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Pen Printer : Use Old Pens as Ink to Print

Innovative Pen Printer Lets You Use Old 

Pens as Ink to Print Documents

Far too often we're left with pens that still have ink, but are unable to write. Introducing Pen Printer. This innovative gadget aims to make use of these types of pen that you may have laying around collecting dust at home. Source
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