It's ergonomically unreasonable to relocate your computer from your cluttered desk, but the designer of the Rolling Printer realized that one often bulky appliance can be quite cleverly displaced. Not only has Kim Tae-Jin dreamed up a concept machine that's significantly more compact than your run-of-the-mill printer, he's devised a way for it to be installed against a wall.
The cutting-edge device is long and narrow and capable of spitting out photos and documents onto sheets of A4 dimensions. However, you won't be buying regular printer paper because this gadget contains a continuous roll of it. What this means is that you can turn a two-liner email into hard copy without using unnecessary material. The Rolling Printer slices the page before the white space begins and then dispenses each leaf into your wall-mounted IN tray.