Prynt the Phone Case Printer

Prynt is a hardware setup that was founded by Clement Perrot. The founder of the company has now stacked a number of prototypes developed by Prynt.

These have been sorted in an order such that one is able to follow the evolution of a product from its inception to the time of its completion.

Each product varies in materials, size and shape. For instance, if one model bears a bright colour, a different model bears more buttons compared to the others.

Despite being distinct from one another, these products do share DNA with the final product ie. a mini printer.

These have been sorted in an order such that one is able to follow the evolution of a product from its inception to the time of its completion.

Each product varies in materials, size and shape.

For instance, if one model bears a bright colour, a different model bears more buttons compared to the others.

Despite being distinct from one another, these products do share DNA with the final product ie. a mini printer.

Prynt

Even Perrot seems taken aback at times when he realizes he developed a certain prototype a couple of years back.

Prynt demonstrated an early variant of the product back in November last year. The French corporation launched the product on Kickstarter last year. Now the units of the product are due for shipment.

If you happen to be interested in getting one for yourself, you may preorder one on the official website.

The printer, along with 10 pieces of photo paper and phone adapter, costs a total of $149.

The case of the product seems like a Polaroid camera and makes use of strips of mini Zink photo paper in order to print images.

Just so you know, a pack of 50 photo paper strips costs $25. The device itself does not depend on ink but heat instead as it is based on thermal printing technology.

The associated app offers a comprehensive list of features along the lines of those Instagram offers.

These comprise various filters and effects. The adapter connecting the phone to the device is separately sold as the company believes it would let multiple adapters to connect.

Offered in black and white, it is heavier but has a plastic feel to it.

Interestingly, augmented reality has also been added to the device now so it is surely going to appeal to a big crowd.

Source: WIRED