Look at this! A cute and small, pocket-sized thermal printer that fits in your hand!
You can easily carry it around and print pictures on demand with this handy little device that doesn’t require any ink: it uses heat instead.
Paper Type: Thermal Paper
Battery: Built-in 1000mAh rechargeable
Paper Width: 57mm
Roll Diameter: 30mm
Device Size: 110 x 80 x 30 millimeters
Mini Thermal Printer with a Cute Cat Face
After taking it out of the box, the pink mini thermal printer must first be charged, according to the instructions that are delivered in English and Chinese.
It’s easy to charge the mini printer with the supplied USB cable. You can charge it via a laptop or PC or using a mobile phone charger in an outlet.
How to print using the mini thermal printer
While charging the mini printer, I looked for the iPrint app in the Google Play Store and installed it. This app is required to give the instructions to the thermal printer to print something. The instructions are sent via bluetooth.
To pair the mini thermal printer with the app on your phone, simply turn it on and make sure you’re in the area when you connect the device via the iPrint App.
This cute thermal printer does not print in color and you can’t definitely can’t speak of a high quality result, but I personally think that these mini photos are nice to look at. The prints that a thermal printer offer have a certain charm to them
Seeing as this printing device is easy to carry everywhere you go, it’s simple to print out little pictures on the spot wherever you are and you can hand out these small memories to friends or colleagues.
Note: Pictures basically come out upside down from the mini thermal printer, but you can rotate them within the app before you press Print.
Picture of Ricky printed with the Thermal Printer:
We already established that the pictures are small, black and white and not of high quality, but what’s unfortunate is that your memories will likely fade over time, much like the text on the receipt from the grocery store.