A printer that can print out iphone screen captures in their acutal size

It might be difficult to request your office to buy it.

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Naoki Yoshioka
Naoki Yoshioka

XAMOSCHi Chief Editor

Establisher of tempo, Inc. a web production company. Naoki has been in the web industry ever since he established the company in 2000. He specializes in tech, culture and also loves international movies and literature. Naoki is also keen on studying old Japanese material arts (Sousuishiryu-Kumiuchi-Koshinomawari: Seirenkan and Aikido: Aikikai) and continues his training until today.

Its something like the iphone versiong of BERG’s LittlePrinter.

 

 

  1. “Rolto”, like the Little Printer, uses a thermal paper roll , so it is possible toeven print a long screen.
  2. Browsers, cameras, photos, mails, maps, Evernote and memos are printable.
  3. It uses a special app as a platform to operate several apps to capture and print the screen.
  4. The special app and “Rolto” is connected through a wireless LAN.
  5. Unfortunately, it may be difficult to walk around with.

 

Kingjim, the developer is known for making niche and low-tech stationary.

 

Pomera is a well known product.

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Pomera is;

  1. A one-function text editor for just entering text data into a n SD card.
  2. UI only has a 5.7 inch monochrome screen and a keyboard.
  3. It only corresponds to Bluetooth2,1 as the data communication function.
  4. It does not have an OS, and the assembler and application is composed of C language (no expandibility)
  5. On the other side, it activates quickly, and you can input text whenever you need to.

There are times when you are using an iPhone and you want to print out the screen.

You could hand it to someone with a memo, or maybe you’d want to see information of different screens at the same time.

It’s interesting and cute.  But it may be difficult to request to your company. I might have bought it if it were portable.

 

Source:
http://www.kingjim.co.jp/sp/rolto/
http://www.kingjim.co.jp/news/release/detail/_id_19141

 

Translated by Elena

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