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A PCMag What’s New Now Top Review, September 25, 2018
Small and spiffy. Voice control with supported smart home UIs. IFTTT scripting for extending smart capabilities. Impressive print quality. Competitive ink costs with Instant
Prints cool “hyperphotos” that animate when viewed through the Lifeprint app. Easy social media integration. Prints are larger than more-common wallet-size photo printer output.
Prints are costly, and inconsistent in quality. A little
Networkable via Ethernet. Huge color touch screen control panel. 100-sheet ADF. Control panel supports up to 30 configurable users. Wide security options.
Somewhat costly. No Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct for mobile connectivity.