Selpic P1, The World’s Smallest Handheld Printer, Is Now Available On Indiegogo

Printing might not be something most of us do too often nowadays but those who do need to do it, probably hate it. The sheer size of printers is a problem as well, if only because they take up a ton of room even when they aren’t being used.

Not so here, however, with the world’s smallest handheld printer now a reality thanks to a crowdfunding campain over at Indiegogo.

The Selpic P1, as it’s known, is available as an early bird offer at $99 on either black or white, but the color isn’t the interesting part here. The interesting part is the fact that this printer is around the size of a highlighter. And yet, it can still print photos.

Selpic P1 is a well-rounded portable printer for handling all your printing needs at home, in the office, or on the go. Selpic P1 uses inkjet technology but operates like a pen, allowing you to print photos, barcodes, QR codes, or just plain text on almost any porous surface, not limited to just paper. And it does all this right from the palm of your hand.

Whether you’re printing onto paper or onto the side of a cup, this could be a real alternative to traditional printers for so many people. It seems to be well priced as well, especially considering the capabilities involved. Cartridges cost $39 apiece, too.

Anyone ordering now will apparently get their new printer in September 2020, so you don’t have to wait too long to go printing on everything. The interest in such portability can be witnessed by the fact that the campaign has already exceeded its goal by $5,000 and there are a good 30 more days left.

Head on over to Indiegogo right now to make sure you are one of the first lucky ones to grab this great contraption!

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