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Photo printers buying guide

Posted on Thursday, November 17 2005 @ 04:10:16 CET by


Designtechnica take pleasure in announcing the release of our latest content, consisting of a Fall 2005buying guide featuring photo printers.

Taking a great picture is wonderful. Turning it into a gorgeous print to give to friends and family is even better. Today it's even simpler, quicker and less expensive than ever to make dazzling prints. Your first clue about any printer's photographic capabilities is as obvious as its name, such as the Canon Pixma Photo Printers, HP Photosmart, Epson Stylus Photo, Lexmark Home Photo Printers, and Sony Digital Photo Printers.

You may have to dig a little deeper with other models that don't have 'photo' in their names. This doesn't mean you can't print photos with them; rather, there are models like the ones just mentioned that utilize specific technologies to deliver the ultimate in photo-quality prints. At this time, inkjet printers are the most popular way to make prints at home but models that use the dye sublimation process are gaining in popularity especially for 4x6-inch prints.. Read on over here to learn more.


 



 

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