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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
Takes up little space. Five ink cartridges for higher-quality text and photos. Two paper-input trays. Bluetooth 4.0 support. Excellent print quality, especially photos. Prints photos fast.
No automatic document feeder, SD card or
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