I have a confession to make: I’m a member of Generation Y and tease my father as he struggles to text (“I C U” was his very first message, and it hasn’t improved a whole lot since then). I also write for a website that brings you the latest in technology (among other things). But I do solemnly swear that I am a technophobe.
That’s right, I hate technology. I’m not good with technology. I find a lot of it to be pointless. I struggle to find messages in my Facebook inbox. I rarely check my emails. I just swipe my finger around on my iPhone and hope for the best. I don’t even like digital watches. This post was written in pen before I (begrudgingly) typed it up on my laptop… but this nifty little invention by Hoyoung Lee might just win me over yet.
The Printer Pencil, in short, does basically just what the name suggests – prints your documents using pencils. By using the ground-up particles of old pencil stubs, this gadget will ensure that you need never buy another ink cartridge! As a bonus, the ability to remove text from a page by use of a simple eraser will save both your pennies and the trees. Win.
Designed by Hoyoung Lee, two models have been produced:
Images: Yanko Design
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