Canon Selphy CP900 is a photo printer that supports wireless printing using Canon EasyPhoto Print app available on both iOS and Android. It is currently retailing for S$199.
Apart from wireless printing, it also supports printing from USB Flash Drive, Memory Cards, Direct to camera via PictBridge and Direct to Computer via USB. For this short review, I will only be reviewing wireless printing using Canon’s EasyPhoto Print app.
This year it was held at Zaffereno on the 5th October 2012 where it launches 5 new PIXMA inkjet printers, 5 new imageCLASS laser printers, 1 SELPHY compact photo printer, 5 new PowerShot cameras and 1 EOS DLSR Camera.
I was invited to the blogger session of Canon’s First Product Launch for 2011 at the brand new Canon Imaging Academy (CIA) which is just located right beside their office at Keppel Bay Tower!
The CIA will focus on developing new curricula, courses, and events that will enhance the imaging experience of programme participants. Courses planned for 2011 include basic photography, intermediate photography, strobist, studio lighting, creative photography and editing with DPP courses. The CIA will also introduce videography courses in 2011 to meet the increasing demand of enthusiasts who enjoy creating movies using Canon’s LEGRIA camcorders. For those who prefer a greater emphasis on hands-on experience, the CIA will also offer photography outings and overseas photo clinics. Each of the courses are designed to suit the varying skill-levels of participants from beginners to intermediate.
I was invited for HP Singapore 40th Anniversary at Dempsey The House last Friday. Didn’t take pictures as I left my camera at home, but you can check out Joe’s Blog for pictures! And the food there is fantastic. The part is hosted by Muttons from 987FM and they are awesomely funny!
To celebrate HP Singapore 40th Anniversary, there is 40 Days of Christmas with HP. From 22nd November 2010 through to 31st December 2010, HP will be giving Christmas shoppers 40 days of great offers.
Brother today launches three new P-Touch labellers. My first labeller was from Brother I think back in the early 2000s. I used it to label my books and electrical switches.
Singapore, 18th November 2009 – Brother International Singapore, a leader in home and business IT peripherals that focuses on the ‘Customer-First’ approach, announced today the launch of new P-Touch labellers. Compromising of three models, (PT-90, PT-1090 and PT-1290), the new series features enhanced “Deco Mode”, easy-to-use function keys and have simple chic designs.