Polaroid GL10 Instant 3X4 Mobile Bluetooth Printer for Digital Cameras and Smart Phones
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- Prints without ink using ZINK (Zero Ink) Printing Technology from ZINK Imaging
- Prints directly from your Bluetooth camera phone digital camera, PC or Mac with USB
- Print connection USB or Bluetooth
- Smudge-proof, water-resistant, tear-resistant, photos
- Lithium-ion rechargeable battery included
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This item Polaroid GL10 Instant 3X4 Mobile Bluetooth Printer for Digital Cameras and Smart Phones
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|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth||Bluetooth 3.0; Passive NFC: Communication Standard: ISO 14443A||Mini-USB B, USB Type-A||Memory Card Slot; WiFi; PictBridge||USB||Memory Card Slot; WiFi; PictBridge|
|Item Dimensions||—||11.51 x 7.49 x 2.21 cm||13.59 x 18.06 x 6.33 cm||12.7 x 17.8 x 6.05 cm||13.5 x 17.8 x 6.05 cm||13.6 x 18.1 x 6.3 cm|
|Item Weight||181 grams||172 grams||0.86 kg||0.81 kg||0.84 kg||0.86 kg|
|Maximum Colour Print Resolution||—||—||—||—||300 dots_per_inch||300 dots_per_inch|
|Max Printspeed Black White||1||1.5||1 pages_per_minute||1 pages_per_minute||1.27 pages_per_minute||1 pages_per_minute|
|Max Printspeed Colour||—||1.5||1 pages_per_minute||1 pages_per_minute||1.27 pages_per_minute||1 pages_per_minute|
|Media Size Maximum||—||A8||A6||A6||A6||A6|
|Printer Technology||—||inkjet colour||THERMAL SUBLIMA.||THERMAL SUBLIMA.||Dye sublimation||THERMAL SUBLIMA.|
|Special Feature||—||—||Bluetooth^Built-in display^Card reader integrated^Credit card^Operating temperature range:5 - 40 °C^PictBridge^Warranty card||LCD Display||Built-in display^Card reader integrated^Credit card^Operating temperature range:5 - 40 °C^Photo stickers^PictBridge||LCD Display|
|Wireless Network Technology||—||Wi-Fi||—||—||—||Wi-Fi|
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The next generation of the Polaroid instant printing experience, thePolaroid Grey Label GL10 instant mobile printer frees digital images trapped on hard drives and cell phones.The first product in Polaroid and Lady Gaga's new Polaroid Grey Label line , the GL10 features a small size, intuitive design and easy-to-use feature set that produces full bleed and contemporary 3x4" photos in the Polaroid Classic Border logo in less than one minute.
Top Customer Reviews
Being a Bluetooth printer means it is very easy to get images onto the device to print although annoyingly there seems to be no buffer which means images have to be transferred one at a time. Prints take around 20-30 seconds to print. Each pack of 3"x4" contains 30 sheets of paper in 10-pack mini-cases. Prices for these vary and although available here on Amazon, at the time of writing, this was only through resellers, although the one I use is a 'Fulfilled by Amazon' scheme member - and the cost with them is £14.99.
There are some things to be aware of:
1. The first and possibly most important for users of the most popular phone right now, is that there is currently no way of Bluetooth printing direct from the iPhone. There is talk of a Polaroid app being produced to allow this, but there's no sight of it yet. iPhone users will need to transfer images to a computer and send them via Bluetooth from there.
2. Second - print quality. Contrary to some opinions, this printer is CAPABLE of producing great quality prints and reproducing reasonably accurate colours BUT it is sensitive to the quality of the file sent to it. At anything under about 150-200k, solid areas of colour will be inconsistent or patchy.
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After searching for an instant photo solution, and no matter what I tried, I was never quite happy. I own 5 working polaroid cameras (3 land cameras, an SLR-5 Macro onestep and a Graflex XL RF with a packfilm back), 2 pogo printers with the 1st gen ZINK system, and an HP A640 instant printer. None of them make me remotely as happy as this printer does. The packfilm cameras? Great film, giant cameras, spotty usage success with semi-automatic annoyances, lots of waste and the prints need to dry. Forget about ambient nightlight and expect to lose a couple shots per pack with loading issues. Pogo? Gah....party favor stickers were nice, but crap for battery life and Colors McRudderson was the result on your best day. The HP instant printer was HUGE, ink was a drag, and the quality is so-so after all that work anyway.
The GL-10 is what I've been waiting for all these years.
Leaps and bounds improvement in quality over the pogo. Still talking mid-range quality, but it's way better than the film the impossible project is putting out for it's one step cameras (or the unusable expired original film...."soft tone" my taint!) and considering the tradeoff size/toner/paper for any of the other battery powered options (HP, epson, canon selphy, etc), the pixels/per/hassles ratio is way better than anything else out there. The best business card you could ask for is this in the back pocket of your jeans with a felt tip pen and a USB cable. The only thing I could compare it to from a "WOW HOW DID YOU DO THAT----THAT'S AWESOME" factor is the land cameras, but considering their use record, I'll take a 70-75% quality 100% of the time compared to 100% quality 40% of the time any day of the week.Read more ›
The essence of GL10 lies in the special ZINK paper it uses. This is analogous to the instant film that Polaroid built its reputation on. All the colour tones for realising images are embedded as tiny crystals in the ZINK paper and produce prints when GL10 heats them up in a special way. ZINK paper really is an amazing piece of modern technology. At current prices I've established that each print, monochrome or colour, costs around 44.5 pence. According to the user manual GL10 should be good for 35 prints on a full charge of its internal battery. But that doesn't bother me because I always use the thing on mains power. I am also going to buy another GL10, an intention that may give you some idea of how much I have taken to this dinky little device. While it's maybe not up to the same printing standard obtainable from an inkjet printer or a dye-sub like the Canon CP900, GL10 is a lot more user-friendly and the results it produces are, to my eyes at any rate, extremely pleasing. Well worth a punt I would say.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So much fun being at family events and parties - as it allows you to print your photos instantly and give them to your guests as memory. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The image quality of this printer is not great. However, the prints are much better than other Zink products and I have tried most of the other ones (Polaroid Pogo and the two made... Read morePublished on 28 Feb. 2014 by Reala
My wife use it for making a picturebook with storys where she writes down the things that happened when our grandchildren are at our homePublished on 19 Feb. 2014 by W.T. de Groot
Great little printer, images of surprising quality, only a little adjustment of the software needed. Read morePublished on 6 Feb. 2014 by friends of Carlotta
Works OK , but I have the smaller one , which I prefere . The papers are sticky backed on the small one which I find Handy . Photos are also clearer .Published on 14 Jan. 2014 by Helen
I received the printer within 4 days of ordering which was great but when I was inserting the battery it jammed and I could not remove it. So I had to return the printer. Read morePublished on 9 Jan. 2014 by Margaret Byrne
can someone please tell me if this pcoket printer works with Windows Smart Phones - i have a Nokia Lumia 620 - its not clear from the reviews or any tech spec i have been able to... Read morePublished on 13 Nov. 2013 by Jacko Lan
Looks sexy enough, I imagine it would be really cool, if I could use it in the 21st century. Couldn't say anything more about it because it has no support for the iPhone, good call... Read morePublished on 27 Mar. 2013 by GameAngel
I bought this product for work as a great way to print up digital photos which look like like the original Polaroid instant camera prints - and I don't know where to start when it... Read morePublished on 16 July 2012 by GraphicMonkey