makes for a fairly good-quality photo, and using Bluetooth to send snaps of my coworkers from my phone to the printer was, well, pretty damn cool.
The sticky paper made it that much cooler to post our candids in the office. ($100, Polaroid.com/pogo)
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|Date:||Apr 1, 2009|
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