Canon Selphy CP770Convenience. That’s the only thing driving sales of compact photo printers, since you can get much better quality prints for less money from a commercial printer at your drugstore, supermarket, or elsewhere.

For Canon’s new Selphy CP770 photo printer, convenience is just what the engineers ordered. Consider these specs:

  • prints 4″x6″ prints in less than a minute
  • 2.5-inch LCD
  • supports all memory cards
  • computer-free printing
  • USB (if you want to use it with a computer)
  • Bluetooth (with optional $49.99 adapter)
  • built-in controls for tweaking photos, correcting red-eye, etc.
  • a really cool bucket for catching your prints

In fact, the only we don’t like about the Selphy CP770 is that it doesn’t have a battery, so you’ll need to be tethered to a power outlet to use it. But that’s not at all unusual in the realm of these affordable compact photo printers.

The Selphy CP770 was just announced this week and goes on sale later this month. While you can pre-order the Bluetooth adapter, no one is taking orders for the printer yet. We’ll update this post with buying info when it’s available!

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