Canon presents the portable photo printer
What can be better then a portable photo printer in a beautiful summer-day. You can take the pictures and at the same time you can print them. So, there is a new possibility to enjoy the photo session with the new portable photo printer by Canon.
Canon presented two sub-$100 PIXMA photo AIOs and a portable, small-format Selphy photo printer.
The PIXMA MP470 and PIXMA MP210 Photo AIOs both feature 4,800-by-1,200 dpi color resolution and text print speeds of up to 22 ppm in black and up to 17 ppm in color, and can print a 4-by-6 borderless photo in approximately 46 seconds. They both can print on up to legal-size paper, and photos up to 8-by-10.
The PIXMA MP470 and PIXMA MP210 will be the first products to incorporate Canon's "AutoImage Fix" and "Quick Start" features. AutoImage Fix includes a new function that allows automatically analyzes and categorizes the scenes in photographs to ensure that each individual scene is optimized in accordance with the scene type such as Portrait, Scenery, Snapshot, etc.
The Quick Start feature lets the user start using the AIO in a matter of seconds, without long delays between pressing the power button and actually seeing the user interface on the screen.
The printers have PictBridge and USB 2.0 connections; the MP470 also has an optional Bluetooth connection and memory card slots. The MP470 also has a 1.8-inch flip-up LCD panel, which is especially helpful for printing directly from compatible memory cards because it allows users to view and choose the pictures to print right on the screen. The MP470's scan resolution is higher, 2,400-by-4,800 dpi, compared with 600-by-1,200 for the MP210.
The PIXMA MP470 Photo All-In-One can be brought at the price of $100, and for the Bluetooth adapter $50. The Canon MP210 Photo All-In-One estimated price is $80.