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Camera Phone: The Polaroid PoGo™ Digital Instant Mobile Photo Printer is the easiest way to print photos from a camera phone. Wirelessly transfer images from a Bluetooth-enabled camera phone to the Mobile Printer and print instantly. Using the built-in OBEX (object exchange profile) Bluetooth in the phone and the printer, connecting and printing becomes instant.

Digital Camera: Instantly printing images from a digital camera is as easy as connecting the USB cable to the PictBridge-enabled camera and printer. Once connected, follow the PictBridge screen on the camera display. Simply select what image to send to the printer and within 60 seconds, the print is ready to be shared.

• 10x 2”x3” borderless, sticky-back prints included
• Bluetooth, PictBridge compatible
• Smudge-proof, water-resistant, tear-proof photos
• Fade-resistant, long-lasting images
• No waste – no ink cartridges
• Prints in about 60 seconds
• Rechargeable lithium-ion battery

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#1
This seems pretty good. Anyone have one, and can comment on quality? Was looking into the cost of paper for this. It looks to be cheaper using snapfish or suchlike...Any comments? Thanks.
#2
holmesgroove
This seems pretty good. Anyone have one, and can comment on quality? Was looking into the cost of paper for this. It looks to be cheaper using snapfish or suchlike...Any comments? Thanks.


These are just for fun really, quality and cost to use is not as good as proper processing.
#3
The photos it prints are quite small, and the color is a little dim. It is ok-ish if just purchased for fun.
#4
gavjbrown
holmesgroove
This seems pretty good. Anyone have one, and can comment on quality? Was looking into the cost of paper for this. It looks to be cheaper using snapfish or suchlike...Any comments? Thanks.


These are just for fun really, quality and cost to use is not as good as proper processing.


I kinda presumed that. Thanks for confirmation, dude! Very good price though.
#5
Can an iphone send to this ?
#6
mikerr
Can an iphone send to this ?


Affirmative, tried with IPhone 3GS.
#7
holmesgroove
gavjbrown
holmesgroove
This seems pretty good. Anyone have one, and can comment on quality? Was looking into the cost of paper for this. It looks to be cheaper using snapfish or suchlike...Any comments? Thanks.


These are just for fun really, quality and cost to use is not as good as proper processing.


I kinda presumed that. Thanks for confirmation, dude! Very good price though.


Yes great price, If I hadn't already got one I would have had one of these.

The unit itself feels very well made and looks pretty neat. I was lucky when I got mine that someone on Ebay was selling 30 packs of paper for £3 each. Seems to have gone up quite a bit since then.
#8
qinyanggl
mikerr
Can an iphone send to this ?


Affirmative, tried with IPhone 3GS.


I think this is only with jailbroken iphones right? The polaroid website says officially theres no compatibility because I've always wanted to use my 3Gs with them when the printers were still £20ish
#9
Wow! they have sold 60 in 30 minutes
#10
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH i bought one at amazon for someones bday a couple of months ago for £18! bdays on 8th! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
#11
These are bad, it'll work with any bluetooth phone that can send data over bluetooth. So unless the Iphone sends over bluetooth it won't work and will need to be jailed breaked. I have a Pogo and they aren't bad. Best thing they have a rechargeable battery.

Heat added.
#12
Great Christmas present, last chrismas were selling for double this if i remmber right. Prints off 3" pics with a sticky back so good for the kids
#13
can anyone show us an example please
#14
Gone for it.... any cheap paper?
#15
Bought one a few months ago as a present for my niece - she was very pleased with it despite the fact it did not work with her iPhone (It does not work with the iPhone 3GS (unless jailbroken). It worked with her digital camera.
Have just purchased another as Xmas present and will be on the look out for some cheap paper to go with it.
#16
nearly went for this, just had a quick look and you only get 10 stickers photos with it, but with three girls they would be gone in minutes. replacement paper is quite expensive for what it is.
#17
I bought one of these for my girlfriend for her birthday a week or so ago. They're good for what they are. But do not expect awesome quality studio-like prints - they're small photo stickers.

You can send from your iPhone if you jailbreak it and manage to get iBluetooth to work. Unfortunately, my girlfriend and I both have iPhone 4's and I can't get iBluetooth to work on either. You can, however, transfer the images to your PC and print them from your PC. You may need to do some tweaking with the image file though (size/rename), but the print overall comes out pretty well.

In case anyone gets one and has troubles with it, I'll post some of the issues I had trying to get it to print.

I transferred an image from my iPhone to my PC, so the resolution was huge and the filename was the default format. I scaled down the image and was still having an issue printing it. To solve the problem, I had to rename the file so it didn't have any dots (.) in the filename, other than the one that separates the filename and the extension.
#18
I paid £80+ when it was relatively new. They are pants really, but for novelty use this price you can't fall off for. ;)
#19
what is mobile printer? I assume that you can not print from camera?
#20
Great price. Cheers OP.
#21
KrisFerrari
what is mobile printer? I assume that you can not print from camera?


You can print from a digital camera, it has a USB port that allows you to connect it.
#22
gary_rip
Gone for it.... any cheap paper?

about £5.69 for 30 on ebay. If you buy 120 sheets, it's about £5.24 per 30.
#23
Anyone know if you can connect it to a laptop for mini printer use? (I'm thinking about printing little receipts whilst on site)
#24
good price but this product is a gimik, i got one, the prints are really bad quality
#25
Yam
KrisFerrari
what is mobile printer? I assume that you can not print from camera?


You can print from a digital camera, it has a USB port that allows you to connect it.


You can only do this if your camera supports pictbridge, pleanty of cameras do not.
#26
qinyanggl
mikerr
Can an iphone send to this ?


Affirmative, tried with IPhone 3GS.


This works by receiving a picture over bluetooth. If you can send pictures by bluetooth then it will work with any phone. If you can't then it wont work.
#27
cheers , I nearly ordered one when play had them for 14.99 but £9.99 delivered is a steel.
#28
The cheapest place for paper is £10.69 for 70 on play.com. The same seller is selling for £12.99 for 70 on ebay. Be aware that they may be out of date.

Edited By: Speculator on Aug 27, 2010 10:51: .
#29
only 2 left in stock
#30
Speculator
The cheapest place for paper is £10.69 for 70 on play.com. The same seller is selling for £12.99 for 70 on ebay. Be aware that they may be out of date.
some say 03/2010 and some say 08/2010 on them, but when I bought mine from a very reputable retailer there was a letter stating that the dates are in error and it should be 12 months on from the specified dates on the pack. So most should expire around March 2011 and August 2011, dont' know what happens to them at those dates tho! BOOOM!
#31
These are actuallly quite good devices, I've had one for a while. The quality isnt bad, it's average.

I took one to a wedding last week.. took some photos during the service, and used this to print one out and stick it into a space on a bottle of champagne i'd took with my to give the couple.

I also used it to stick a photo of us in the guest book.

For things like that its really useful that its battery powered.
#32
Loads of the file is expired.. (although the dates on the individual packs are the creation date I think), but it doesnt seem to affect the performance too badly.
#33
file=paper
#34
http://www.polaroid.com/compatibility
use this to chekc if your phone is compatible with the device
#35
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#36
they had over 120 in stock this morning! man, these fly fast! not as fast as the stupid printers tho : D
#37
When I posted this they had 267 in stock
#38
kevyn
Anyone know if you can connect it to a laptop for mini printer use? (I'm thinking about printing little receipts whilst on site)

If you have bluetooth from your computer (or buy a cheap bluetooth dongle), then you can print from a computer. You can't through USB
#39
There's one in stock at the moment
#40
grimlocksbrain
qinyanggl
mikerr
Can an iphone send to this ?


Affirmative, tried with IPhone 3GS.


I think this is only with jailbroken iphones right? The polaroid website says officially theres no compatibility because I've always wanted to use my 3Gs with them when the printers were still £20ish


Sorry for the confusion, yes, it was a jb iphone 3gs, since obviously you cant connect a non-apple-certified device over apple's bt.

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