Turn Your Photos into Stickers with Polaroid’s Latest Printer!

Looking for an instant and fun way to decorate your mobile device, your laptop, your planner, or anything else you love? There are several different ways to do so and one of the ways to get the job done is by using Polaroid’s latest printer.

Wondering what’s up with the newest addition to the brand’s collection? Well, it’s an all new pocket-size printer that can turn your favorite photos from your gallery or camera roll into a high-quality print which you can stick on whatever, whenever you like.

This technology is no other than the Polaroid Hi-Print 2×3 Pocket Photo Printer. It will let your imagination and creativity run free and will see to it that your ideas stick… somewhere.

So once you get ahold of this device, print a photo of your adorable pet, your special someone, your most priced screenshots, and even your favorite memes, until your heart’s content.

How Does Polaroid Hi-Print Work

All you need to have to get started, other than the printer starter set, is the Polaroid Hi-Print mobile app which you can download for free via either Google Play or App Store.

You will have to connect the printer to your mobile via Bluetooth, then choose and customize your pick with the accompanying app.

Expect the photos that will be printed out to be wallet-friendly with adhesive backs.

Polaroid Hi-Print Pricing and Availability

The Polaroid Hi-Print 2×3 Pocket Photo Printer is available at the official Polaroid website for $99.99, while you can get its paper cartridge at $16.99 for a pack of twenty (20) sheets.

For $129.99, you may also choose to have the entire Polaroid Hi-Print 2×3 Pocket Photo Printer Starter Set which comes with two (2) packs or forty (40) pieces of paper cartridges.

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SOURCE

Polaroid, Mashable

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