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Freenter Concept is a Handheld Wallpaper Printing Machine

by Hazel Chua
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In this day and age where people can get most things done instantly thanks to technological developments, you’d think that they’d have done something to make home decorating (or redecorating) quicker and less of a pain.

Designers Kim Kwang-hyun, Roh Ga-young, Kim Su-hyun, and Shin Jun-won thought about it, and they decided that something like the Freenter is something that people would need to make the process easier.

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Their Freenter envisions a handheld “free printer” that lets users print on virtually any surface in an instant. They don’t expound on the technology behind the concept, but the design is fairly simple. The printer looks like a tablet of sorts with a surface where you can draw, doodle, type, or insert images and patterns of your desired wallpaper design.

Enter the command to print and press the printer onto the wall or surface that you want to print on – and presto! Instant wallpaper.

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What do you think? Would you be able to print over old designs when you want to redecorate?

[via Yanko Design]



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