Mini robot printer

The Roomba of printing has arrived.
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Isn’t it the worst when you realize mid-commute you’ve forgotten to print e-tickets to that concert you’re headed to right now (yes, some venues sadly still live in the dark ages and insist on a printed receipt), which leaves you frantically searching for the nearest 24hr FedEx? No need to fret anymore, as students have heard our groans, recently joining the hackster masses and creating a portable printer that’s small enough to fit in a purse and prototyped to print a full page in grey-scale in under a minute. The project began in the┬áJerusalem College of Technology as part of its Friedberg Entrepreneurship Program, and is spearheaded by a team of student entrepreneurs and technologists under the name of Zuta Labs, who are looking for investors on Kickstarter. While we agree its an indispensable tool that took surprisingly long to create, we also secretly hope, for earth’s sake, that paper will also soon be a distant memory.