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The MEMOBIRD mobile thermal printer is just $60 right now

Create and share reminders, lists, doodles, and more with this inkless printer.
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February 14, 2019
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Between our digital assistants and online calendars, there's no shortage of hi-tech resources out there to help organize our lives. Yet, whether it's shopping for groceries or picking up our dry cleaning, so many of our day-to-day tasks still manage to fall through the cracks. The truth is that sometimes it takes more than a push notification to keep reminders in the front of our minds.

While they might seem archaic compared to the AI packed inside our smartphones, printed reminders carry a weight and presence that makes them easy to remember. The MEMOBIRD Mobile Thermal Printer lets you create and share your own, and it uses absolutely zero ink. It's normally $80, but you can grab one today for just $60.

Utilizing special thermal paper, MEMOBIRD can print text, handwriting, photos, pictures, stickers, and even secret messages with zero ink. Its compact size makes it a welcome addition to most desks and workspaces, and it can also send and receive paper messages and print from any phone, tablet, laptop or desktop with or without an Internet connection.

Whether you need to create reminders for an important project at work or just make some silly notes to share with friends, this handy gadget lets you do so with next-level convenience.

Get your own MEMOBIRD today for only $60, saving 25 percent.

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