This nifty bit of tech from EBS Ink-Jet Systems can be used to imprint text, images, and barcodes onto metal, plastic, textiles, concrete, wood, cardboard, and more. The EBS-260 is designed for industrial uses, but it could be pretty sweet for street artists.
HP’s Tango printer is designed to be used primarily with its companion app. It lets you print both via a Wi-Fi and a data connection, scan and share documents, even automatically order ink refills. It also works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana.
A portable printer that quickly outputs copies of Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and other images on your phone onto 2″ x 3″ mini prints. Each glossy print has a peel-off sticky back so you can slap them on notebooks, laptops, and other surfaces. Sticker packs cost $10 for 20 sheets.
These days, there’s not a ton of need to print things, but sometimes it’s still nice to have a hardcopy. The compact Rolto printer wirelessly connects to your iPhone and can print perfectly proportioned screengrabs in black and white. Great for recipes and to-do lists.