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The PrintBrush

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Katelyn Carmichael

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of The PrintBrush

Developers of the Random Movement Printing Technology (RMPT), PrintDreams, has now announced they have invented the world's smallest hand held, mobile printer The PrintBrush The PrintBrush is less like a printer and more like a mouse. When the device slides over text/pictures lasers inside "scan" the objects color, shape, and outline. How It Works If you have a job where you have to print hard copies of documents or business cards, along with traveling, you can't take your printer to hotels with you. The Benefits The print brush may make you printing life easier, but as far a paying the bills goes, the PrintBrush will leave you BROKE! How much does
it Cost? The PrintBrush is much easier, especially in travel situations, to use and transport Summary The PrintBrush Invented by Alex Breton, The PrintBrush took two years for the first prototype to be made, but nearly a Decade more before the perfected. The PrintBrush is easy to use, portable, and doesn't require and electrical outlet to be used. Katelyn Carmichael 10/2/12
4th Block When slid over a blank surface, lasers in the PrintBrush burn the color and the image/text on to that surface. The PrintBrush! Developers of the Random Movement Printing
Technology (RMPT), PrintDreams, has now
announced they have invented the world's smallest hand held, mobile printer. This device took over a decade to make and is now on the market for $10 million At a price of $10 million
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