Fox News is reporting that Polaroid has announced that its new, inexpensive, printer, the Polaroid D-6000, will be ready in a couple of months.
The company said that it would also begin offering the new printer in the US, but not in the EU, Canada or Australia.
It’s not clear if the new printers will be made by Polaroid, but it seems like a reasonable bet that they will be.
This is a pretty big step up from the company’s last printer, which cost about $3,000 and was released in 2015.
Polaroid made a version of the printer that used an open-source printer called the “open-source Polaroid.”
This is a huge leap for Polaroid.
Polaroids newest printers have not been as affordable as the D-5000, which is one reason why the company made the D5000 more expensive than the D6000.
But it does show that the company is making a move into making cheaper, easier to use products for those who need them.
The new Polaroid will also be compatible with Google Glass, which was announced last month.
It also seems like the company will be focusing more on software development, as it announced that it is partnering with Canon to release a version that can recognize and recognize the D2000 camera.
The D6000 is a $250 price tag and will be available to customers in the first half of 2019.