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Lady Gaga creates mobile pic printer with Polaroid

14 Sep 2011

Photography fans will soon be able to print images taken with digital cameras and mobile phones on the go, thanks to a new mobile photo printer designed by Polaroid’s creative director, Lady Gaga.

The GL10 Instant Mobile Printer produces 4”x3” photos in about 45 seconds. It weighs 425 grams, or 15 ounces.

Polaroid says the devices fuses the instant accessibility of today’s images with the original Polaroid instant experience.

In New Zealand, the GL10 will retail for $269.95, with photo paper selling at $34.95 for a pack of 30.

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