• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    This printer and app are the hit of any event

    • Written by g craig V from menlo park

    I brought it to the local craft person fair and made a video of the artisan working thier craft. Then I printed them a photo and had them download the app. She laughed with the might of gods. I brought it to a writers workshop and did the same with a person reading their new chapter. She cried in joy when she saw how everyone around her was reacting to her emotional piece, [wouldn't have been the same with a still photo]. I brought this printer to my niece's birthday party and suddenly I was the cool uncle. I love this app and printer. Simple to operate, good quality. Love the WiFi feature so I can send pictures home when I travel. This is good fun. Everyone who sees the hyperphoto the first time is awed.

    54 of 56 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Niall M from Basingstoke

    just bought this recently and started to have a play with it. It was easy to set up and I printed first couple of photos within minutes with no problems at all. Print quality is excellent but paper is a little bit expensive so select photos for printing carefully. This is ideal for those special quality snaps that you would like to keep for posterity. I still miss the "shoebox" approach to family photos and now I am looking forward to creating a new "shoebox" of memories that can be shared around with everyone.

    23 of 23 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Much better than the smaller printer

    • Written by Philip R from Fakenham

    Originally bought the 2x3 version which was rubbish.
    This size of photo is better quality and compensated for the fact that the app is not seemless.
    Don’t print multiple copies as it is unnecessarily expensive. The first copy from the printer creates the video link and you can then photo copy several different photos onto photo glossy paper, cut them out and they work fine.
    The possibilities for this are great if you use your imagination.
    At the end of the day it’s just an app that recognises your photo and then plays an online video associated with the picture.
    I’m not sure if the idea is patented, because I imagine someone could just produce an app from which you just use any printer to make a photo and link it to a video.

    30 of 33 people found this useful