Rod Chester and Jennifer Dudley- Nicholson spread the
word on printers
SELPHY CP10 CANON
canon. com. au
THIS AirPrint and wi- fi printer is big enough to spit out 300x300 dpi prints in 45 seconds, but small enough to be portable. Setting it up for wireless printing from a smartphone is reasonably painless and the prints have terrific colour reproduction. If you add the optional battery, this could be great to take to a kids’ party or family gathering to give guests a physical print to take home.
INSTAX SHARE SP- 1 FUJIFILM
fujifilm. com. au
LONG for the days of the Polaroid picture? FujiFilm has a mostly modern solution in its tiny Instax Share SP- 1 printer. It connects to Apple or Google gadgets with a free app and wi- fi, and lets mobile photographers print images to credit card- sized film strips.
WORKFORCE PRO WF- 4640 EPSON
epson. com. au / harveynorman. com. au
THIS workhorse printer is big on the inside where it counts – its cartridges. Load it up with the extralarge 786XL cartridges and this multifunction printer, powered by Epson’s PrecisionCore chip, can print out 2600 pages at 20 pages a minute. It also connects to your wi- fi network.
MULTIFUNCTION XPRESS C1860FW SAMSUNG
samsung. com. au
THE emphasis with this new printer range is on making it simple to link your smartphone with your printer. If your phone has NFC, and Samsung is hoping you’re in their camp, then it’s a one- tap connection to print from your phone, scan images on Xpress to send to the phone, and send documents from the phone to the printer to fax them.