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This review is from: Polaroid PoGo Digital Photo Printer with Zero Ink (Zink) Technology (Electronics)
I've just got my second pogo (bought the bundle with paper as I know how much you get through once you start) as I had to relinquish my first one to my niece! It's amazing how useful this little gadget is - my niece has been using it for school projects (much cheaper than one of those photobooks you can make online)and I have now used it to put photos on shoe boxes, on a card for my gran (me in Florence)and even on the dog's bed. It's as much fun as the old instamatics and if you're a dab hand with your mobile phone cam, you get good quality results. Useful note for those not happy with print quality - make sure you always run the blue sheet (in the media pack) through first, it does something to clean the unit I think, I forgot once and noticed a drop in quality.
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Initial post: 11 Dec 2009 10:58:35 GMT
Mrs. D. Hankinson says:
i got my pogo this week but it wont pair by bluetooth to my phone which is a LG also my sons LG??!!!!!!!!!
Posted on 20 May 2010 19:19:23 BDT
''Ave'' England, says:
Posted on 25 Jul 2010 23:33:57 BDT
R Manion says:
so does it come with photo paper? or do you have to buy some of the Zink paper?
In reply to an earlier post on 27 Aug 2010 10:52:41 BDT
Mr T Wake says:
The product description says:
"Printer comes complete with Li-ion Battery, recharger, 9V mains adaptor, one pack of papar, instruction manual & a sheet detailing Polaroid Worldwide customer support contact numbers. "
But I think that for most people a single pack of paper (is that 10 prints?) wont last very long.
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Dec 2010 23:12:40 GMT
Janice Gailey says:
In reply to an earlier post on 16 Dec 2010 20:14:41 GMT
A. Le Sauvage says:
'Relinquish' (correctly spelt here) sounds a lot more interesting than, 'giving'.
Would you recommend getting this with a case? I know cameras can take a lot of wear and tear in a bag (my fujifilm f50fd has seen a battering, as has my s5700), but I'm wondering whether something like this will need more protection.
In reply to an earlier post on 31 Aug 2011 19:27:58 BDT
Hi, the printer is made of thin metal, so it could easily scratch or dent if not protected! A soft pouch should do the trick.
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