Summary: I purchased my Pogo in 2011. To date it has traveled with me to more than a half dozen countries world wide. In all of these countries (they are all 2/3rds world or developing nations) I have been able to print out pictures for people who, in some instances, never had an actual picture of...
Summary: This is a great "little" printer. When I say little, I mean little (photos are business card size). Quality is not professional but overall a great purchase for the price. A wonderful way to add personal images to your projects.
Summary: I purchased this because I needed a small portable printer to bring on a film set and this was perfect. It only works with older camera models and doesn't work with smart phones, which is a bummer. I wish they would make one for smart phones because it would be super convenient.
Summary: I have been having so much fun with this product, right at home. The intent of purchasing this was to take on my road trips and travel journal as I went (something I've always wanted the ability to do). I have yet to take a road trip since buying, but have played with the printer a lot at home.
Summary: The instant pictures from the PoGo were a huge hit at Christmas parties. If you remove they back of the photos, they become stickers. I got a lot of "oh! cool!"s. Great party gadget. The negatives are: 1. The pictures are poor quality.
Summary: I just used the PoGo for the first time last night. I was happy with first few pictures the colors were pretty good but after a few they started to get streaky but the instructions tells you how to clean the printer head by inserting a piece of zink paper upside down and let the printer eject it.
Summary: This is a very handy little gadget that is a lot of fun at parties and events! The Polaroid PoGo is a little battery powered (rechargeable) printer that makes fairly good quality 2"x3" photos, with removable backing allowing them to be used as stickers.
Summary: I am a big user of instant printing of pictures. I also travel a lot. As the old Polaroid film got more expensive and harder to find for my older camera, I investigated all kinds of rigs to achieve the same effect. Alas, they were all to heavy, bulky, and cumbersome to carry.
Summary: Let me start by saying this thing prints AMAZING quality 2x3 photos if you use your average point and shoot camera. Especially for having no-ink. The trick, however, is having the hardware to use it with. Granted, I am probably not-the-norm.