Slowly but surely the world is becoming paperless, but products like the Circle Printer will make that transition a lot slower. It might not improve the paper machine product in a mechanical way, but it does so in an aesthetically-pleasing way, which will be much more appreciated by the general population.
Created by designer Yang Jae Wook, the Circle Printer condenses the average bulky, rectangular printer into a sleek, tubular machine that sits prettily on desks, complementing modernized monitors and other contemporary computer peripherals. Although the Circle Printer may not yield big print jobs due to its slim slot, it does take into account the reduced amount of documents many people print nowadays, especially at home.
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