Canon SELPHY CP910 Compact Photo Printer Review

Canon SELPHY CP910
Canon Selphy CP910 is compact photo printer that you see. CP910 an upgrade of the CP900 photo printer with its new Access Point Mode, the printer allows you to directly connect your wireless camera or smart device without the need of a network. Access Point Mode simplifies printing your photos than ever to not be dependent on the network. In addition, Lightweight and compact in size, the Selphy CP910 is easy to take just about anywhere. The printer may be contained in bags fit to carry around. The printer is suitable for printing photos while you're traveling or at parties need to print photos quickly.

The first impression of the Canon Selphy CP910 is very small size. With 5 x 4 x 2.4 inches size and weighs only 1,8 £ (excluding tray and roll ink), the printer may be carry around. Tray is designed very convenient, supports a maximum paper size of 10 x 15 cm prints Canon's dedicated and papers postcard, sticker... This tray capacity 18 sheets of photo paper 10 x 15 cm, can be easily removable by hand. Selphy CP910 used 24V power and adapter included. In addition, Canon also offers removable rechargeable battery so you can print where there is no power. Screen 2.7-inch color LCD can be flipped up and down with the control key sequences on the upper side. Front edge with CF card reader and SD / MMC separately. Canon Selphy CP910 dye sublimation using thermal ink ribbon type coils, each coil ink can print 10 x 15cm 36 photos. What's more it's Air Print enabled, making wireless printing from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch almost effortless. No drivers are needed. Mobile Device Printing allows images on compatible iOS, Android and Windows RT devices to be sent directly to the printer as well.

Pros

Easy Setup

I can tell you that only a few steps you can simply set the CP910 to print photos. Open the cover on the side panel and slide the dye roll in, load paper in the paper tray, and insert the tray in the front, which adds about seven inches to the printer's depth. You can then plug in the power adapter or connect the battery. In addition, you want to print from a computer, you first install the printer driver from the bundled disc and connect by USB cable or Wi-Fi. You absolutely can set the printer without assistance. It's really very easy solution for printing and rarely occurred.

Easy to use

Selphy CP910 assist you in editing images with a certain number of functions and necessary. You can rotate the LCD screen 2.7-inch to make the display easier to read. On the cover with the function keys integrated support for editing your photos. You can print immediately from a camera supporting PictBridge by connecting to it by cable or by Wireless PictBridge. You can also plug in a memory card or USB key and print using the built-in menu system. As is standard for dedicated photo printers, the menus offer some basic, self-explanatory editing features, such as letting you crop the image.

Fast Print Speed

Except for the phone, the speed was nearly the same in all cases, with our standard test photos printed from the computer averaging 1 minute 1 second, and all other photos from the camera, USB key, and memory card taking between 54 seconds and 1:01. This speed is essentially the same as Canon CP900. However, both the Epson PictureMate Show and the Epson PictureMate Charm are a bit faster, averaging 41 seconds for printing from a computer. But printing speed is not enough to become a problem.

Airprint

For mobile printing, the CP910 supports AirPrint. Setting up a direct wireless connection with Access Point mode the first time is much like setting up a Bluetooth connection between your phone and car audio system. Once it's set up, your phone will find the printer whenever the two are close by and powered on, letting you print simply by launching the app, picking one or more photos, and giving the print command.

Customer Reviews

Canon SELPHY CP910

Cons

When I reviewed the Canon CP900, I said I'd be a lot more enthusiastic about it if it included Wi-Fi Direct. The CP910 still lacks Wi-Fi Direct, but Canon's Access Point mode looks, works, and acts the same way, making it fully equivalent and making me suitably more enthusiastic. In addition, the Selphy CP910 is only capable of printing images of size 4 "x 6". Therefore, you should consider carefully before buy products to provide the best for your printing needs.


Conclusion

Canon Selphy CP910 is the perfect choice when printing in different places. It is appropriate to move easier. You can print photos from anywhere you like. The quality of the print is very good because it uses Dye Sublimation printing technology. It is suitable for printing family or friends to create the album and its price is very good.


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