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Robotic Printer Can Fit in the Palm of Your Hand

ZUtA Robotic Printer (Photo: screenshot)

A new Israeli innovation – a robotic printer – will make it possible for you to print on the go. This portable printer allows you to print a black-and-white image from your phone or laptop, and will be available to purchase in December 2016.

Small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, the four-inch wireless device makes it easy to produce images on the go.

The printer rolls back and forth over a piece of paper, until the on-screen image is recreated in about a minute. The ZUtA Robotic Printer integrates with an app, which enables it to print what you see on your phone.

TechCrunch spoke to CEO and founder Tuvia Elbaum in Jerusalem, at ZUtA’s research lab.

People “want to be able to print wherever they are,” said Elbaum. “Even if they are in the office, they are still working from their laptop or their smartphone.”

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