A small printer addresses a problem largely ignored in the mobile revolution: Where can I print?

Few printers have fallen into the ‘sexy' category in recent years, especially as printing on paper has increasingly gone out of fashion. However, no matter how much we wish our lives could be completely paperless, paper documents will probably continue to be a part of our lives for some time.

The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, which was designed by Zuta Labs and will be collecting its $400,000 in production costs over Kickstarter, is unique in that it isn't constrained by the size of the paper on which it's printing. Instead, it has a Roomba-like design in which it scurries over the paper, leaving your text printed in its wake.

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