Send high-tech 'telegrams' with this Wi-Fi printer
Staying in touch with someone who doesn't use tech very often can be part of one solution is a memobird where lunch two months ago it's a simple and compact printer that connects to WiFi.
With a separate phone app you can send photos and handwritten notes to the printer and also print out like wrist.
The phone and the printer don't have to be close to work with one another.
And the app is compatible with iOS and Android.
If you're wondering why you'd need this if actual texts or messaging apps exist, you can still use Memo Bird when you wanna send something a little bit more special.
Like when you're in a long distance relationship or friendship.
Think about it like telegrams for the modern age.
You can set this up at their home or retirement community, and as they go about their day, they can still receive messages from you and your family.
You can send them daily reminders or just send a message to say "hi." Because the printer uses thermal paper, you don't have to keep buying ink.
It costs 79 dollars and it's available now in the US.
The company is also launching a more office friendly device called cubanote which has the same idea but it prints on sticky notes and it's aimed for more professional environments.
It costs $149 and will be available in March.
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