I don’t need to tell you that the trend in the world of electronics is to get small (or slim) or get out. We’ve seen the trend take the cell phone world by storm, with similarly small offerings being found in the digital camera and laptop realms as well. The same can be said about printers, which are also getting smaller and smaller.
While the Sony DPP-FP35 portable compact photo printer isn’t exactly pocketable, it’s fairly diminutive given its capabilities. Competing directly against the tiny SELPHY line from Canon, the Sony DPP-FP35 is set to launch in Korea, featuring a print resolution of 300x300dpi. This photo printer supports Supercoat 2, AutoFine 3, and Exif print functions.
It takes about a minute to print a postcard-sized photograph using the DPP-FP35, according to Sony, and you don’t even need to hook it up to a computer as an intermediary thanks to its PictBridge support.
Retail price is set at a very affordable 99,000 Korean Won (about $104 USD).