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New Sony DPP-EX50 PictureStation printer

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-08 12:11:21
During our visit to the PMA 2004 show in Las Vegas not only digital cameras were introduced but all kind of printers as well. With digital camera sales in the U.S. now outpacing traditional camera sales, Sony Electronics is set to answer the question, "How do I share all these pictures?" with an easy-to-use, PC-free home photo printer. The company's new DPP-EX50 PictureStation printer is a dedicated, at-home photo printer that, like Sony's other printers, uses dye-sublimation technology, to create durable, lab-quality prints. The model also incorporates both Memory Stick PRO and CompactFlash media slots, as well as two USB ports, one in the front for connection to a digital camera or camcorder and one in the back for connection to a PC.


Canon launches 13x19 INCH desktop photo printer

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-29 02:10:39
Canon's i9900 desktop photo printer empowers consumers, photo enthusiasts and working photographers to make their own professional quality borderless photo prints. The 13 x 19-inch inkjet printer features new red and green ink cartridges for rich, accurate colour rendition, industry leading 4800 x 2400 dpi (resolution may vary based on printer driver setting) maximum colour resolution, microscopic 2 picoliter ink droplets, as well as USB 2.0 Hi-speed and Firewire interfaces. The i9900 desktop photo printer will be available in May for a suggested list price $499.99 (prices subject to change at any time). The i9900 photo printer is the first in its class to offer eight individual ink tanks.


Hi-Ti introduces large format printers 730PL/730PS

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:16:13
Hi-Touch Imaging Technologies is demonstrating its new large format printer. This new printer will be targeting more home use end-users as well as professional event photographers. Hi-Touch has aggressively introduced their cost per 4"x6" print at a competitive 40¢ per print. A 50-Photopaper pack comes with a ribbon cartridge and 50 sheets of photo paper good for 50 prints carrying a retail price of $20. This compares favourably with other dye-sublimation brands whose costs per print are in the 55-85¢ range. The HiTi 730PS features impressive maximum 6"X8" borderless prints, which is the upgrade of the original outstanding stand-alone HiTi 630PS.


Canon launches the Bubble Jet i80 printer

Mark Peters : 2004-02-04 17:17:39
Canon is pleased to announce the world's fastest and highest resolution mobile printer: the 14ppm (mono), 4800x1200dpi Bubble Jet i80. Key features include optional Bluetooth support, Micro-Nozzles delivering 2pl droplet size and an optional battery pack/charger. The printer is PictBridge compatible for direct USB connection and photo printing with any compliant digital camera or camcorder, without the need for a PC. At just 52mm thick and with a profile area less than the A4 sheets it can print, it is smaller than competing printers. A sleek design and champagne gold finish match its superior performance. With Canon's patented advanced MicroFine droplet Technology, the printer has 2pl droplet size and unrivalled print head density.


Canon introduces new MultiPASS MP390 printer

Mark Peters : 2004-01-07 19:43:41
Canon's CES announcement handles not one of those 20 new digital cameras everyone is talking about but a new all-round desktop photo printer for home, small-office and home office users. This new printer prints photos, text and web pages to scans of images, copies and faxes. It has fast printing speeds with up to 18 pages ppm in black and 12 ppm in colour. This printer delivers high-quality photos by using a print head that incorporates both 5 picoliter nozzles for fast printing speeds and microscopic 2 picoliter nozzles that significantly reduce the size of the dots on the page. Combining the small droplet size and printing at a maximum resolution of up to 4800x1200 colour dpi allows users to create photo prints that rival minilab prints.






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