Instant mobile photo printer launched in the Middle East

PolaroidPrinterThe Polaroid Zip brings the Polaroid experience to a mobile phone user. (Image source: Jeetek Group)Jeetek Group has announced the launch of the instant mobile photo printer Polaroid Zip in the Middle East

The company is the authorised master distributor for all Polaroid products in the MENA region.

The new unit packages instant printing in a pocket-sized device allowing consumers to print photos from any Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or tablet. There’s a dedicated mobile app available for both iOS and Android, which allows the Polaroid Zip mobile printer to connect to a smartphone or tablet with ease. Users can instantly print two-by-three inch colour photos from any image on their Apple or Android devices.

Founder and CEO of Jeetek Group Jihad El Eit said, “The new Polaroid is a small device that easily fits in your pocket but can meet the demands of a high-quality printer. It brings the Polaroid experience into the mobile age by allowing users to quickly and easily print and share their favorite photos anywhere, proving that there is still something special about sharing a physical photo.”

Its a small and lightweight portable printer – it weighs 0.186 kg and measures 2.91 x 4.72 inches.

The printer app can be downloaded for free on Apple’s iTunes and Android’s Google Play. The new device utilises the revolutionary ink-free Zero Ink® Printing technology developed by ZINK Imaging. The Polaroid Zip photo printer includes an internal, rechargeable lithium-ion battery that’s capable of printing up to 25 ZINK photos on a single charge.

The Polaroid Zip has been created by design firm Ammunition, which has created several award-winning consumer products such as the Polaroid Cube, the Beats by Dr. Dre line of headphones and speakers and the Square Stand from Square.


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