Canon has recently announced that it will be launching two new compact printers to be included as part of the Selphy range. The CP760 and CP770 are both said to offer lab quality prints that will last for 100 years (presumably, that hasn’t been tested yet, otherwise these printers have been in development for a very long time indeed).
The CP760 offers a simple layout and intuitive interface, direct printing from a range of memory cards, and a 2.5” LCD display screen. Red Eye Correction and Auto Image Correction with Face Brightening also ensure that consumers get the very best quality prints.
The CP770 includes the same features, but it also comes inclusive with its own storage container – granted, it does look a but like a plastic Dulux paint tin, but its handy none the less. The more advanced CP770 also offers optional wireless printing capabilities and an optional battery pack.
The CP760 is due in shops some time this month, while you will have to wait a few weeks until June before its big brother, the CP770 is available. The Selphy range offers an affordable option when it comes to printing high quality photographs and images but I do genuinely have to question the design of the carrier for the CP770.