You may have heard of Zink in past CES shows — miniaturized printer tech that fits inside a small digital camera. Now that idea has found its way into an actual product, the Polaroid Pogo. Take a pic with the camera, and 60 seconds later out slides a borderless 2 x 3-inch adhesive-backed print.
Want to tweak your photos before printing? Fix up red eye, crop, and do a lot more with the image-fixing software inside. This is what Polaroid wished its cameras could do back in the '70s. Remarkable.
Shipping in March for $199, you can also get a tiny Zink printer for $99, but the bad news? 30-packs of photo paper are a steep $12.99.