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The ZUta Mini Mobile Robotic Printer is not just cool to use, but cool to watch!

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The ZUta Mini Mobile Robotic Printer is not just cool to use, but cool to watch!

Printers have come a long way. They’ve gone from being large, slow and bulky, to small, fast and portable. Thinking back 15-20 years ago, did you ever imagine that we’d be able to carry printers around with us? I know I sure didn’t. If you’re someone who often needs to print black and white documents, forms, graphics and more while away from home, then you definitely need the ZUtaPocketPrinter.

It’s a universally supported printer that allows you to print from anywhere in the world, and from any device such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop. At just 10cm x 11.5 cm, it’s small enough to fit comfortably into a purse, backpack or even a laptop bag if you have a little space to spare. Plus, there are no cords to worry about; it uses a Lithium Polymer battery, and can be charged via USB.

The unique thing about this mini mobile robotic printer, is the fact that it moves across any size piece of paper all by itself. That’s right, there is an actual moving robot in the printer, which is sure to amaze your friends and even those watching nearby. With its ease of use and portability, it’s especially useful for freelancers and those who often work away from the office or home.

It’s really convenient to have a printer that you can take with you wherever you go, don’t you think?

The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer | KickStarter

Featured photo credit: ZUta Labs Ltd. via kickstarter.com

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