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Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer

Modern smartphones can take outstanding pictures — but they're not so outstanding for taking those images and immediately turning them into prints. Fortunately, the Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer is. Designed for use with smartphones and tablets, this portable printer runs off two CR2 lithium batteries, and creates its own Wi-Fi network so you can wirelessly send your photos to the printer, which quickly recreates them on 2" x 3" Instax Mini Instant Film. Just think of it as the easiest way to turn your smartphone into a Polaroid.

  • Lix 3D Printing Pen

    Interested in getting into 3D printing, but not eager to fork out the cash necessary for a costly printer? All you need to take advantage of the artistic and creative possibilities with 3D printing is the Lix 3D Printing Pen. While it may not afford you the structural rigidity of items printed from a full-fledged printer, you can still draw incredible structures and sculptures as easily as placing a pen to paper. And as the smallest 3D printing pen available on the market, you don't need to worry about handling clumsy tools every time you want to make something.

  • Gibson Memory Cable

    Some of the best moments of playing guitar come when you're just messing around — but unfortunately, trying to remember exactly what you played is normally a challenge. Unless, of course, you're using a Gibson Memory Cable. Developed in collaboration with TASCAM, this smart cord features a built-in compact recorder that can save up to 13 hours of 44.1kHz/16-bit CD-quality recordings to a Micro SD card. It'll also work without an amp — or can be plugged into the output of your mixer for rehearsal recording.