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Polaroid Two digital camera and printer

Polaroid has come up with an innovative way to encourage digital camera fans to print their snaps. The Polaroid Two combines the functions of a camera and a printer, so you can print your favourite shots straight away.

The concept plays on the company's instant photo heritage and combines its combined its Polaroid PoGo photo printer with a digital camera.

The 7Mp compact camera has a 3in LCD display on which users can compose their images. They can then crop pics, add borders and remove red-eye using the camera's built-in editing functions, before printing out an image as a 2x3in sticker.

The Polaroid Two also offers a timer mode, video capture, 4x digital zoom and is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery, that Polaroid says offer 15 prints per full charge. It also offer support for memory cards so you can save your images as well as printing them.

Priced at £229.95, the Polaroid Two is available from a number of retailers including Firebox and John Lewis.

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