The technology behind the first electric e-waste paperclip is already being used in more than 50 countries.
But now a new company, ECOTank, is bringing that same technology to the masses with a $10,000 pen-and-paper printer, which could make it cheaper to use an electric printer.
The $1,000 ECOTan printer has a 1.5-inch touchscreen that lets you select, from a range of colors, whether to ink, cut, print, and cut again.
The printer, with a print size of 0.4 inches by 0.1 inches, also has an optional ink cartridge, which allows you to ink a single page and ink the next two.
You can also choose between four different colors, including red, green, blue, and yellow, to make the ink appear more vivid.
You might think the ink would be pretty expensive for $1.00, but the company is making a very modest $100 to $200 profit on each cartridge.
The printer also comes with a 3-year warranty.
The company has raised $100,000 through crowd funding, and is working with a few other businesses to sell the printer, too.
The idea behind the printer is to create an alternative to expensive ink cartridges and other plastic cartridges, and make it a viable alternative to traditional paper products.
It’s not yet clear if the printer will be sold in the U.S., but the technology is already available in Europe.
If it does, it could help boost the industry and the U