Little Printer is a compact, inkless, thermal printer with a wireless connection to the web via the BERG Cloud Bridge – and it ships with everything you need to get started:
Little Printer is fun, easy to use and available to buy online today.
Little Printer is constructed in high-gloss injection moulded plastic. A brushed steel faceplate keeps the paper running smoothly, framing the content as it arrives.
Printing in crisp black and white the tactile prints take visual cues from traditional halftone lithography and modern pixel art, whether it’s the latest international news or this week’s gossip from friends.
Little Printer was nominated for both Icon Magazine and the Design Museum’s Designs of the Year award.
Plug the Bridge into your home router and a power supply using the cables provided.
After 60 seconds the top three lights on the Bridge will illuminate and the bottom light will flash.
Connect Little Printer to power; the white light on top will flash until a wireless connection with the Bridge has been made.
When the light begins to pulse gently, the first delivery is ready to print.
Press the black button to print the delivery.
This is a registration code, which is used to connect Little Printer to your BERG Cloud account.
Sign in or create an account at remote.bergcloud.com.
Enter the registration code to connect Little Printer to your user account.
Personalise Little Printer with your details and choose publications to print!
Little Printer holds a compact, inkless thermal printer.
While the paper required is specially coated, it is readily and cheaply available from high street office suppliers or directly from BERG Cloud.
Buy paper from BERG Cloud:
Little Printer is set up and managed using the BERG Cloud Remote website.
This is optimised for mobile devices such as iPhone, Android smartphone or Windows phone and will work with any HTML5 capable web browser.
To set up Little Printer and the BERG Cloud Bridge in your home, a standard broadband router should provide everything you need.
Little Printer needs a power outlet, and will connect wirelessly to the Bridge. The Bridge needs a power outlet and plugs into a spare Ethernet socket on your broadband router using the cable provided.
In the unlikely event that you have problems connecting your Little Printer you can find a full set of technical help and FAQs.