An inkjet printer that thinks it’s a pen
By William Harrel-September 3, 2020
Touted by its manufacturer as the world’s smallest inkjet printer, the Selpic P1 ($99 through September 2020; $199 thereafter) is a palm-size gadget suitable for printing directly on an array of objects and materials. It resembles the Editors’ Choice Colop e-mark “digital rubber stamp” I reviewed here in February. Like the $349.99 e-mark, the P1 is designed for printing labels, bar codes, QR codes, logos, and other imprints on a variety of media, ranging from paper and label stock to cloth and packaging material. An important difference between the P1, the Colop e-mark, and some other handheld printers is that while the Selpic supports multiple ink colors, it can use only one at a time, while some competing devices combine base colors to deliver full-color prints. Given its low price, ease of use, and good print quality, however, it’s an inexpensive, handy means of labeling, barcoding, and decorating just about anything, and therefore a logical Editors’ Choice for low-cost handheld printers.
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