Summary: It’s about the instantaneous fun of being able to give a picture to someone right after you snap it. The PoGo is definitely a generation 1.0 product, and as such, we recommend it only for someone willing to overlook its numerous flaws in image quality, battery life, and Bluetooth connectivity. We do, however, look forward to the second-generation PoGo.
Pros: Fun and truly mobile printer that you can actually take with you.
Cons: Power brick is huge; battery life must be improved.
Summary: The PoGo is innovative and fun to use, but $149 isn’t cheap for a phone or camera accessory that doesn’t output full-size 4 x 6 prints. We’d feel more comfortable recommending it to grown-ups if it were faster and delivered better-quality, but teens will get a kick out being able to instantly print photos as pint-size stickers.
Pros: Compact design, Light weight, No ink required,
Cons: Prints slowly, Poor image quality, Only holds 10 sheets at a time,
Summary: The Polaroid PoGo's appeal lies in its mobility and its near-instantaneous picture production. The price is steep for what amounts to a one-trick gimmick printer. But that doesn't detract from the silly fun people can have by printing pictures on the go. Teens and tweens, in particular, will love this feature; and casual users and business people (for example, real-estate agents who want to print pics of specific rooms for clients without delay) may appreciate PoGo's...
Excerpt: The camera world may have gone digital, but the name Polaroid remains synonymous with instant photo prints. So it's not surprising that Polaroid has introduced the £99 Polaroid PoGo portable printer.