Two family-friendly photo printers from Canon

Canon just released two new compact and portable photo printers: the Selphy CP770 and the CP760.

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Canon just added two new players to its roster of Selphy portable photo printers: the CP770 and CP760, both heavily marketed to families interested in printing photos directly off their phones and digital cameras. We liked its full-size sibling, the Selphy CP740, so we're looking forward to checking these out.

Let's take a look:

Canon Selphy CP760 Canon USA
Selphy CP760:

  • $100
  • Familiar rectangular shape
  • 2.5-inch color TFT screen
  • Features Canon's "Portrait Image Optimize" technology for light photo fixes on the go.
  • Print resolution: 300x300 dpi
  • Connects via PictBridge, USB, IrDA, or directly through memory card slots


Canon Selphy CP770 Canon USA
Selphy CP770:

  • $150
  • Shaped like a bucket you'd take to the beach, with a printer on top and storage underneath for accessories
  • Number of buttons has been simplified from previous models
  • 2.5-inch color TFT screen
  • Print resolution: 300x300 dpi
  • Connects via PictBridge, USB, IrDA, or directly through memory card slots



Both printers feature Canon's image-preservation technology that spreads a thin layer of lamination over the photo to reduce bleeding and smudging.

Canon also offers two optional accessories for the printers: a Bluetooth adapter ($50) for wireless printing and an external battery pack ($80).

 

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