This tiny cube is a printer for handy sticky notes
The mnemonic Mangolab has a weird name but it's actually a pretty cool device.
It allows you to write notes on your smart device and then quickly prints them out.
Basically it is not printing that pretty sticky note.
Just like plosive.
It doesn't use actual process though.
It is the same printer that offers Five different color papers, and the company guarantees that your [UNKNOWN] sticky notes will last you two to five years.
Unlike the thermal printers that print your grocery receipts.
It uses an app that allows you to write whatever you want, or you can use a template, or if you want you can print a photo.
The notes, no matter if its text or a photo, print within five seconds.
The Mega Five is available in four colors and its expected to cost $100 to $120.
The rolls of paper, which makes for about two hundred notes cost four dollars.
It's expected to go on sale in June or May in the US, Europe and Japan with Australian and UK availability planned at the future.
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