Top 5 Wireless Mobile Photo Printers in 2018 (Buyers Guide)

Top 5 Wireless Mobile Photo Printers in 2018

Smartphones, drones and other devices that can capture photos and videos are all around us which has made photography the most popular hobby in the world. As a consequence one of the most bought gifts for Christmas, birthdays and other occasions are mobile wireless photo printers that can print out photos in a few seconds. Instead of buying large machines that require much more care and maintenance the industry has created a whole new niche that caters to social media power users, family snappers and geeks in creating an easy portable solution that can make analog copies of the captured memories.

This article shows some of the best buys that prospective owners can have for this year. The selected models are based on the excellent technical specifications, customer feedback and industry leadership of the vendors.

5. Canon Pixma iP110

Canon Pixma iP110

This model is one of the best representatives in this category of devices being a classic in Canon’s lineup. It is well-known and can be bought from practically every computer ship having the ability to print a full 4×6 borderless photo in less than a minute.The standard features include wireless printing using the supported protocols and apps. Canon have developed the relevant software that allows mobile users to print office documents from the built-in memory of their smartphones or tablets, as well as cloud services like OneDrive and Google Drive. Photos from Facebook, Twitter and various web photo albums can also be printed directly without the use of a PC. A convenient feature is the Save Black Ink Mode feature which can create composite black from the other colored inks.

4. Canon IVY Mini

Canon IVY Mini

This is one of the newest offerings in this industry segment from Canon. The IVY Mini is one of the most compact printers on the market (Read more...)

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