Summary: I do quite a bit of mixed-media art and design layouts and this machine has really made my day. Simple, plug in a play (I use my MacBook) and the downloadable software from Polaroid's website. Printing up quick little pictures has never been more fun, and you can get the old Polaroid look and feel with the ZINK paper. Sweet.
Summary: back in 1999 i wrote to polaroid begging them to somehow combine digital camera technology and their instant polaroid prints. no one ever replied but now it's finally here! you have the best of both worlds: the ability to take as many pictures as you want without wasting any prints and the ability to print instantaneously the exact photo that you want...no ink, no cartridges, prints that don't smear...that you can share!
Summary: I have the old Polaroid PoGo and the quality of the prints were so-so at best. I was hesitant at purchasing the GL10 because I feared the same lack of quality print. I shouldn't have worried! Keeping in mind that this isn't an Epson or Canon dedicated photo printer, this little guy still produces great prints. The film is a little on the expensive side, I can only just keep in mind that I don't need to buy ink for it.
Summary: Another good Polaroid product. Nice design. Good workmanship. Durable material. Easy to use. Easy to pair with cell phone with bluetooth feature. Picture quality remarkable. Reasonable speed though not fast. Fully recommended.
Summary: This thing is a lot of fun. It works reliably. The Android app is garbage, but you don't need to use it at all. Simply share a photo via bluetooth to the printer and it will pop out a few minutes later. Since this printer prints at full bleed, be aware that your images will be cropped down quite a bit, so be sure to leave plenty of border around your images.