Call it the little company that could. Israeli startup ZUtA Labs, which used a Kickstarter campaign to raise initial seed money, won Best of Innovation in the Computer Accessories category for its PocketPrinter.
The Jerusalem startup was up against industry giants like Philips, Dell, Pioneer Electronics, Samsung and Qualcomm but won over the judges with its amazing innovative mini mobile printer.
The $200 robotic printer slides over the paper on which you want to print, making paper trays and paper feeders a thing of the past. It can print on any size of paper.
Israel’s first official delegation to the Consumer Electronics Show includes ZUtA Labs, HumanEyes Technologies, Idomoo, KIDOZ, Lexifone, MUV interactive, Sensibo, Silentium, StoreDot, Umoove, VocalZoom Systems and WonderVoice Technologies.
The 2015 International CES is a four-day consumer technologies event hosting 3,600 exhibitors from across the globe.