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 themselves. You can only imagine the happiness and excitement when I take their photo then hand them a color print. Granted, the prints are small (2X3) and not the highest quality.
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. The printer is great because the film itself isn't expensive. I got a 50 pack photo paper for only $10. In comparison to the regular polaroid camera, 1 photo costs more than $1.
Summary: I became an addict to this product! It's fun to use. POSITIVE NOTES: It sends and prints in less than 1 minute. It also charges fully in 10 minutes. Most of the photos have great quality. FUN TO USE!! Great for scrap booking. The photo sheets each are stickers, so you can peel of the back sheet and instantly stick on anything. Cute mini size! NEGATIVE NOTES: The problem is that it won't print photos from my phone that are downloaded.
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. I wanted to use this for a booth-operation where guests come, snap a pic and it prints from the mini-printer. Our 2 point-and-shoot cameras couldn't plug in via usb AND snap photos at the same time.
Summary: this cute little printer does the job. the picture quality isn't the greatest but it'll do! you're able to see the streaks on the photo as if you were printing a photo from a regular printer. i had a house party and hooked this up to my imac to create a little photo booth for our friends to take pictures with cute props we bought. they were able to print out their pictures and take them home as a souvenir. our guests were impressed and everyone had a blast.
Summary: I am still playing around with this printer and have gone through about 3 packs of paper. Tip #1: Make sure it is fully charged before you print the first time. I thought my phone (HTC Incredible Droid 1) would recognize the device while it was plugged in and charging and at first I was worried that it wasn't compatible. I brought out a USB cord and also tried my boyfriend's phone.
Summary: I have to say I read a lot of reviews before buying this thing. The main cons were: - Streaking that happened immediately or very soon after buying - Battery life I use an iPhone4s with this device. It can be done ONLY if you: - Jailbreak - Install Airblue Sharing that allows you to send pictures via bluetooth My experiences are as follows: - Battery life is approx at 10 photos. Not too bad.