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SHINY VIDEO REVIEW: Polaroid PoGo Printer
Here’s the Polaroid PoGo. It’s a photo-printer. Lucy checks it out above. It’s Bluetooth, it’s fast, and it’s only £90 or so. The little prints that you get out are 2″ x 3″. Remember that refill cartridges will cost you extra, so budget in for those, too, if you planning to get one.
Polaroid PoGo Printer
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Epson launches PX700W and PX800FW photo printers
Epson has announced the arrival of its Stylus Photo PX700W and PX800FW printers, offering high quality colour images and, on the PX800FW, four-in-one functionality.
Epson claims that the quality of the photos printed by these machines exceeds that of photo labs.
The compact PX700W is fitted with a 6.3-inch colour LCD for easy perusal and selection of images, and features a high printing speed, with photos produced in around 17 seconds, plus integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet for home networking…
Canon launches two new SELPHY photo printers: ES3, ES30
Canon has announced two additions to its SELPHY line of photo printers: the ES3 and ES30.
Designed to be portable, with a compact, vertical design and fixed carry handle, the ES3 features a 3.5-inch LCD and the ES30 a three-inch LCD, for easy selection and editing of photos.
Key features include built-in image optimisation (trimming, red-eye correction), creating print button for adding frames and filter effects, direct printing from cameras and memory cards, wireless printing, plus storing of favourite prints in the ES3’s 1GB of memory…
Canon launches two compact SELPHY photo printers
Canon has announced the availability of two new SELPHY compact photo printers, the CP770 and CP760.
Both feature an easy-to-use design, user interface and button layout, have a 2.5-inch angled colour LCD TFT screen for displaying and editing photos, can print directly from a range of memory cards, and has image correction, face brightness optimisation, and red eye removal functions…
Sony's DPP-FP95 HDMI-equipped photo printer
A slightly insane idea from Sony, this – it’s gone and put an HDMI socket on a photo printer so you can look at your photos in HD on your television.
To make that idea even less appealing, the DPP-FP95 also has its own built-in 3.6″ LCD touch screen for looking at your photos on as well. It’s a gadget for people who definitely like seeing their face…