Nope, this isn't an Apple Store. It's a Polaroid Fotobar. Image credit: PolaroidPolaroid, which will have more details on the Fotobar at CES next week, describes the experience of printing your photos at a Fotobar as “hassle-free.” You’ll walk in, choose your favorite shot from your phone’s library, and send it to a Fotobar workstation wirelessly. (Instagram, Facebook, and Picasa will be supported, among other services.) Then, you’ll choose the way you want it printed – and what you want it printed on. Polaroid plans to have lots of materials available, including frames, for creating gift-worthy prints. It sounds like the Fotobar will ship you the pictures if you choose exotic options that require assembly.
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