Maybe my enthusiasm for this thing is irrational, but it starts with this: Only today, and as long as stock lasts, has Meh, plus $ 5 for shipping. Current price at Amazon: $ 279 (minus $ 18 via coupon). I have not yet seen this anywhere else for a price anywhere near this low.
E-Mark Create has been compared to a “digital rubber stamp.” It allows you to print – in full color, no less – on a wide range of surfaces, which means the possibilities are quite endless.
You can use it to create custom tags, labels, date and time stamps, trademarks, return addresses, barcodes and so on. For anyone who does any kind of craft or runs a small business, I think it would be a killer.
The printer is battery powered and connects to an Android or iOS app. From what I’ve read, that app can be quirky. What more,(although they are good for up to 5,000 views, according to Colop). It’s an HP-powered printing system, but I have not yet found any third-party cartridges that promise to work with this.
Honestly, I have no urgent need for any of these; I just think it looks really cool (watch the video) and will be really fun to have on hand. But CNET has not considered it, so do some homework by going to the Colop E-Mark Create page.
Amazon Prime Subscribers: Get eight PC games, free
Do you have Prime? Get games. Each month,serves new freebies – mostly games “loot” as new pilot helmets for Star Wars Squadrons, but also actual PC games. No strings attached, all you have to do is claim them.
This month there are eight matches to claim; Just click below and then scroll down to the bottom of the page.
The selection here is impressive, a little for everyone. For example, The Escapists reminds me of this community episode and will cost you $ 18 if you buy from Steam. And I spot the Aces of the Luftwaffe, which to many looks like a brilliant 80s arcade shooter.
One requirement (in addition to a Prime subscription) is Amazon’s desktop client software.
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