Summary: The only reason I didn't give it 5 starts is because the prints take a while and the paper set is expensive. You have to replace the cartridge about every 36 prints. The paper pack and cartridge come together so there is no guess work on when the cartridge will run out.
Summary: Bought this in October of 2013. It is now March 2014. Pathetic machine just doesn't work any more. Perhaps it's best to buy with the insurance plan. Even though it did print quality pictures at one time, I can not recommend this product.
Pros: Produces excellent 4x6 dye sub prints. An excellent obsolete product.
Cons: Canon has decided to pull the plug on this excellent printer. There are no drivers available for Windows 8 and Canon has no plans to provide any. When a company stops supporting its products it time to stop buying that companies products. No more Canon products for me, EVER.
Summary: This is a complicated printer, identical to ones I have had and don't use in the past. What I searched for was a printer that you stick your Android phone into and it prints photos. This requires add-ons. Very disappointed, returned, lost some money in the return process of course.
Summary: This printer is very handy for its intended purpose (for us, printing pictures from our iPhones). We couldn't get it to work properly through our home wireless router, and were ruining some ink with blank photos (the ink tape rolls from one end of the cartridge to the other even if you don't get a...
Summary: My wife came to me a couple of days ago saying that she wanted to start a memory portfolio - she wanted to be able to print from her phone, and didn't want to mess with wires and all that. I hadn't looked into photo printers for a LONG while, my last experience was ink jet.
Summary: Got this for my mom for all the family pictures she loves it and it look awesome. You are looking at a fruit roll up thermal transfer printer here. Translation it blows the socks of any ink jet. Now it is not really called fruit roll up thermal transfer. They are called thermal transfer printers.
Summary: We got my daughter a little digital camera and wanted to get a simple, photo-focused printer to use along with it that would be very easy to use, and this SELPHY is perfect. It prints beautiful 4x6 photos, has a tiny footprint (this thing is very small- not much bigger than the photos it prints!