Many smartphone users take tons of photos and post them on a few favourite social media sites. However, most of us do not end up doing much else with them. Fujifilm is looking to change this with the Instax Share SP-1, their lightweight, portable printer that can turn your smart device into an instant camera.
The Instax Share allows you to print of any photograph that is stored on an iOS or Android device to Fujifilm Instax mini film, giving you a credit-card-sized keepsake in seconds. Fujifilm has also added direct printer compatibility for a few of their mirrorless and compact cameras.
The app that is designed for the printer is one of its most shining features. It offers a variety of filter and template options to touch up or enhance your photographs specifically for printing. Fujifilm’s intelligence filter provides just the right amount of punch and really makes the printed photo pop. The real time template is also an interesting feature that allows you to print the photograph’s location, time and weather conditions right on the picture. One thing that I found very useful was the app’s ability to use photographs from anywhere on your device. I found myself editing and importing ph…
HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3700 all-in-one printer is also easy to use with a mobile device. The all-in-one printer can print 480 pages on a single cartridge.
HP has officially launched the world’s smallest all-in-one printer. HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3700 all-in-one printer which combines a small form factor with usual needs like print, scan and copy.
HP’s latest all-in-one printer is basically about mobile printing. The printer can connect with any mobile device over WiFi and supports WiFi Direct for easy connection. The printer can connect directly from Facebook, Instagram and other social accounts right away. The key focus here is the ease of printing, which now comes in a compact form factor.
HP’s latest inkjet printer will appeal to most as it is half the size of other inkjet printers available in the market. At Rs 7,176, t…
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YU YUPIX printer will cost Rs 6999 and will be an Amazon exclusive.
Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma’s Yu Televentures has launched a new portable printer called YUPix compatible with Android and iOS smartphones and priced Rs 6999.
YUPIX is a compact pocket sized printer — like the one LG launched a couple of years ago — primarily for smartphone photos. YU claims the printer has an image transfer speed which is 10 times faster than other pocket printers. Its dimensions are 2.99 x 6.01 x 0.94 inches and it weighs 273gms.
It uses ‘dye sublimation’ printing technology with a resolution of 291 dpi and supports JPEG format. The size of the photo print is 2.1 x 3.4 inch and it can take 10 photos continuously. YU claims the print time is 60 seconds for each picture and YUPIX has a 750 mAh battery.
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