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Brief Published: 5 Dec 2011

Little Printer


Little Printer is the latest digital device from London-based design agency, Berg. The pint-sized printer aggregates lots of little snippets of information from your social networks and websites, and prints them out on a receipt-like roll, creating your very own personal daily newspaper.

The clever bit of kit wirelessly links to a smartphone, allowing the user to personalise the websites it scours, allowing you to create gossip pages, to-do lists and even puzzles.

Berg CEO Matt Webb says: “Connecting products to the web lets them become smarter and friendlier – they can sit on a shelf and do a job well for the whole family or office. Little Printer is more like a family member or a colleague than a tool.”

Little Printer challenges our relationship with the internet and is the latest in a fast-developing line of products seeking to physically represent our digital data.