The majority of desktop printers aren't exactly space-saving, so the Vertical Printer looks to change this with a design that moves upward rather than outward.
Designed by Martin Jiang, the Vertical Printer is a conceptual product that has printing capabilities, but also scanning and copying ones to boot. As the design might hint, each piece of paper needs to be manually fed in to help cut down on the need for a bulky paper tray.
Many consumers have opted to shed desktop printers either to save space, paper or a combination of other factors. As such, the Vertical Printer helps to eliminate unneeded elements to make keeping essential computer peripherals on the desk and in use a cinch.
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