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SWYP See What You Print Touchscreen Printer Concept


The Artefact group has developed a radically simple concept printer with a touchscreen interface that provides a 1:1 image preview for effortless printing. The product is called SWYP (See What You Print).

SWYP illustrates that it is possible to innovate in very mature and stagnant markets. By re-thinking the product and focusing on core issues it is possible to revitalize a product that has lost its consumer appeal.

While this is just a concept product its worth noting its minimalist design combined with ingenious functionality. See the video!

Key Features

  • Prints exactly what you see on the screen
  • Calibrated color for predictable prints
  • Print and edit images wirelessly from a digital camera, Facebook or Flickr
  • Start screen personalization option
  • Easy access to the paper tray and easy access to ink cartridges
  • Paper tray doubles as a protective cover
  • No on/off button: the act of opening or closing the paper tray turns the printer on or off

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