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: It doesn't require any ink just paper. You can print from your phone and anything else via bluetooth. However, it doesn't work with everyones phone, so make sure it is capatable first. The printer quality is decent, depending what you are printing from. I.e. printing from my camera is better than my phone. The only downside i have found is that paper is expensive, but most photo printer paper is. You don't need any ink.
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.