Polaroid has continued its twenty-first century revival with the Hi-Print, a new pocketable Bluetooth photo printer that you might prefer to its instant cameras.
The unit prints onto 2.1 x 3.4in with adhesive backs, letting you print credit-card sized stickers of photos from your phone.
Polaroid said when the Hi-Print prints with its official photo paper, it uses a dye-sublimation process that should result in waterproof prints that don’t fade. Here’s hoping.
All you need is the printer, a pack of paper, and the iOS or Android app and you’re good to go.
The £89.99 printer is available now from Polaroid’s website, with a pack of 20 prints costing £15.99. It’s a little pricy, but sometimes it’s nice to make physical all the images we normally keep digitally.