If there is one thing that has plagued my ‘adult’ years, it has been the constant need – and constant lack – of an available printer. Once college ended, and the 2-minute walk to the library become a thing of the past, I realized how few humans I knew that actually had their own personal printer.
Businesses? Sure. Libraries? Yep. My dad? obviously.
But twenty-something millennials? Probably not.
With the ever improving advancements of online, well everything, the idea that I’d need to sign or fill in an actual piece of paper always comes as an embarrassing shock.
Thankfully Tuvia Elbaum, a student of Jerusalem College of Technology, has invented the perfect solution.
CEO and Founder Elbaum created Zuta because, “people want to be able to print wherever they are.”
The portable mini-printer named Zuta, can print from any smartphone, tablet or computer and is compatible with Android, iOS and Windows.
The tiny four-inch device connects to Wifi and is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.
This adorable work-space addition, was first debuted at the 2015 International CES, and is making waves in the tech world for it’s impressive features.
With the ability to print any size paper, and in as little as 40 seconds on a standard piece of printer paper, it saves young business professionals time and money.
The battery life of Zuta is one hour (rechargeable by USB), and a single ink cartridge can print as many as 100 pages
All users need to do is align Zuta in the top left hand corner of the desired piece of paper, and it will begin to make it’s way across the page left to right.
Though not currently ready to be sold on the market, you can pre-order Zuta for $199 (USD).