A printer that goes where you go and prints from your phone on any size page.

Created by a team of students, collectively known as ZUtA Labs Ltd. from Israel, comes the Pocket Printer. According to the team, in today's world, where everything is mobile, they were missing a mobile printer. To make it small, efficient and handy, they decided to "get rid of the entire device, just put the printhead on a set of small wheels and let it run across a piece of paper." 

The little device comes equipped with a rechargeable battery and an on\off switch. It can connect directly to your smartphone, tablet or a PC via Wi-Fi and print whatever you like on any size piece of paper. You control the printer using a Zuta app.

The project was supported on Kickstarter by 3,081 backers who pledged $511,662. The money is now being used to refine the printer, develop it further (improving the accuracy of the robot's movements), test and, eventually, manufacture. ZUtA printer is expected to become available this December. It will cost $299, but those who backed the project at Kickstarter, will be able to get it for only $199.

July 13, 2016 Living photo: ZUtA Labs Ltd.

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