As already suggested, he Polaroid printer's attractiveness lies squarely in the realm of gadget appeal. What's not clear is whether it will lose its luster once the novelty wears off, or whether itand printers like itwill become a standard accessory for the digital age. The safe bet is that the reality will fall somewhere between the two extremes. But in any case, the Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer delivers what it promises: the freedom to print a picture at any time and any place with ease.
Long before anybody was thinking about digital cameras, Polaroid invented instant photography. Shoot a picture, and 60-seconds later you had a snapshot in hand. It's the archetypical Polaroid experience. The Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer ($150 street) largely recreates that experience for the digital photography age.
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The Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer is strong on gadget appeal, but it's limited to a 2- by 3-inch photo size and less than ideal photo quality.
On March 22, 2010, it was announced they were successful in manufacturing instant film compatible with Polaroid SX-70/600 instant cameras. Two new products were announced — PX100 and PX600. Their PX100 Silver Shade instant film is a manipulable, monochromatic replacement of old Polaroid brand instant film compatible with SX-70 cameras while the PX600 Silver Shade instant film is compatible with 600 cameras.