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Here's a Pocket-Sized Printer to Print Your Phone Photos in Real Time

It's not enough to preserve your memories. You need to print them, too.
IMAGE FUJIFILM
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Nowadays, people choose only their best photos for posting on glossy, ultra-curated Instagram feeds. But anyone who's ever experienced the delayed gratification of film camera photos knows there's a different kind of charm to having your pics developed old-school style, even if it means they're not always #aesthetic. Good news is that technology now lets you have the best of both worlds—the ability to take a multitude of photos and pick out the best ones, and to get them printed out so you can display them on a wall or keep them in your wallet. Case in point: Fujifilm Instax Mini Link, a pocket-sized printer that lets you print out photos on-the go, straight from your phone!

Here's how it works: Download the Instax Mini Link App (iOS, Android) on your phone (it's free!), and from there, you can choose which one of your photos you want to be printed out. No need for messy wires—you can print your chosen pics via Bluetooth. Plus, the palm-sized printer will fit right in your bag. It's perfect to bring on your next big vacay or get-together, so you can preserve all your best memories!

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The device comes in several cute colors. Check them out:

Instax Mini Link in Pink

Photo by FUJIFILM.

Instax Mini Link in White

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Instax Mini Link in Navy

Photo by FUJIFILM.

The Fujifilm Instax Mini Link is available for P6,999 at selected Fujifilm stores and retailers nationwide.

For more information, log on to Fujifilm's Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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