Recently, Canon has launched its new portable photo printer Selphy CP1200. The model is an update of the previous Canon releases of 2012 and 2014—Selphy CP900 and Selphy CP910. The gadget has got a Wi-Fi Access Mode instead of Wi-Fi Direct, more usual in modern printers, and its rechargeable battery allows to print 54 photos per charge against 36 shots with the previous Selphies.
The printer meets the demands of those who still like printed photos, who has got tired of posting and sharing in Instagram and those who just need to print occasional photos on the spot.
The design of the CP1200 is almost the same as of its predecessors, but it became 10 % larger and 5 % heavier which still allows to put it in a sack when you go somewhere. The printer uses dye-sublimation technology and produces the shots of 3 paper sizes: postcard, card, and L size. With the numerous, making life easier and more comfortable, options—e.g. push-button Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) connections, a built-in 2.7-inch TFT LCD, SD-card slot, a USB computer cable, rechargeable battery and a new print-layout options for iOS or Android apps—you will get reasonably priced and decent quality shots.