The big picture: “Just insert your memory card, follow the prompts, and start printing. It’s a cinch,” said a tester. You can save images to a CD with the touch of a button, and the size―“about that of a small cooler”―means it’s “perfectly portable.” The self-contained unit also has a handle for easy toting.
Print size and speed: Four by six inches in 37 seconds.
The big picture: It lets you customize your prints and features a stylus for writing captions and editing directly on the roomy seven-inch touch screen. “I can even make myself skinnier!” raved a staffer. Photos are “just right―rich, but not oversaturated,” said a tester. Taller than it is wide, the machine “takes up minimal space on a desktop.”
Print sizes and speeds: Four by six inches in 39 seconds; five by seven inches in 1 minute, 47 seconds.
Cost per print: About 33 cents for a four-by-six-inch print.
The big picture: Although it printed more slowly than other four-by-six-inch-print models, it’s “extremely well priced” and turns out “good-quality photos,” said a staffer. Weighing in at just two pounds, it features “simple to master” editing functions, like red-eye reduction.
Print size and speed: Four by six inches in 52 seconds.