CES 2017


CES 2017

Mangoslab, an organization spun out from Samsung’s innovation division again in June 2016, confirmed off its first product at this time. Nemonic is a $120 thermal printer that prints on sticky notes out of your cellphone. That’s proper – everybody’s favourite software for passive-aggressively leaving notes on a colleague’s laptop monitor is now weaponized with all of the powers of IoT mixed. Girls and gents, the way forward for workplace warfare is right here.

The tiny printer comes with a companion app meaning you may take pictures, write notes, or use a easy graphic design characteristic to design your individual stickable notes.

“The printer doesn’t want ink or toner,” stated a spokesperson for the corporate at CES Unveiled. “You purchase our thermal sticky notes, and also you’re able to print.”

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The price of the proprietary notes will supposedly be on par with the price of common, quaint brand-name sticky notes that you just write on with a pen.

You’ll be able to print to the printer from the iOS or Android app utilizing the printer’s Bluetooth four.zero connectivity, and there’s a pc utility as nicely. The tiny 4x4x3.5 inch printer additionally has a USB connection, in case that’s your connectivity route of selection.

The printer will begin transport in April this 12 months, and can initially solely be accessible in South Korea. The worth tag will likely be someplace between $100 and $120, which appears a bit steep for a thermal printer of comparatively restricted use, but it surely’s undeniably a cool little product.

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On the intense facet, the pink post-its match my MacBook. On the draw back, no quantity of fancy know-how can save me from my atrocious handwriting, which solely will get worse after I’m writing with a stylus on an Android pill.