August 2008 Monthly Roundup for PictureSnob
Well August was a smorgasboard, folks. Lots of new photo printers hit the market for back-to-school--most look great, especially Canon and Epson, although we have some envy over what our friends in Japan get to play with. Digital picture frames remain an uneventful constant. Be sure to read about the researchers in the Midwest who are trying to develop a lens based on the human eye that would have incredible implications for medicine and consumer electronics. And on the more practical front, definitely read up on how to make tattoos with your ink jet printer. Product of the Month: Epson Artisan Series All-in-One Printers
Yes, Epson, right at the end of the month you blow us away with more great printing options. These are compact, all-in-one (printer, copier, fax) printers that feature Epson's Ultra Hi-Definition Claria photo ink and a handful of other useful features like CD/DVD printing and wi-fi. The Artisan 700 goes for $200 and the Artisan 800 for $300 -- read the full post here.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at September 2, 2008 9:09 AM