Summary: This printer may not use toner, but the Zinc paper required for it can be a bit pricey. It prints on 2"X3" sticky back paper. It may not have the best quality, but for my teenager and her phone pics and digital camera shots, it's a good fit. It's a great little printer! The bluetooth feature makes it a breeze to print right from a cell phone.
Summary: Small photo printer you can take along everywhere in order to get direct paper copy of any picture. If you are a group of people or friends, it is more easy to have a picture on paper circulating than an handy. Extremly easy to handle and also very easy/simple connection through bluetooth.
Summary: I have owned both the Dell Wasabi and the Polaroid PoGo for 18 months, & I Like the Dell a little better. Primarily the battery life. Both are fairly bad, but the PoGo's battery is worse, and not easily replaceable. ALthough on e-bay the PoGo sells for about the same as a Dell Wasabi Battery! ($35). They are both similar design, but Dell-sturdy plastic and Polaroid is aluminum - appearing metal. I've dropped both. No big problems, but I feel safer with the Dell.