One easy way to predict the progress of any given technology is “it will continue to get smaller.” Even though that hasn’t exactly held true with smartphones, it’s still a pretty good rule of thumb, and one that isn’t being broken by the new iBox Nano from iBox Printers.
The iBox Nano is billed as the “Worlds Smallest, Least Expensive 3D Printer” (I guess these guys are still working on 3D-printing apostrophes), and it’s designed to be as user-friendly as possible. You don’t even need a fancy computer in order to use it – just anything with a web browser.
The iBox Nano is still in its fundraising stage over at Kickstarter, but it would appear to be well on its way to hitting its $300,000 with exactly two weeks to go until the end. So check out its Kickstarter page here if you want to get in on the ground floor, and pre-order yours starting at $269.