You know that a computing platform is taking off when it gets supported by printers… The Bolle BP-10 is a photo printer dedicated to the iPhone that can print 4″x6″ photos from a single, or multiple images (if you want to create a mosaic). To control the printer, Bolle has created an app that can be downloaded for free from the App Store. The iPhone communicates with the printer by the standard iPhone port, and as you can expect, the printer also acts as a charging station for the phone. The printer works with the following devices: iPhone, iPhone 2007, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4. We guess that most people don’t wish in the morning that they had a printer for their phone, but it would be nice to see how successful this will be, and how people are going to use it. Any guess?
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