The tiny mobile Zink printer that we talked about at the beginning of 2007 is about to be released – but under the Polaroid brand. Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer will print up to fifteen 2 x 3-inch photos on its rechargeable battery from any PictBridge capable camera or over Bluetooth. PC Magazine says that the photos aren't that good – but might be fine for scrap books and fridges:

Output quality is far from ideal, or even what you'd expect from your local drug store. Colors in more than half of my test photos were noticeably off, shifting some light colors to yellow, some shades of red to purple, and making some photos seem faded or washed out.

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