Several readers have emailed me asking for more about the pogo printer.
the photos from the pogo printer are used in my journal, some I manipulate, some I don't
Can you think of a better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than poking around an old bookstore! A used bookstore the way they used to be, full of old books. A store stuffed to the ceiling with books. Boxes of boxes and carts of books filling the aisles. Plus a collection of mixed unmatched chairs to sit and browse. Nothing new, no glitz just used and old books.
A place that you can not leave without something. Sunday, I was held captive in the poetry section.
Finding books you want and finding books you didn't know you wanted.
Finding an a wonderful 1887 edition of Longfellow for less than a cheeseburger. Better too.
So here are my thoughts on the pogo printer
-prints are in only one size 2" by 3" (same size as Artist Trading Cards, just thought I would mention it to those of you doing ATC's)
-it prints using zink, that means the only expense after purchase is the special zink paper
-I use the pogo only for use with photos from my cell phone (bluetooth) but you can connect it with your computer or digital camera. (I have never tried this)
-it won't replace standard photos due to the size limitation
-the prints have a sticky back, so you can peel the paper off and makes it easy for journaling. This is a good travel printer.
-the printer is small, thicker and a bit bigger than an iPhone. (the charger is almost as big as the printer)
-sometimes the prints have streaking but just feed the blue sheet that comes with each pack back through before printing (put on bottom of stack of paper)
-cost of each print is about .25 (I get my paper on amazon and look for specials)
-has a nice glossy surface like standard prints
-and there are all sorts of fun things you can do with the prints
this fun video just about says it all