Summary: I cannot recommend this product more. Anyone who prints photos needs this product! I adore my selphy! The cost of the refills are not terribly expensive. For about $.30 a print, you have instant access. Compare that to the cost of your gas, time, waiting to get them from another retailer.
Summary: These little printers produce great photos. Blacks are better than blacks in any other printer I have ever used. Dye transfer prints do have a certain look, and prints are a bit more expensive than those made on most other home printers, but I consistently get better photos than I do from the chain...
Conclusion: Nice print quality; however, printer needs to be hard-reset all the time because it hangs up and does not respond over the WiFi. This makes WiFi useless for me, because I end up walking to the printer literally -anytime- I want to print something.
Conclusion: It does not work on Linux Mint Qiana (probably the best operating system). It does not work on Windows 8.1. It does work off SD memory chip. All I have to do is copy a picture to the SD. Remove the SD from the computer, Take the SD to the printer, and fumble with the super small screen on the CP900.
Pros: durable, High Quality Output
Cons: Difficult to use, Slow Print Speed, Difficult Setup
Conclusion: I absolutely love the quality of the prints that come out of this printer. It is so easy to use, so portable, and the color is awesome. My only complaint is that I wish they had one for 5X7,s and 8X10's.
Pros: reliable, durable, Small Footprint, High Quality Output, fast print speed, easy to use
Summary: Want to print pictures front your Windows 8 computer with the Canon CP900? Well forget about it. Canon does not and will not have drivers or it. It never says anything about not supporting W8. So basically I have to load everything on a SD card to print. Thanks for being useless Canon.
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.