The mPrinter provides snippets of data, which can be simple text, HTML, images, or fully dynamic data created using Javascript.

The mPrinter is a portable printer created by Andy Muldowney that prints snippets of information (“mPrints”), which can be text, HTML, images, etc. It is a small thermal printer, which is usually used for receipts, and can print using a WYSIWYG text editor or Javascript. There is also a mobile app that lets you print quickly, manage your mPrints, and use a doodle feature.

Muldowney told Mashable that he hopes the mPrinter will “act as a device which will help bridge our digital and traditional lives.” It can be used to print information about the week's weather, shopping lists, recipes, sudoku puzzles, and much more.

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