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The Polaroid Pogo unlocks photos trapped on mobile phones and digital cameras. For fans of the original Polaroid instant camera, the Polaroid PoGo pro...

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ProGood to actually hold photos, cheap

ConsSmall photo size (2x3), low battery life

Video review of the Polaroid PoGo Portable Printer.

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“I love my Pogo!”

published 14/07/2009

ProCan finally print out pictures from my phone and c...

ConsNot compitable with all cameras, still a bit price...

I saw this one of these Pogo’s on the internet a little while ago and really, really wanted one. When I was browsing Firebox.com recently I saw that they were selling them half price, so I snapped one up! The Pogo is a basically a mini photo printer from Polaroid, you can connect it to your...

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“On the go with PoGo”

published 05/08/2009

Profunky little printer and very easy to use

Conspaper curling (see review)

The basics: 7.2cm x 12cm (fits in your pocket/handbag) Weighs 8oz Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery Holds 10 sheets of Zink paper USB connection spot Bluetooth class 2 PictBridge The moment I unwrapped this little beauty I wanted to use it. I got the power lead and plugged it in. I didn't...

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“Go with Polaroid PoGO”

published 18/12/2009

ProMostly

ConsPrinting time

Remember those Polaroid cameras? I do and they make me very nostalgic. The world is going digital in ever sphere of life. But the name Polaroid is synonymous with instant photo prints and it is justice that Polaroid has come with portable printer for getting instant for print from your mobile. It...

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ProInstant photo prints from your mobile phone

ConsEach print costs around 20p

I love gadgets and trying out new things so when I read about a little pocket sized printer availabe on the market I just had to know more. The Polaroid PoGo is a very tiny printer that works without ink by printing on to special photo paper, a perfect way to print out photos from your mobile...

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Proportable, good print quality, works well with most...

ConsZink paper hard to find on High Street, sticky-bac...

I have two PoGo printers - black ones, purchased from Misco online in September 2009 for £20 each. The printers work well with Sony Ericsson K800i/K750i mobile phones and modern Canon and Panasonic digital cameras via Bluetooth/USB, as appropriate for each device. PoGo's print quality is very...

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Proquick, very useful, clever.

Conspaper is a bit expensive

Polaroid has been around for ages now. It is said to be created by Edwin Land, a scientist. The first ever Polaroid Camera is the The Polaroid Land Camera model 103. Thats the gigantic one!!! it was created in 1947. the polaroid pogo was released in Summer 2008. Its safe to say polaroid has come...

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ProUses Zink technology (No ink), Takes only 1 minute...

ConsNot the best quality

The Pogo is very easy to use simply plug your camera in woth the usb lead or get pictures from your phone ect (As long as the device has Bluetooth). It only takes a minute to print and with its zink technology it is suppose to save you money; the paper costs around £14 for 70 sheets and has a...

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Excellent

ProIdeal for instant pictured in a jiffy

Consbattery life doesnt last that long

In my opinion the Poloroid Pogo is a great little gadget. Easy to use great results in seconds. Friends and family are amazed at it. Great to take out and to be able to give friends and family a picture of event taken with my phone and printed immediately from my pogo. My husband bought me this...

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