I'd like to know the diffences that are worth nothing when choosing between Polaroid Pogo and Polaroid 300. Considering I am a newbie when it comes to cameras, especially Polaroid, I have no idea whatsoever between the advantages and disadvantages of having one over the other.
Aside from price, the biggest difference is the medium: the Pogo is digital, and the 300 uses film. The Pogo will give you the ability to edit a little bit in-camera before printing.
That said, $199 is a lot for a point and shoot with no optical zoom (digital only). 4x digital zoom on a 5MP camera leaves you with a pretty wimpy 0.31 megapixels, on par with 2005-era cell phone cameras. Perhaps a regular compact camera plus something like the Canon Selphy (a portable, battery-powered photo printer) or even the PoGo Instant Printer, which uses the same paper as the Pogo camera, would fit your needs.