This $40 inkless and wireless printer fits in your pocket

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It's hard to believe that we've gone from printing presses that take up half a room to office printers that take up half a desk, and now we've discovered a printer that literally fits in your pocket.

It's called the PoooliPrint Pocket Printer and it doesn't even use ink because it's a thermal printer. You can get one here for $39.99, normally $99.90.

Revolutionize the way you print

This mini printer has a resolution of 200 dpi and a print width of 1.9 inches. It also doesn't require batteries, instead running on a micro USB charge for up to 24 hours of use. For this price, those specs are quite impressive.

The PoooliPrint measures 3.25 by 3.25 by 1.5 inches, which is about the size of a compact wallet or card holder. Stick it in your pocket, work bag or briefcase so you can easily print receipts, labels, photos, notes and everything else on the go.

Start printing by opening the Poooli app on your iPhone or Android, pairing it with the printer via Bluetooth, and loading the white paper roll. The Poooli app also lets you edit images, to-do lists, and more, if you want to create content quickly.

The amount of thermal paper included in your purchase is enough to print approximately 100 images, depending on their exact dimensions. Finally, once the paper runs out, you can replace it with the brand's rollers with different and customizable colors, transparency and stickiness.

Package PoooliPrint inkless pocket printer here for $39.99 (reg. $99.90) and save 59 percent before this limited-time opportunity passes.

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