iPhone gets photo printer, not from Apple

The Bolle BP-10 has a dock at the top for mounting your iPhone, and there's an app to let you select which photos you want to output.

Bolle BP-10
Bolle

Here's one for the dedicated iPhone user: a compact printer made specifically for Apple's smartphone. The Bolle BP-10 has a dock at the top for mounting your iPhone (3G, 3GS, or 4), and there's an app to let you select which photos you want to output. There are also options for tiling the same image on the photo paper to make smaller, multiple prints.

The BP-10 is a thermal transfer machine and churns out only 4x6-inch pictures. However, with iOS 4.2 now available , iPhone users can use AirPrint and send pictures to select printers to make photos. So, where does the Bolle stand? Well, less tech-savvy users will probably take to the ease of use of the BP-10, as demonstrated in the video below.

The BP-10 costs $192 and can be purchased from MobileFun UK.

(Source: Crave Asia via Newlaunches)

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