photo printer

  • The Canon Selphy photo printer: now available in different colors!

    Not only did Canon unless a slew of new digital cameras, but the company also announced the SELPHY CP780 personal photo printer. The brand has been around for sometime, but now – get this – it will be available in a range of colors to match the just announced PowerShot SD1200 IS camera! Spectacular! In all fairness, Canon did equip the printer with updated tech for better pictures. Read More

  • HN-PP150: Sharp Japan releases Aquos photo player / printer with HDMI port

    Sharp Japan today announced the HN-PP150 [JP], a combination of photo player and printer that will be released in Nippon under the Aquos brand January 28 next year (price: $250). It’s sized at 234.5×205×89mm.
    The DLNA-compliant HN-PP150 can print pictures taken with mobile phones or digital cameras in JPEG format (thermal wax transfer, 300×300ppi). Users can choose between… Read More

  • Canon Japan sells super-cute Hello Kitty-branded Selphy photo printer

    Here is yet another Hello Kitty-powered device from Japan. This time, Canon used the character to spice up its Selphy CP770 [JP], a portable photo printer. While the printer itself is available outside Japan (i.e. in the USA where it costs about $150), this special edition will most likely remain Nippon-only. Technically, Canon didn’t change anything at all. You still get a 2.5-inch LCD… Read More

  • Casio Japan rolls out photo printer with keyboard and 7-inch touchscreen

    Today Casio announced the PCP-1200 [JP], a photo printer tailor-made for printing personalized post cards. It will be available in Japan on September 12th for $500. The device is Nippon-only at this point. The printer comes with two unusual features: a 7-inch touchscreen (480×234 resolution/32,768 colors) and a full keyboard. Text can be added to post cards (or photos similar in size… Read More

  • Sony's New PictureStation Photo Printers

    Sony dropped a load of new photo printers today — the PictureStation DPP-FP90 (pictured above) and the PictureStation DPP-FP70 (pictured after the jump). Both print “lab-quality 4×6-inch prints” in 45 seconds (remember when you had to wait at CVS for an hour?), and the company seems especially proud of the built-in editing features that let you fix up your exposure… Read More