Thursday, August 16, 2012

Make a Mini Newspaper with Little Printer

Photo Credit:  Berg Cloud

Have you heard of the Little Printer by Berg Cloud?  It's a tiny printer (pictured above) that allows you to make your own personal newspaper by subsribing to publications such as Foursquare, The Guardian and Google to name a few.  You can have to-do lists, tweets, crossword puzzles and much more printed out for you each day.   You also get to customize the face on the front which I thought was a nice touch.

As a maker, I love the idea of receiving a little printed craft or new recipe sent to me each day.  I'm not sure what's available but I did notice on the Berg Cloud Blog there were some origami instructions printed out. I think there's a lot of potential for it.  I don't know if I could justify the price tag of $259 at this time.  But, that doesn't mean I wouldn't love to get my hands on one and test it out.  I'm definitely intrigued.

Would you buy a little printer?  What would you use it for? 


Little Ol' Liz said...

What a unique single-use item! I'm not much for that, since the price would cover a lot of other add-ons for the computer that would get a lot more use. But I'm just cheap (thrifty!) that way.

DollProject said...

It's so cute :). I would buy it as a novelty item if it was $50 or so, but for most of those functions i just read right off the pnone/computer/ipad, so I can't see it being a serious part of my life. I would have loved something like that as a kid. I was obsessed with thermal paper.

amruta said...

This is so cute. Loved it. This is a unique printer. Definitely I would love to buy a little printer.

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