One of the signs of the times when it comes to printers is that we no longer require a computer to make them work. This is the case for the Epson Stylus Photo PX650, a printer that is more for digital photographers rather than PC users.
The PX650 features PictBridge support, a memory card slot, for copying and scanning at 1,200 DPI resolution. It also gives you a 2.5 inch LCD screen, so the user can crop and edit right at the printer.
The Epson Stylus Photo PX650 should be available sometime after September in the US for about $215. It comes with a pack of photo paper, and the Claria Photographic Ink that the printer uses is supposed to last two hundred years.
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Dell has unveiled their Wasabi ultra mobile Photo Printer. Using Bluetooth technology the PZ310 holds up to 12 sheets of adhesive-backed paper. Because it uses Zero Ink paper, you will never run. When your battery is low, Wasabi’s happy face LED icon goes sad. Connect to your camera phone or PC wirelessly and print with a PictBridge USB connection. The printer comes with a 1-Year Advanced Exchange Warranty that can be extended. You can get it for $99.00 after an instant rebate of $50.00 online.
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Our fave wholesalers have come up with a new pocket-sized point and shoot 5 megapixel Digital Camera with 3-inch TFT LCD screen. With high res JPEG images and MPEG4 AVI video capability, it features easily adjustable settings such as red eye fix, white balance, and 3 burst shots. The cam is also PictBridge compatible and comes with a USB and AV cable combination and pouch. At a price of only $99.99, we can probably forgive its uncool chartreuse color.
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Fujifilm has unveiled its 10 Megapixel FinePix Z200fd. Only 19.8mm thick, the cam has a 5x Fujinon optical zoom lens, 52MB internal memory plus xD-Picture card, SD and SDHC compatibility, and a 2.7-inch high resolution screen. It also has dual image stabilization, face detection technology, VGA movie capture, PictBridge for direct printing, and the new mode of Folder Select for categorization. No price has yet to be announced, but availability is expected this fall.
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