Some women go nuts about painting their nails to have some cool design, color, or whatever it is that girls do to their nails. Anyway, that's why I'm sure some of them would love to have this. It's a printer that actually prints from a selection of a ton of designs directly on to your nails.
There's a camera built-in that supposedly can tell where your nails are as well as other attributes about them (size, curvature, etc). It goes through two processes -- one for your thumb and the other for the rest of your fingers.As with all things fashion, to get this stylish gadget you will have to pay a pretty fair price -- $7,000. The only thing that scares me about this is that there may actually be people out there who don't have a problem spending $7,000 on their fingernails.
Luigi Lugmayr Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years
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