updated 05:05 pm EDT, Mon May 7, 2007
New Canon photo printers
Canon's Dutch division has announced two new printers in its Selphy photo-printer line. The CP740 and 750 will replace the 720 and 730, respectively, and introduce some new features, such as new printing modes and automatic red-eye correction. The printers are similar in many regards, but the 750 is clearly the dominant of the new ones, as it has a larger, 2.4-inch LCD screen, as well as more printing modes: these include the ability to trim an image in-printer, and apply color effects such as sepia, slide film and black-and-white.
It also has built-in infrared inputs, in addition to the USB and card-reader ports on the 740. Both printers have the option of a Bluetooth adapter. Prices and exact release dates are unknown, but as Selphy printers are available in the United States, the new models should eventually be on sale in North America.