Print photos instantly and wirelessly from your smartphone with this portable printer

Maren Estrada

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Snapping a photo and posting it Instagram or Facebook is great and all, but there’s just something special about taking a physical photo and handing it to someone. Kodak’s famous instant cameras might be dead and buried, but something even better has sprung to life in their place. The Kodak Mini 2 HD Wireless Portable Mobile Instant Photo Printer basically turns any iPhone or Android phone into an instant camera, allowing you to beam photos to be printed wirelessly. This newer second-generation model is awesome and it’s available right now on Amazon.

Here are the bullet points from the product page:

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  • Easy print technology – mini smartphone printer lets you print 2. 1 x 3. 4” photos direct from Android or iOS device; No cables or buttons necessary
  • Wireless convenience – NFC one touch for Android Launches Kodak app to print in seconds; also compatible with iOS/Android via Bluetooth
  • HIGH QUALITY PHOTOS – Innovative 4 PASS D2T2 Dye Transfer Method Produces Beautiful, Detailed Black/White or Color Portraits That Dry Instantly & Stay Bright Up to 10 Yrs
  • All-in-one Convenience – innovative Kodak MC Cartridges combine paper & color ink for easy maintenance; purchase Refills in increments of 20, 30 or 50
  • Free companion app – download the Kodak photo Printer app for filters, Cropping, stickers, card Templates, ID photo print, video & SNS print & More

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