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BERG Little Printer now up for pre-order, priced at $260

updated 11:52 am EDT, Tue August 14, 2012

Little Printer to begin shipping in 60 days in limited numbers

BERG's RSS feed-printing Little Printer that was introduced back in November has now been put up for pre-order. The printer can also pull updates from Foursquare and Google as well as produce task lists, location updates, and direct messages from friends. The printer will cost $259 plus shipping and will begin arriving in customers' hands in about 60 days, though this will be a limited production cycle. A full-blown run will follow in the following weeks.

The delay since the introduction is being blamed for adding mirror onto the plastic, folding steel, fixing radio interference issues, and designing characters while making the best possible API for developers, BERG revealed.

It can connect to Android and iOS portable devices to get its content and print it, as required by the user.

The device can also make hard copies for data like birthdays, Sudoku puzzles, and weather updates, among others.



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  1. daqman

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    Joined: 09-15-00

    What a total waste of $250 not to mention natural resources etc etc. Let's take information that is on your iOS device an print it on paper. Why?

  1. coffeetime

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    Joined: 11-15-06

    $260!!!!! :thumbsdow No thanks. Also it looks so ugly and kiddish. Probably designed by CEO himself. Also the practicality of this is questionable.

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