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Canon Selphy CP910 Lets You Change Photo Textures

Canon Selphy CP910 Lets You Change Photo Textures

Canon has launched the Selphy CP910 photo printer for home users.

Users can print directly from their mobile devices without the need for external routers via Canon's Easy-PhotoPrint App (for both Apple and Android devices), thanks to integrated wireless capabilities like the mobile access mode. They'll also be able to customize and enhance their images for the desired finish, with the new creative print finishes and larger range of print sizes on the Selphy CP910. Equipped with the dye-sublimation thermal print technology, printed photos will own a high resolution of 300 x 300dpi.

Also, Apple AirPrint is supported, so you can print wirelessly from your iPhone/iPad. The Selphy CP910 also lets you connect via Wi-Fi, SD Card, USB memory, and USB cords.

Using the new Print Finish function, users can change photo textures by adjusting the settings on the Printer's LCD monitor. It's compatible with a wide selection of printer paper including select square stickers, which is ideal for users to print out their Instagram images. Also, it now has the ability to print 43 different types of ID photo sizes, 15 more than the traditional 28 sizes. Users can filter the ID photo size options so only the frequently used sizes are displayed on the LCD panel first.

The CP910 is the first Selphy printer to use Canon's new series of ink cartridges. Compared to the previous Selphy CP models which operate on 36 prints ink cassette, the new cartridges allow users to print 54 sheets without a cartridge change. On top of reducing downtime due to cartridge changes, this lowers the possibility of dust and dirt entering the printer.

Available in Black or White, the Canon Selphy CP910 is available for S$179.

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