10 Most Funded Kickstarter Robots Ever


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3. Zuta Labs Mini Robotic Pocket Printer

The Zuta Labs Mini Robotic Pocket Printer was successfully funded on May 10, 2014. surpassing the goal of $400,000 by raising $511,662. The printer is just 10.2 centimeters in diameter and is aimed at users who only need a printer infrequently and in places that don't have a printer. The printer features a unique mechanical drive system, WiFi connectivity to print from any device, and a battery that provides a full hour of printing. The printer, rechargeable via micro USB, is available in white and black. It comes with a print cartridge that is good for at least 100 pages. Additional cartridges are available for pre-order. Zuta Labs is aiming to start shipping the printer by September 2015.

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