King Jim - Cocodori - mini printer to print out snippets from your PC display

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This is for all of you still using paper notebooks…

When you want to copy some information you need that is displayed on your PC screen to put into your paper notebook, have you ever thought it is a troublesome task to write it down or print out the page, cut the part you need out with scissors and glue it into your notebook?

Cocodori, to be released by King Jim on January 31, is a mini printer that prints out the range you capture on the PC screen on 75mm wide roll paper.

There are 2 kinds of roll paper available: a regular "Memo type" and a sticker type "Fusen" type (meaning "post-it" in Japanese). For example, "Memo type" could make your life easier for printing out online coupons, and "Fusen type could be useful for collecting newspaper articles in your notebook.



Cocodori
Price: ¥14,000
Size: 110x72x72mm
Weight: 220g

Dedicated roll paper
Memo type: ¥500
Fusen type: ¥750

Cocodori is available to be ordered here.

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