CNET First Look
This case instantly prints photos (and videos) from your smartphoneThe Prynt case prints small photos that can be scanned like QR codes to reveal a video.
[MUSIC] This is the Prynt Case. It's like a Polaroid camera for your smartphone that can also print moving images like the newspaper in Harry Potter. By directly connecting it to your phone and using the Prynt app, you can take a short video and print the first stream as a photo. Then using the same app you can scan the photo like a QR code and view your video. [MUSIC] You can also print a photo from your camera roll but you have to take a five second video to attach to it. [MUSIC] To top it off, the photos are printed on sticker paper. Pretty cool? Though I think it's cool and easy to use, aside from the sparse special occasion, rare selfie, or a secret message, I had a hard time finding good use for it. And true to the Polaroid similarities, the photo quality kind of sucks. The print starts at $150, making it one expensive case. It isn't something I'd use every day, but if you love the idea of basically printing a snapshot, animated GIF, or taking really creative live photos, I'd say why not? It's fun. [BLANK_AUDIO]