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  1. #1
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    Apr 2015

    Buyer's Guide Best photo printer for your needs

    While there may be hundreds of photo printer models that you can choose from, in order to get the best, you should understand what you're looking for and what device matches your requirements and preferences. That is why presented here are some excellent models of photo printers which are considered best in their particular purpose.

    Home photo printing is something every parent wants because it saves a lot of time and money. And for that purpose, the Canon PIXMA iP100 is the most preferable device to use. This function inkjet device has been incorporated with qualities that make it a really good photo printer. It has more than 1,856 nozzles and it has a resolution of 9,600 dpi. Support for IrDA and PictBridge lets you print directly from cameras and cell phones. Thanks to a blazing sprint speed, you can have a beautiful 4 x 6 inch print in less than a minute.

    For office use, there's no better photo printer than the HP OfficeJet Pro 8620. This device has complete printing, copying, scanning, and faxing features. Print from your smartphone, tablet, and notebook across the office or on the go. It's simple and direct-even without a network-using wireless options or NFC touch-to-print technology. Use Ethernet for wired connectivity. It's perfect for producing brochures and handouts for the company, and it's also great for magazine printing. It has wireless connectivity for easy sharing as well.

    Going out of town isn't complete if you don't have photo souvenirs, and the Epson PictureMate Show is perfect for this job. It has a 7'' widescreen digital photo frame which also serves as the monitor for operating and navigating the device. It even comes with a remote control for easy distant operation. This dye sublimation printer is capable of printing up to 4'' x 6'' size photos in 37 seconds.

    If you're a professional photographer and you want to be where the action is anytime, the DNP Photo DS40 photo printer is an excellent device that brings your profession with you wherever you go. This device is a professional and commercial photo printer that uses dye sublimation. It can produce lab-quality photos and it has everything you need.

    For business that involve printing posters, banners, tarpaulins, and other large format photos and illustrations, the HP DesignJet Z2100 24'' Photo Printer is the top choice. It has wired network connectivity for easy sharing and it is capable of printing on A, B, C, D, and E medium sizes, with maximum print dimensions of 24'' x 300'.

    These printers are all categorized according to their functions and uses, and they can definitely be considered best in each of their particular fields. It will be much easier for you to select the printer of your choice if you use these models as your references of the best photo printer.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2021
    Though Sawgrass manufacture sublimation printers but I believe that EPSON printers are more durable and provide good quality prints. Top 10 Best Epson Sublimation Printers For Beginners in 2022 - Top Sublimation Printer

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