10. 13. 2009
Epson's PictureMate Charm personal photo printer looks as pretty as a picture
Photo labs get a few zillion degrees closer to extinction since the time Epson announced this latest news-grabber - the PictureMate Charm personal photo printer this morning. So the next time you find yourself at a party or just an unexpected get-together at home, all you need to distribute high-resolution (5760 x 1440 dpi), 4 x 6-inch full color prints in under 37 seconds is to press a few buttons on the PictureMate Charm.
The highest resolution printer in its category, the PictureMate Charm comes with ink and 100 sheets of either glossy or matte-finish 4x6-inch photo paper and boasts built-in auto photo correction and red-eye removal. You can also get an add-on Bluetooth adapter using which you can get prints straight out of Bluetooth cellphones and other Bluetooth compatible devices such as PDAs. The printer also supports direct printing from memory cards. Well we know what you must be thinking - yes, of course it allows for different color tones such as black and white, sepia, or color and the option to switch between popular photo layouts.
And most important - all these nifty features don't take the PictureMate Charm out of the common man's reach. It is very affordably priced at $150, and will be available from Epson online.