Excerpt: Canon products are pretty popular in Singapore to date. Even with competitors like Epson and HP (Hewlett Packard), they never failed to impress me with new innovative ideas. Canon has marked an era of success with its wide range of photo printers and cameras. This new Canon SELPHY CP770 …
Excerpt: This is our old photo printer back at home. I was among those individuals who embraced the idea of ready-to-print cams like the fun polaroids from the non-digitized film camera generation. Now printing quality photos is a cinch. Any novice who can print a basic document …
Summary: I bought this printer used, for a song. Still should not have bothered. Macs are only supported (in the USA) if you have OSX 10.2 through 10.4. On the Australian Canon site I found a driver for 10.5, and luckily have a Macbook still running that version. But the prints turn out quite dark.
Summary: I was given this printer to test out and let me just say, for a scrapbooker and photographer, this thing is a must have! So easy to print as soon as you're needing a photo printed, so easy to tuck everything away inside and shove in the car to take with you on the go too!
Summary: This is a nice little printer, but just a couple of years after getting it it's now nearly useless because Canon hasn't provided a Mac OS driver update since 2009 and the latest driver won't install on Mac OS 10.7 (Lion). Oh well.
Summary: This is an awesome product. Ad Amazon offers it at an even more awesome price. I take a lot of pictures, but I am very lazy when it comes to printing them. I love that I can instantly have hard copies in my hand whenever I feel like it.
Summary: I use it to print pictures taken of guests at my restaurant. About 2000 pics in and still printing like a champ. I'm very happy! Update, February 2013. Two and a half years and several thousand pictures in and this thing is still cranking out tack sharp prints. Very happy!