That is the amount of money that Jerusalem-based startup Zuta Labs has raised in under a week on Kickstarter!
Their goal was to hit $400k in 30 days, something many called "Aggressive" and "Overly optimistic".
What's more impressive than the amount of money they have raised is the amount of buzz this project has generated!!
For example, many know the name Steve Jobs and recognize him as the founder of Apple and the brains behind its success. Of course that, some might say, is not really the case and while he did start the company, with his friend Steve Wozniak, Woz (what he has been known as for years) was really the brains behind it all.
Well, guess who sent out a personal email to his network talking about this project? That's right, Woz!
Wired, Gizmag, Fast Company, Cnet, BGR, Yahoo News, TechCrunch, The Daily Mail, Engadget, Gizmodo, The Verge, International Business Times, The Huffington Post, Slashgear, The Next Web, Digital Trends, The Times of Israel, and on and on and on.
I am not even going to mention some of the people who backed the project and bought the printer. Some of the biggest names in the global world of tech and innovation. I mean the BIGGEST.
These guys are going to change the printer forever. Mark my words.
If you have not yet done so, go be a part of this insanely innovative initiative and make a pledge, this company is going places...
Watch the video below to understand how they rethought the modern printer!
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