Last year, Polaroid announced that the company would work with singer Lady Gaga for a new line of product.
Now at CES, the firm unveiled the Grey Label, a line of digital instant cameras and printers with the artiste. The GL20 (pictured above) was inspired by Lady Gaga's glasses which she made out of iPod screens for her Fame Ball concert tour. The Polaroid version looks pretty similar, except the GL20 has two 1.5-inch OLED display at the front to project pictures taken with it. Details were sparse at the announcement, and there was no mention on specifications or how users operate it.
There is also the GL10, a portable photo printer using Zink technology. Finally, the GL30 is a digital camera with a built-in printer that also employs Zink. It is a blast from the past, taking design cues from Polaroid's popular SX-70 instant camera.
The GL30 (Credit: Polaroid)
Polaroid also announced that it is developing a mobile app for the Android, iOS, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7. The app allows users to create Polaroid-like frames around the image, and can connect to Bluetooth-enabled printers wirelessly.