If You Love Your iPhone, But Miss Looking At Physical Photos, This Gadget Is For You

Instaprint Machines on wall

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Here’s another product hipsters could love.Instaprint will let you wirelessly print your Instagram photos on a mini paper so you can bring your online album to life.

Once you send your photo to a connected Instaprint, it will take a few minutes for the machine to process data and print onto a 2-by-3-inch, Polaroid-like rectangle paper. This special paper lifts colour from the paper itself, eliminating the need for ink.

If you’re using Instaprint at a private event, you can set up a specific hashtag that people can use to create an online gallery. Alternatively, they can be used to reference future prints.

You can also daisy-chain each printer for higher volumes of prints and they will share power and Wi-Fi network.

Instaprint was formerly available mostly at major industry parties, concerts and celebrity events, but the Kickstarter project by BREAKFAST aims to mass-produced the product, letting you pre-order your own printer for as low as $425 a piece.

This price point comes with an Instaprint set and 20 sheets of inkless paper. Refill papers will cost approximately $12 per 30 sheets on Amazon.

You’ll have until April 29 to help BREAKFAST raise $500,000 to own an Instaprint in your home.

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