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The cult classic Little Printer is back

24/05/2019

Berg’s popular product was sunset after the pioneering studio shut down. But a new, open-source app is bringing it back to life. In 2012, we were all still figuring the internet of things out. And while most of the tech world was asking if our toasters could connect to the cloud, a London studio called Berg...
Berg’s popular product was sunset after the pioneering studio shut down. But a new, open-source app is bringing it back to life. In 2012, we were all still figuring the internet of things out. And while most of the tech world was asking if our toasters could connect to the cloud, a London studio called Berg released a particularly adorable take on the future: the Little Printer. It was a receipt printer that could print weather reports, messages, or schedules, quickly and at a very low cost. It effectively brought digital information into the real world–and it also had a super-cute printed face to boot.Read Full Story Berg’s popular product was sunset after the pioneering studio shut down. But a new, open-source app is bringing it back to life. In 2012, we were all still figuring the internet of things out. And while most of the tech world was asking if our toasters could connect to the cloud, a London studio called Berg released a particularly adorable take on the future: the Little Printer. It was a receipt printer that could print weather reports, messages, or schedules, quickly and at a very low cost. It effectively brought digital information into the real world–and it also had a super-cute printed face to boot.Read Full Story
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