The latest addition to Canon's compact dye-sub printer line, the Selphy ES2 follows last year's ES1 by adding a few new bells and whistles to the same 4x6 printer engine.
The most notable bells include an upgrade to a 3-inch LCD from the ES1's 2.5-inch model and a redesigned physical interface. Whistles include new photo effects, frames and clip art selections to add at print time.
Since it uses the same combo ink/paper cartridges, it costs the same 28 cents per print. It should also spit out prints in roughly 69 seconds. And like the ES1, the ES2 can operate off an optional battery.
The ES2 is slated to ship next month for $199.99.