Canon unveiled today a horde of new digital imaging products. One of these is the compact and portable Pixma mini320 Compact Photo Printer, priced at around $180.
The Pixma mini320 is the first in its compact photo printer family to print what Canon says are photo lab quality images up to 5-inches x 7-inches. The printer comes with a 2.5-inch LCD screen with wide viewing angles and offers a scroll wheel interface. Consumers can print photos from compatible memory cards, digital cameras or camcorders, Bluetooth devices and a compatible camera phone.
Portability is offered via a retractable handle, fold up design and optional battery. This sounds like a great printer for printing out on demand those digital images grandma wants, though we think it would have been nice if Canon included the battery with the printer as standard.