It's a very chilly 20 degrees here in New York with a light snow blanketing the floor (which will soon turn into a dirt slushie), but you could've fooled Canon. It just released a new version of its "Selphy" dye-sublimation printer, the CP780. It's designed to connect directly to a digital camera to print anywhere outside the house--a picnic, Easter egg hunt, birthday party, etc.
Last month we reviewed the Canon Selphy CP760, a cute little dye-sublimation printer that won us over with its simple menu, quick prints, and most importantly, its small-ish price tag; $100 is a fairly easy price to swallow for a single function printer, especially when we've got so many inkjet printers that can not only print out similar quality photos, but can also print out text on standard 8 1/2 inch by 11 inch paper! In either case, we were impressed by this little guy's ability to churn out excellent quality prints in a short amount of … Read more