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Lady Gaga Announces New Range From Polaroid At CES

January 7, 2022 | Maddy Rowe

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Lady Gaga Announces New Range From Polaroid At CES

The CES 2011 show which is now in full swing, has already given us plenty to look forward to. Debbie here at OSM rounded yesterday’s events up by talking about just some of the announcements and devices shown off. Included in the long list was HTC’s Thunderbolt running on Verizon, LG Nano LED TV’s, Dell Streak, Panasonic’s Viera Tablet and much much more. The biggie from yesterday was news from Verizon on what we can expect to see in the coming months.

Today the story is no different and in the next few hours we will be bringing you updates on goings on. The latest piece of exciting news to come our way is that of Polaroid and bizarrely pop princess Lady Gaga. The two it seems have collaborated with a new range of cameras named the “Gray Label” or G, and as Mashable reported, include Polaroid’s Zink printing technology.

The new concept was put into motion by showing off a pair of huge looking sunglasses the “GL20,” which will take and then display pictures and video onto the lenses. This is then sent to not just a USB earpiece but can be transferred to a printer such as the new Polaroid “GL10” via Bluetooth. Photos will then be printed off in just 40 seconds without the hassle of getting tangled up with camera phone and sunglasses wires. This can be accessed with just about any Bluetoothed mobile phone but there is one drawback. As Mashable reported, unfortunately at this stage, iPhone users will not be able to take part with this.

Lastly, if this isn’t enough to tickle your taste buds, then take a look at the new GL30 camera. Although stylish in appearance it still resembles what we expect a Polaroid camera to look like, using the Zink printing technology mentioned above, the camera will take and print off the pictures as expected, future ideas include the inclusion of Facebook and Twitter and the sharing of pictures.

Tell us what you think of the new range? To find out more including pictures log onto Mashable.

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