Printeroid Is an Amazing Device That Allows You to Print Directly From Your Smartphone

Nothing can replace a printed image. The problem is countless printing shops have closed due to smartphone usage
December 26, 2014 Updated: December 26, 2014

Nothing can replace a printed image. The problem is countless printing shops have closed due to smartphone usage. Lack of kiosks and establishments makes printing a dreaded errand, zapping the fun out of the whole experience.

Printeroid is the best solution for individuals with this issue. Users can now print from the convenience of their mobile device.

Bring Your Memories To Life

Printeroid is not your average office printer. It attaches to your smartphone and prints directly from a dedicated app
7 cm (2.7 inches) printing 0.15 inches per second at 300 dpi are the specs you can expect from the device. It uses printafilm paper available in 10-meter rolls for never ending printing madness.

For individuals who want to turn their photos into stickers, the smartphone printer works on sticky paper. There are slight hints of traditional Polaroid technology all over the device, from the design to the way the print comes out through a slot.

Overall, the whole experience is very straightforward and the developers did a great job of keeping the features simple and powerful. Instead of relying on messy cords, the small device attaches directly on a smartphone and pairs with an app called PMS (printeroid messaging service).

Why Do I Need This Device?

In addition to printing random photos from your mobile phone, Printeroid can be used to make life easier. You can print plane tickets and boarding passes. You could also dish out samples of your latest work during a meeting at a coffee shop.

Print business cards on the go before a huge social event or conference. The sticky paper feature enables you to print small fliers and stick it on a wall or post. There’s really a lot you can do with the Printeroid. It’s one of those things that become more useful the longer you have it around.

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