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Little Printer [Objects]

BERG today released details of their concept “printer”, one that together with the “Berg Cloud” service behaves like a physical hub to your digital content. They describe it as:

BERG Cloud is our technology to move the smarts of products onto the internet. We think of it as the nervous system for connected products. Built to run at scale, BERG Cloud could as easily operate the Web-enabled signage of a city block, as the playful home electronics of the future. Little Printer is the first of our family of connected products for the home.

..and in particular the “Little Printer”:

Little Printer holds a compact, inkless, thermal printer. Its zero-configuration wireless connection to the Web (via the Bridge unit, included) lets you place it wherever you have a power outlet. Little Printer is constructed in high-gloss injected moulded plastic and the brushed steel faceplate holds the paper, framing each delivery as it prints. Little Printer lives in your home, bringing you news, puzzles and gossip from friends. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper. 

See video below.

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See also: Receipt Racer and Electronic Instant Camera

Posted on: 29/11/2011

Posted in: Objects

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    • Cartridge Save James

      I’m glad the app provides you with content to print, as well! It would be hard to find stuff to print out with it, otherwise.

    • Steffen Fiedler

      I really like the idea of an “endless” sticky, generate when I leave the house.

    • Jackson Fall

      How does it connect? Wifi or…?

    • Cartridge Save James

      It’s fairly straightforward and simple I guess. It’s probably really cheap to run! I wonder what the overall cost will be.