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Tuesday, 21 August 2007 11:30

Canon launches portable photo printer

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Built in battery for printing on the move


Canon has launched the latest model in its range of Pixma photo printers, the tiny mini320, which is intended for printing on the move.

With support for 4x6 to 5x7 prints and photo stickers, this is a printer for digital photos and nothing else, especially as it prints at 9,600 x 2,400 dpi. It features USB 2.0 and IrDA interfaces and even Bluetooth support as well as built in memory card slots for most common memory card formats.
 

A 2.5in display makes it easy to preview the pictures and the mini320 features Auto Image Fix which should correct the pictures for you. It also supports PictBridge and Windows Vista.

 

It measures 81 x 226 x 259 mm (HxWxD) and it weighs in at 2.45kg. It can be fitted with an optical battery for US$79.99. The Bluetooth adapter is also optional, but no pricing was available. The Pixma mini320 is expected to retail for US$179.99.

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