Polaroid Snap: A Digital Camera That Prints Inkless Instant Photos

The new Polaroid Snap is a digital camera that instantly prints photos without using any ink.

Others have tried before -Polaroid did too– and although the device seems fun and interesting, most people feels fine about not having printed copies wich, by the way, aren’t cheap with this technology ($15 for a 30 pack).

After all, you’ve got an smartphone always with you if you want to show that picture to other people. Messanging apps and social networks are terrific competitors against a paper photo.

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Author: Javier Pastor

Javier Pastor is a technology journalist that has been writing about tech since 1999. He started writing for PC Actual in Spain, the leading printed magazine in the country, and in 2006 started to write online. First as the Chief Editor for The Inquirer ES, and after that for MuyComputer until 2013. That year he became senior editor at Xataka, the leading tech news website in Spanish with over 5M uniques/month (Aug'15, comScore). Xataka is part of Weblogs SL, a blog network that gets over 40M uniques/month and that has a wide catalog of publications in Spanish. The Unshut is his new venture and allows him to express his opinions and thoughts on everything touched by technology, and follows what he has been doing at Incognitosis, his personal blog, since 2005.

2 thoughts on “Polaroid Snap: A Digital Camera That Prints Inkless Instant Photos”

  1. Although having a camera (phone camera) always in your pocket is a great thing, I still do prefer printed photos. In fact, the most important photos of my daughter for me are those which I took with my 15 years old reflex camera (about 100 photos in 3 and a half years).

    P.S: You really want to write “must people” or you mean “most people”?

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