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$219.85 list($199.99)
21. Canon BJC-80 Portable Printer
22. Brother MPrint MW-140BT Bluetooth
$214.99 $184.89 list($379.00)
23. Canon CP-330 Compact Photo Printer
$126.34 $120.35 list($139.99)
24. Canon CK-51 Cradle Kit for i70
$389.85 list($349.99)
25. Canon BJC-55 Color Bubble Jet
$105.75 list($189.95)
26. Canon CP-200 Photo Printer
$87.30 $77.00 list($119.99)
27. Brother P-Touch QL-500 Manual-Cut
$159.00 list($249.99)
28. Canon i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer
$249.88 list($309.95)
29. Canon CP-300 Photo Printer
$28.97 list($149.99)
30. SiPix A6 Black Pocket Palm Printer
$107.99 $85.00 list($89.99)
31. Dymo Labelwriter 400 for Pc/mac
$282.14 list($299.99)
32. Brother MPrint MW-100 Mobile Printer
$179.89 list($329.99)
33. HP 350c Portable DeskJet Printer
$82.64 $79.85 list($129.99)
34. Brother P-Touch 1500PC Labeling
$349.85 list($338.94)
35. Canon BJC-50 Color Bubble Jet
$74.95 list($79.99)
36. Canon Universal Adapter for i70
37. SiPix A6 Pocket Palm Printer
$10.44 $8.28 list($13.99)
38. Brother DK-1201 Die-Cut Standard
$16.14 $14.34 list($24.99)
39. Brother DK-1202 Paper Shipping
$28.49 list($29.99)
40. Casio KL-780 EZ Label Printer

21. Canon BJC-80 Portable Printer
by Canon Computer Systems
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00000JFKT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 9819
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Canon BJC-80 portable printer is an ideal traveling companion. You get big inkjet printer performance from this small unit. The BJC-80 outputs black text at a fast five pages per minute (ppm), and color at two ppm, both at resolutions of 720 x 360 dots per inch (dpi). Canon includes some powerful printing technology in this portable printer. Its Drop Modulation Technology provides crisp, black text and rich, vivid color. The Canon BJC-80 is not only a powerful portable printer, it also quickly converts into a sheetfeed scanner. Simply insert Canon's optional Color Image Scanner Cartridge and the BJC-80 is scanning documents into your computer in minutes. For added convenience, the BJC-80 includes an IrDA wireless interface for cable free printing. It's powered by either an included AC power cord, or optional rechargeable batteries with power to print up to 200 pages. ... Read more


  • 30-sheet input tray; up to 4.5 ppm black, 2 ppm color
  • Parallel and infrared interfaces
  • Compact design, ideal for traveling
  • Supports optional rechargeable battery and scanning attachment
  • Presentation-level 720 x 360 dpi resolution

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars 5 years later
I bought this almost 5 years ago and it still works.the ink is too expensive, and the paper doesn't always feed right, but I've gone through a lot of other printers in the same period of time and this is the only one I still have and use. I travel with it and it gets banged around and has been dropped several times and otherwise abused.I was recently looking for a replacement--thinking that there should be something as good that is new and cheaper, but I was disappointed in everything I saw and I'm just going to keep using this one.It prints just fine (with some help) and is reliable.

1-0 out of 5 stars A waste of money
I bought this printer because I travel a lot.The first time I used it, it printed only half a page.After repeated requests for help, I got it to print --- quit working almost exactly to the date that the warranty ran out.Canon not helpful at all.I am looking for another portable printer but it will not be a Canon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little printer
This is a great little printer.It is a little slow but its quality is great.It is quite small and compact, perfect for a traveling business man.All in all this is a great printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Still Going Strong Two Years Later ...
I have nothing but good things to say about the BJC-80.I've had it for two years, use it almost daily (mostly for color graphics printing) and it's still going strong.It travels well and is very convenient to use. Black and white print quality is excellent and color print quality is outof this world.I have the battery pack and use infrared with my Thinkpadnotebook (something about wireless printing that can really impress aclient!).I also use the scanning adapter - works fine on the road, but Iprefer a flatbed scanner for most jobs.

5-0 out of 5 stars A versatile, rugged and economical portable printer
My company sells Home Inspection software (Palm-Tech Inspector) and many of our inspectors have commented on how much they like the Canon BJC-80. It is light, easy to carry, and has a good page feeder. In our tests, theBJC-80 averages 150-170 pages of full text per mono cartridge in draftmode. Its color graphics are good for a portable printer. Infraredcommunication is a little slower than its competition, but as a cabledsolution it is untouchable.

We at Palm-Tech reccomend the BJC-80 to ourclients every day. ... Read more

22. Brother MPrint MW-140BT Bluetooth Mobile Printer
by Brother

Asin: B0001M3NEC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 30032
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With the MPrint MW-140BT from Brother, you can print documents on-the-go from your Palm, PocketPC, or laptop. Lightweight (only 10 ounces) and perfect for travel, the MW-140BT utilizes Bluetooth technology to print 4.1-by-2.9-inch documents, without the need for external cabling.

The MW-140BT utilizes an automatic feed mechanism to print from one of several available print cassettes, which include thermaPlus M paper, carbon copy, labels, or cut labels (two sizes). The direct thermal printing technology prints at a 300 x 300 resolution with print speeds of up to 15 seconds per page.

The MW-140BT has a bluetooth range of up to 30 feet, while an indicator light lets you know the printer's status. The included software bundle helps you to get the best prints possible and includes drivers for Palm, PocketPC, and Windows. A USB port is included for connecting to non-Bluetooth enabled laptops.

The built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery comes with an AC adapter for charging purposes. Up to 100 pages can be printed continuously with a fully charged battery, while an auto power-off feature helps conserve battery life by shutting down after 5 minutes of inactivity. Compatible with Windows laptops only, the MW-140BT also comes backed with a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Printer, software CD-ROM, USB cable, compact switching adapter, one paper cassette containing 50 sheets of thermal paper ... Read more


  • Bluetooth and USB interfaces; PC, Palm OS, Pocket PC compatible
  • 300 x 300 dpi resolution
  • Up to 15 seconds per page print speed
  • Auto power-off, status and charging indicator lights
  • Up to 100 pages of continuous printing

23. Canon CP-330 Compact Photo Printer Kit
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $379.00
our price: $214.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00021XICY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 13490
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Share your digital pictures even faster! Super sleek and ultra-light, the Canon CP-330 Compact Photo Printer gives you the power to print directly from a wide range of Canon digital cameras and PictBridge compatible cameraswith or without a computer! Fast and versatile it can produce color prints in just 85 seconds. Plus, a variety of paper cassette sizes allows you to print 4" x 6", 4" x 8", credit card, and mini-label size prints with or without borders! Uses Canon refills only. Camera not included. ... Read more


  • 4-by-8, 4-by-6, credit card, and mini label sizes
  • Rechargeable batteries; USB interface; PictBridge compatible
  • Dye-sublimation technology for prints with professional look and feel
  • Water and fade-resistant protective overcoating
  • Postcard size photos in just 85 seconds

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I agree with all the reviews that say good things about this printer.For this printer to do its magic you really do need to have taken a snap that is well exposed in the first place.I have been amazed at some of the quality photographs produced.This printer does an amazing job on skin-tones.I have been disappointed with some land-scape shots, but they were realistic.I need to hone my photography skills more, perhaps.There is one amazing feature this printer has and no review, I have read yet, mentioned it i.e. the paper-tray doubles as a photo-paper holder (by folding over the flap) which stores your photo-paper and protects it from dust when it is not being used.Dust is the big enemy of photo-printing.

The only thing that prevented me giving this printer 5 stars was the cost of paper & ink and so far I have only being able to purchase them on line.Buying the large 108 pack does bring the price down and buying a few of them (if you can afford it) keeps the cost of post & packaging down also.

For portability, elegance and production it is one of the best photo printers out there at the moment.

2-0 out of 5 stars Paper Doesn't Fit Printer!!!
Canon suggests you buy 4x6 Paper to fit the printer. They don't give you a cartridge to use the paper with. They give you a postcard size and a Wide Size. They also only give you a ink cartridge to print 5 pictures worth. You would think with a printer that costs this much they could give you a proper cartridge, suggest the right paper to use and give you an actual ink cartridge that lasts at least 24 pictures!!

3-0 out of 5 stars am i not getting something here?
I received this printer as a gift, and was very pleased initially.... once i figured the cost per print, i wasn't sure if the convenience outweighed the cost... if you buy the 36 pack of paper and ink (you need to buy these, you can't use just regular photo printer paper) it works out to about 42 cents per... if you send yourimages to an online processor, it is anywhere from 22 to 29 cents per, and you have a guarantee that if it doesn't come out they will at least reprint it or refund your money. We were able to print out images on Christmas (nice feature, spontaneous and portable) but 2 of the 20 images printed out with a fuzzy on the photograph (which reprinted fine, but we paid for it basically).
the image quality is good, but the convenience factor is really what you are paying for, stock up on bulk packs and it may work out financially...
it is an excellent product, but there are limitations;
quality (fuzzies)

other than that, it is a great product

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost Perfect
First, if you shoot a SLR Digital and want a quick turn around for a proof, this is your printer (especially in the field).

The only calibration/setting that I have needed to do is in the Brightness and Red.It only took three prints total to get the color balance right.It appears to work with all other pictures without readjustment

A big plus: it does a great job of printing Black & White.I have only one picture that might have a slight sepia tint.That is a very big plus for me.I shoot mostly B&W, with the portability and product; it has helped with many of my film shots.

Two reasons why I did not give it five stars; first, a matte paper would be nice, second, in the preview/adjustment screen it would be nice to see the adjustment of colors to the picture you want to print (not a generic smiling child).

It is worth the cost for these reasons: portability, exceptional quality, ease of use, it is multi-voltage (110-240v) and more importantly, the compatibility with XP.

5-0 out of 5 stars Professional Quality Photos
I love having my own photo lab at home! This printer is simply fantastic and produces photos that look great. In fact, I can hardly tell the difference from the photos printed with my CP-330 and the ones I've had professionally developed. Photos come out incredibly sharp and colorful.

My favorite feature on this printer is the fact that I can plug my camera directly into it to print a photo that was taken mere moments before. It is so much fun to take photos and then almost immediately be able to have and share a print of it.

If you are looking for an easy to use, high quality photo printer, this would be the perfect choice. ... Read more

24. Canon CK-51 Cradle Kit for i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer (8413A003)
by Canon
list price: $139.99
our price: $126.34
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008IOQZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 24378
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Providing a power source for the supremely portable Canon i70, this simple two-piece kit frees you from the need for wall outlets. The lithium-ion battery has a memory-free charging capability that allows you to recharge when it's convenient--you don't have to run the battery down before it will accept a full charge, with no long-term side effects. On a two-hour charge, you can expect approximately 450 printed pages from your i70; less if the full-color photo options are employed.

The second piece in the kit combines two functions. It cradles your printer in an upright position, giving it a space-saving spot on your desktop; the bottom side contains a convenient charger for the battery. Canon provides a one-year warranty, which covers parts and service. ... Read more


  • Genuine Canon quality accessory
  • Includes battery, battery housing, and desktop cradle/charger
  • Compatible with Canon i70 mobile printer
  • Powerful lithium-ion formulation, up to 6-hour capacity
  • Printer stands upright while battery charges

25. Canon BJC-55 Color Bubble Jet Printer
by Canon Office Products
list price: $349.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004ZAV2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 11140
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Lightweight design and wireless connectivity allow you to take the Canon BJC-55 Color Bubble Jet printer anywhere you go. Weighing in at just over 2 pounds, the compact BJC-55 is fully portable. Use the built-in Fast IrDA for convenient wireless printing or the USB port for quick and easy connection to both Mac and PC systems. The BJC-55 runs on the long-life lithium-ion battery and allows you to print up to 100 pages before recharging.

The BJC-55 provides desktop-quality printing at 5.5 pages per minute (2 ppm color). It handles several types of paper, including legal, A4, European, and also envelopes. At 720 x 360 dpi, it produces sharp lines and crisp color. Optional photo ink can be added for printing high-quality photos. Other options include a 100-sheet automatic feeder and the IS-12 Color Image Scanner cartridge so you can use your printer as a color sheetfed scanner.

The Canon BJC-55 includes a CD-ROM, printer drivers, and user's guide. --Emily Bakko ... Read more


  • Convenient wireless printing from compatible computers or hand-held organizers
  • 720 by 360 dpi print resolution
  • Desk-top quality printing in a compact model
  • Built-in USB and Fast IrDA
  • Prints black text at 5.5 pages per minute, color text at 2 pages per minute

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
I needed a printer to go with my Notebook and this one filled the bill.It isn't cheap but you seem to get what you pay for.When at home, adding the Auto Sheet Feeder makes it as convenient as a stationary printer but with a smaller footprint.Highly recommend this one for the Notebook users.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT PRINTER

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best printer for your notebook
You can't buy a better printer for your notebook!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great, and long-lasting
I've had the predecessor (BJC-50) for about 4 years.It has been used heavily at home and one the road, and it has taken hard beatings.It has finally given out, and I'm going to buy another.

It's a truly amazing product.I can't think of another computer peripheral that still costs the same as it did 4 years ago -- and is still worth the high price.Why can't anyone else match it at a lower price?Darned if I know!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Palm Vx
I bought this printer for my Palm Vx.It works flawless with printboy.would buy again ... Read more

26. Canon CP-200 Photo Printer
by Canon
list price: $189.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000B0ADN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 3379
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

  • Full color direct digital printer
  • Dye-sublimation thermal transfer
  • Prints photos from Canon Powershot digital cameras without a computer
  • Prints either 4" x 6" or credit-card-size photos
  • 300 x 300 dpi USB A-B ... Read more


    • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty
    • 300 x 300 dpi resolution, dye-sublimation technology for rich color
    • Prints 4-by-6-inch snapshots in as little as 85 seconds
    • Supports PictBridge for direct digital-camera printing, no PC required
    • Portable pocket-sized convenience, weighs less than 29 ounces

    Reviews (18)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Go to Canon USA's Website for Drivers!
    This is a good quality printer with 2 major restrictions.First, the printer, printer paper & cartridge packs, and additional paper trays for labels and such are expensive.Second, the largest it prints is 4"x6".


    A number of earlier reviewers commented on how difficult it was to print from the computer.Expect setup to take about an hour if everything goes right.Printing from the computer requires a USB printer cable, which doesn't come either with the printer or with Canon digital cameras.But if you dig through the stuff that came with your computer, you might find one.Otherwise you can either buy one or DirectPrint from your camera by connecting your camera to the printer with the same cable that connects your camera to your computer.

    The CD that comes with the printer is useless.The ZoomBrowser EX that's on it is outdated, and the driver that allows your computer to interface with the printer isn't digitally signed.But all you have to do is go to Canon USA's website, and look for the consumer support page and find the CP-200.Canon provides current versions of ZoomBrowser and other software and drivers for whatever version of Windows or Mac OS you use.Download what you need, unzip the files you've downloaded, then go to your computer's Add A Printer and specify the location to which you unzipped the driver.Then the printer installs.

    Printing from Zoombrowser is extremely simple.You may not need directions, but if you do, Canon's website has a pdf file which takes you screen by screen through printing.

    Some reviewers said borderless printing distorted their pictures, but the current version of ZoomBrowser crops photos instead of stretching them.If you don't want edges cropped, print with a border.

    Printing is fun to watch; the colors go by layer by layer.Aparently the picture stands up to a lot once it's dry, but I didn't test it.

    The supplies for this printer aren't cheap.Your drugstore and Ofoto print at about half the price.If you want to print entire albums, this may not be worthwhile.However, if you only need an occasional picture, it's incredibly convenient not to have to go out, and the prints are very good.Then when you're not printing, the printer can go in a drawer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Spectacular results
    For me (Windows XP Home edition), everything worked perfectly out of the box.Within 15 min of opening the box, I had pictures that easily beat the 1 hour photo machines in both detail and color.(I have a 6mp DSLR.)I used an SD card reader to transfer files from the camera to the computer, then used the Microsoft print wizard in MS Photo Manager to quickly size and send the print.This is a great tool to have for getting beautiful snapshots quickly.It is a little pricey as noted in earlier reviews because special paper and dye-sub materials are required but the quality easily beats my Epson C84 IJ and Lexmark Z805 IJ.I will probably use one of the on-line services for bulk printing because they are much cheaper but I always have the capability for something right away when I want it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars It can be fast.
    I used this printer with my Digital Rebel.It fed the paper almost immediately and started the printing process.Photos were done quickly.I find it valuable when visiting friends and family.I am able to leave photographic memories immediately.As for the price of photos, I don't print every photo that I take, only ones that I can't wait to print before I get home on my computer. This is definitely a nice little tool that can even be put in your camera bag.Don't expect to find cheaper replacement ribbons on the third party printer cartridge sites.

    5-0 out of 5 stars convenience vs. price
    so what if you pay a little more for the prints?!! i usually have get togethers on the weekends and for the convenience of sending a photo home with my guests, it sure is worth it!! my guests don't have to wait UNTIL to receive a copy of the photos taken!! for just regular prints, i take in for developing, cd, or connect my canon powershot to the computer and print there. the manual says that an ink cartridge must be replaced with each new pack of paper. so, i plan ahead. people, quit complaining about a simple inconvenience!! we live in america, do you really have anything legitimate to complain about?? but i digress. this little printer is sure handy dandy!! i received both for my bday!! ( we upgraded technologically this year ) VERY COOL!! LOVE IT!! have had no trouble whatsoever!! ENJOY!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love this little toy!!!
    We bought this to go with us on vacation.thought it would be more fun for the kids to send postcards home that actually had them in the picture.We love this.We did have to search a bit to find the creditcard size paper tray (this add on was about 13 bucks).the pic quality is SOOO much nicer than than an inkjet.It is fun to watch it layer the colors and end up with a picture.I thought we would like it but was surprised at how very much fun it is (really fun with a bunch of drunk girlfriends!!!).Yes, there are cheaper ways to get pictures, but we really like how immediate it is.We use it with a canon A75. ... Read more

  • 27. Brother P-Touch QL-500 Manual-Cut PC Label Printing System
    by Brother Printer
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $87.30
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    Asin: B0002T470S
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Brother Printer
    Sales Rank: 12155
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The P-touch Label Printer QL-500 prints address and shipping labels, up to 2.4 inches wide, on easy-to-peel, die-cut paper labels.Using new low cost labels, the QL-500prints up to 50 address labels per minute.It also prints file folder, CD/DVD and visitor badge labels for just pennies a piece, with no wasted sheets. With 300dpi high-quality printing, the QL-500 also has the ability to print on rolls of continuous tape, perfect for custom-length labels, signs or banners up to 3 feet long. The QL-500 uses high-quality thermal printing, so no messy toners or ink are needed.Print directly from your PC using Microsoft® Word, Excel, or Access, or get creative using the Brother's intuitive label design software (included).

    ... Read more


    • Connects easily to PC via a USB port
    • Up to 50 standard address labels per minute
    • Easy to load drop-in supplies, auto sensor
    • Integrated Add-ins for Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
    • Custom layouts with barcodes, graphics, TrueType fonts

    Reviews (3)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Loco for Labels
    This will be short and sweet: this is a great product, especially now that the rebate makes the price more attractive. The software is easy to use and it prints quickly. Consumables are for the most part reasonably priced.

    I would have given a solid 5 stars for Mac support or a better price on some of the label stock.

    I love this thing.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A real time saver at a great price!
    I've wanted a label printer for a long time because I hate having to manually load envelopes into my printer.A printer with multiple trays would have been one solution, but I already have too many printers the way it is.The Dynamo was the only one I'd seen and at $200 it was just too much, but this nifty little Brother model at $79 (after a rebate) was too good to pass up.

    I've only just set it up, but it's easy and it's FAST.Speed doesn't really matter to me (not sending bulk mail) but it's impressive one the less.The only thing I don't like (so far) is that it doesn't add the postal bar code to the label like Microsoft Word did.There might be a way around this, and in all honestly I'm not convinced it make the mail faster anyway, but I like to use it and with this would do it too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely competive label/banner printer
    I recently purchased this machine for around $100.I have owned label writers in the past and this machine is performing even better than the much more expensive Dymo models.Some of the features that I find unique and usefull are the continueous tape option for banners and the speed at which this machine prints.It prints much faster than previous models I have owned.This label printer has been very easy to set up.The only thing is I might opt for the step up QL-550 next time because it has an auto cutter build in.But in defense of the QL-500, it's manual cutter is very easy to use too and has been a non issue. ... Read more

    28. Canon i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer
    by Canon
    list price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008CMU9
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Canon
    Sales Rank: 13553
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    MODEL- I70 VENDOR- CANON COMPUTER SYSTEMS INC FEATURES- i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer The Canon i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer delivers a remarkable combination of high-performance and portability. Its capable of printing up to 13 ppm in black and up to 9 ppm in color while achieving a resolution of up to 4800 x 1200 color dpi. Try finding that speed and resolution in another portable printer. Plus Canon advanced MicroFine Droplet Technology uses a revolutionary nozzle system that ejects consistent prescribed-volume droplets in microscopic sizes with incredible accuracy. The result? Dramatic resolution and detail on graphics and photos along with clean crisp text - from your home office from the front seat of your car or wherever you are. Canon brings yet another first to portable ink jet printers: true borderless prints with the look and feel of traditional photographs. Now you can produce 4 x 6 5 x 7 or 8.5 x 11 borderless prints on the road with stunning edge-to-edge quality and razor-sharp detail. Print photos fast on the i70 printer - this mobile photo lab prints 4 x 6 photos in approximately 90 seconds. With Bubble Jet Direct printing and a compatible Canon digital camera or digital camcorder you can print with or without a PC - print anytime any place. It is easy-to-use with sophisticated results. This means you can shoot a picture when youre on the go and print it immediately which is ideal for both work and play. The i70 printer features IrDA compatibility (Windows only) for remote operation and a USB interface for easy connectivity. Also includes Canon Easy-WebPrint (Windows only) - software designed for simple fast and hassle-free Web page printing. -- SPECIFICATIONs ---------------------------------------INTERFACE - USB port IrDA (Windows only) Bubble Jet DirectSPEED - Black: 13 ppm (approx. 4.6 seconds per page) Color: 9 ppm (approx. 6.7 seconds per page) 4 x 6 Borderless Photo: Approx. 90 seconds NOZZLES - Black: 320 Color: 128 per color Total 704RESOL... ... Read more


    • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 color dpi resolution
    • Up to 13 ppm black, 9 ppm color; true borderless photos
    • Direct printing from select Canon digital cameras
    • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible; wireless IrDA for Windows
    • Supports optional battery for fully portable operation

    Reviews (20)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Great Quality but wastes a ton of Ink
    I have had this little baby for over 1 year now and have no complaints what so ever about the print quality.
    For a little printer, the quality is stunning.
    I also bought the battery pack so printing on the go from a laptop is simple.The battery pack has provided more than enough life, lasting more than my laptop's battery.

    The one complaint: very poor Mac OS X software. I mean very poor.Mac users aren't used to being asked to confirm dumb questions multiple times like PC users are.

    For example,there are 2 menu options to access settings regarding the ink levels and neither of them are clear.
    If you choose: Ink Level Information why should you have to click 'update?' Shouldn't the software update the information before displaying it?This is like one of those annoying PC Wizards that ask you the same question multiple times.
    The other choice regarding ink is "Remaining ink level setting'
    Unfortunately you have to reset the ink level settings manually...a major annoyance and inconvenience. This is done by clicking the obvious Ink Counter Rest Button in the Remaining ink level setting screen. But why is there a Remaining Ink Level Indicator Setting button?There is another menu option that displays the current ink level so what's this for? Whatever it does, it sends some message to the printer. Maybe an ink level setting reset?If so, then shouldn't the other button have done it already? Are you getting confused? see what I mean!?
    Who knows.It is just stupid and confusing.
    The ink level indicators are almost never right anyway, so be prepared to have tochange ink cartriges in a trial and error fashion when your print quality doesn't seem right.

    As a matter of fact, when there is something wrong with your print quality, don't expect the Print Utility to be much help at all.
    For example, Whenyou choose "Cleaning" there is a button that says -Cleaning: Starts print head cleaning.' What do you think will happen when you click this?
    Nope.It gives you an option with check boxes: All Colors, Black, or Color. then an 'OK' button. So you have chosen the colors you want to clean and click 'ok' so what do you think will happen now?
    Instead of the printer beginning to clean the heads, you are given an alert box that Asks "Clean the Print Head?" and you have to click 'OK' again.

    Geeez..... talk about annoying!Just clean the damn heads already!!!! The softweare doesn't seem to know it was written for Mac OS X and not Windows.

    It's a shame the software is soooo bad, because this is otherwise a really great printer.

    If you get this printer, you will love the photos, but be prepared to spend a lot of $$ on ink and get a little frustrated when you need to use the utility.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great little printer
    I've had this printer for 9 months and its been great.2 complaints:it runs out of ink quickly and the ink for this printer is expensive; 2) there is no paper catch.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Small Printer-Big Success
    I needed a small portable printer for my laptop, and after researching them, I chose the Canon i70. It has all of the attributes I needed-lightweight,super easy to use, fast as the office rumor mill, and a great print job. I highly recommend this product to anyone fortunate enough to have purchased it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Purchases I have Made
    I don't usually write reviews, but have to for this. It prints black text fast as anything. I do a lot of heavy printing and am still on both of my cartridges since I purchased it about a month ago. The one thing that I was worried about was printing pictures. I use glossy photo paper for pictures and they turn out great. It is small, portable and as good as a full size printer. I have recommended this printer to everyone. It is more than I could have asked for in a printer this size.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This Printer is Fantastic!
    This TINY printer is amazing. Its whisper quiet, fast, and prints with exceptional quality (both photos and documents in color and B/W). I have no complaints whatsoever. Also, you can start printing virtually immediately after taking it out of the box - easy with USB cable. I highly recommend this printer to anyone. ... Read more

    29. Canon CP-300 Photo Printer
    by Canon
    list price: $309.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000B0ADO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Canon
    Sales Rank: 24076
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    It's the coolest party toy since the Polaroid: the new Canon CP-300 Photo Printer. Connect it directly to your Powershot-series Canon or other PictBridge-supporting digital camera, and you'll be printing snapshots and stickers faster than you can say "cheese." PictBridge is an industry standard that lets you print images by directly connecting your digital camera to your printer, regardless of the brand or model, without using a computer.

    This printer can connect directly to select digital cameras. Learn more about PictBridge.
    The included USB cable adapter also lets you connect the CP-300 to your camera or your computer for access to images stored there.

    Each wee image features 256-level color and 300 dpi resolution; the dye-sublimation process provides results similar to traditional photos, with rich detail and accurate skin tones. Supported papers include a variety of sizes, as well as bordered and borderless options. Whatever you choose, your images print in seconds--about 85 seconds for a postcard size, 40 for tiny labels or credit card size, when printing directly from Canon PowerShot cameras.

    For added portability, the CP-300 includes a rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack and supports an optional car battery adapter (model CBA-CP100). Canon provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

    What's in the Box:
    Card Photo Printer CP-300 body, paper cassettes (4-by-6-inch and credit card size), ink cassette, Ni-MH battery, compact power adapter, CD-ROM driver, trial standard paper (4-by-6-inch size) ... Read more


    • 300 x 300 dpi resolution, dye-sublimation technology for rich color
    • Prints 4-by-6-inch snapshots in as little as 85 seconds
    • Supports PictBridge for direct digital-camera printing, no PC required
    • Includes rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack for complete portability
    • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

    Reviews (13)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Goodbye inkjet photo prints
    I've gone through a number of HP inkjet photo printers.Printing my own photos was somewhat of a novelty, but I had to concede that none rivaled prints done at a photo lab.Finally after struggling with ink costs, paper costs, and less than impressive print quality, I started to use, I got the bug again and invested in the CP-220.This little unit puts all of the other ones that I've owned (three HP printers) to shame.Durable prints, great color, compact design, PictBridge, etc. make this printer a hands down winner!

    To those of you that travel and would like to bring your printer with you, consider the CP-300... same printer, but comes with a Li-Ion battery pack so you don't need AC power.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Incompatible with HP Photosmart Software
    I ran into a problem where the paper type selection was unavailble.Canon technical support was less than helpful.I figured out that the HP Photosmart software that's installed for my HP P1000 printer was causing the problem.After I exited the HP software in the system tray, the Canon printer began working fine.Canon's response was sometimes software is incompatible.I've found several reports on the web with people having the same problem, so Canon should know about it.The only reason I'm rating it as a 3 is because the picture quality when it actually prints from the PC is excellent.The results weren't quite as good printing directly from a Canon S200 camera; the picture wasn't as sharp.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Good quality photos, but--
    These Canon card printers do a fine job if you are printing directly from the camera -- or it is the only printer you own if trying to print from your computer.I bought the printer to do snapshots, while I own several other printers for documents and larger photographs.Even if you only have Adobe Acrobat on your system, the printer will not work. It is useless to me.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Printer, but........
    I have had this portable printer only a few days, and have only printed 18 prints on it so far, all on the Card Size photo paper.These little pictures are really neat, and will be a conversation item at family gatherings, I'm sure.The color you get is phenomenal, as true as any photo coloring I have ever seen, even on commercially developed film. My only complaint with it is that is is not easy for me to use.Evidently others have not had this problem, if what I have read in the other "Customer Reviews" is correct.Perhaps that is because all the others appear to be men who have written the reports and I am a female and perhaps not as "technical savvy" as the guys, as well as being older than most, if not all, of them, since I am a great grandmother, and my generation wasn't exposed to electronic technology at an early age and we did not grow up with a lot of electronic gadgets, but I love them, all the same!
    I hooked my Canon G5 camera to the printer, as per instructions, and had no problems there, (I had my dear husband's assistance with all the cables) and got the ink cartridge and paper tray loaded into the printer with no trouble, but my problem started when I got to the point of sending instructions from the camera to the printer.I did get it done, obviously, since I printed 18 pictures, but sending the correct message to the printer didn't always work correctly!I got nine prints of a photo that I didn't even know that I had asked for!I had not chosen that particular image to print, yet it kept pumping them out! By fiddling with the controls on the camera I was able to print a few photos that I did choose, but the Menu on my Canon G5 does not make it simple.You don't choose any of it on the actual printer, other than what size photos you want and that is determined by the size photo paper that you load into it, everything else is done with the Menu screen on your camera. I have three other digital cameras, but only one of a Canon Digital Camera.I am not sure if I am going to be able to use the other cameras, an Olympus Stylus 300, the Minolta Dimage 7i or the Gateway T50 with this printer or not.I hope that I will be able to, but I don't think they have the "PictBridge" feature that newer digital cameras are equipped with now, though none of my other digital cameras are very old, it is just that this "PictBridge" feature that enables the cameras to work with all printing mediums is very recent. I do like this little printer and will keep it, it wil be great when we go on vacation and it will definitely accompany us, but I wish it were easier to use.If any of you reading this has any tips that might help me, e-mail me with the info most definitely! Also any information on whether or not the printer works with other than Canon cameras or cameras without the "Pict-Bridge" feature. Thanx for any incoming corespondence and helpful information.Sincerely......Alphia D. Larkins aka

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fun, Functional, and Surprisingly Versatile!
    I own a Canon A70 digital camera and wanted a non-inkjet photo printer for lab-quality photos. The CP 300 exceeded all of my expectations. The 4x6 paper comes ready with post card formatting on the back for an absolutely perfect road trip tool! Just take the photo, print it in the car (the cp 300 comes with a battery pack!), slap a stamp on it, and toss it in a mailbox. Brilliant. Plus, the small credit card size photos are adorable and you can get the sticker kind (either full label or mini labels) which I anticipate will be even more fun. Tip: a business card holder is a perfect album for these little pics.

    All of this you've heard before. What you may not know is that you can print more than just photos with your cp 300! I do a little graphic art on the side and have been able to make high quality prints of original non-photo artwork (created in other programs and saved as a tiff) right through the software that comes with the printer!!

    The only aspect of this printer that is less than ideal is that the paper/ink packs are proprietary and not universally available yet, even online (especially the label kind). ... Read more

    30. SiPix A6 Black Pocket Palm Printer
    by SIPIX
    list price: $149.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005LDPI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: SIPIX
    Sales Rank: 13283
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Offering you portable printing capabilities, the SiPix A6 Pocket Palm Printer connects easily to either PCs or Palm Pilots. While it may not be as fast as your in-office printer, this little gem weighs in at less than 1 pound and churns out documents at 2 ppm with a decent 400 dpi resolution. Overall dimensions are scarcely larger than some wallets (5.8 by 4.25 inches), and the thickness is less than 1 inch.

    The direct thermal printing method means the only consumables are the paper and the batteries; if you use the AC adapter, your only expense will be replacement paper rolls. Run time with the adapter is a full hour, while the batteries supply just three minutes of power.

    Included in the box are both the adapter and a starter set of batteries, along with a roll of paper, a power cable, and a convenient travel bag. SiPix offers a one-year warranty that covers parts, labor, and 12 months of free telephone technical support. ... Read more


    • Ultra-thin compact design
    • Handheld portable thermal monochrome printer
    • 400 dpi resolution
    • Versatile IrDA (infrared) or serial connectivity
    • Uses four AA batteries

    Reviews (4)

    4-0 out of 5 stars The best little printer
    When I was looking for a printer for my Toshiba e335 Pocket PC, I heard a lot of people who bought this printer had problems with their printer when their Pocket PC os was 2002.Well, I guess the company has fixed the problem because my printer works well with my pocket pc! My only complaint is that the printer is noisy and not quiet enough to use in a classroom setting when the room needs to be silent.A great buy!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Robust Portable Printer
    ...Portable printers are not meant to compete against laserprinters or ink jets.They are made to provide printouts under non-office conditions, i.e., field use, and except for environs were extreme heat-in-the-shade --- like deserts, are operant, a thermal printer is most reliable, needs little maintenance and consumes few resources.

    Thermal printouts are used all the time as TRANSITORY computer output on paper, such as ATMs, gas station receipts etc., to give users a copy of output.I've used 2 thermal printers since 1984, and these printers have outlived their CPUs.

    I use the printer as general output on a boat or a plane, often in transit to remote locations, exposed to high humidity and at times printing from within a ziplock bag.The IR signal penetrates the bag nicely, and allows printing in a water resistant container.Thermal paper doesn't run when wet, and when cold laminated, allows one to take printouts diving ... were water temps rarely exceed 90F.

    Competing ink jet printers, while capable of A4 size sheets, can have comparably illegible fonts, higher cost and maintenance and print horribly under humid conditions.A4 paper is more inconvenient to carry.

    The Sipix is very similar to a thermal printer engine released by Alps in 1998...

    A full spec sheet is availableonline...

    It has a rated life of 50 million print impressions and paper advance mechanism life of 20km.That's roughly 17,000 prints or 72,000 sheets advanced of A4 paper.Using A6 paper, that's substantially more sheets.

    Rolled Paper is Superior to Sheet Paper.Printouts rarely use the full length of a single A6 sheet, thus the unprinted area is wasted.In long printouts, type will span several pages, and sheet paper will be wasted on unprinted margins.

    What is wrong with the Sipix is the cost, its not worth [the price].....
    The Sipix thicker thermal paper maybe less prone to curl, but it still does, and its not suitable for rolls.Roll paper are torn are various lengths.The Sipix paper is too strong and does not tear cleanly.Sipix paper is too expensive, even if heavily discounted...You can buy bulk A6 wide paper of over 76 feetper roll, of thinner grade paper for [$] for 25 rolls, and simply cut 8' rolls for convenience....

    4-0 out of 5 stars Print MS Word Documents From Your Palm -- Anywhere
    As a heavy user of word processing on my Palm via DataViz's Documents to Go 4.0 (available from Amazon) which allows me to download -- and work on -- MS Word files on my PDA, I was anxious to find a means to print these Word documents directly from my Palm -- without having to synch and output from my PC.Additionally, if the printer were also portable, that would be even better.

    The Sipix Pocket Printer A6 -- along with the Docs to Print and IR Print software programs (both available from as either a free trial or to purchase) -- fit the bill quite nicely.

    The Sipix A6 printer is just a little bit larger than the Palm itself.It runs on AA batteries and receives its info from the Palm via infrared (IR), which makes it totally cordless.The Sipix also uses thermal imaging, which eliminates the need for ribbons or ink jet cartridges, which is convenient; but it does require the use of specially coated A6 size thermal paper, also available from Sipix (and Amazon) in either rolls or sheets.(I use the latter -- and carry a little stapler with me -- since it lays flatter and looks much neater.)

    The basic Sipix A6 software (also from IR Print) that comes with the unit, only allows one to print entries from the Palm Calendar, To Do, Memo and Address functions, which in itself, is only mildly useful.

    To do more, here's what you'll need to install on your Palm:

    Docs To Go (DataViz) + Docs to Print + IR Print*

    * The more enhanced version of IR Print available from their website.

    Once all three of these are installed, you'll be able to print Word documents, not only to the Sipix A6, but also to all of the IR capable models from HP (such as the DeskJet 990 series) and from Canon (including the BJC line of portable ink jet printers), which is really cool!

    Being thermal, the print quality of the Sipix unit is, unfortunately, rather crude; and the speed is rather slow (especially when compared to regular laser and ink jet printers).But the Sipix is still the smallest portable printer available today for my Palm.And I carry it -- along with a slim box of A6 paper -- everywhere with me in my briefcase.

    I use the Sipix to print rough drafts of my work (including product reviews such as this one), which is wonderful, since perusing a printed copy -- especially with multiple pages -- is still easier than scrolling up-and-down a miniature screen.

    The Sipix printer, as a watch-out, does have a tendency to drain four AA alkalines rather quickly.As a remedy, I've switched to the new AA size Energizer photo-lithium batteries, which cost a little more, but last many times longer.

    With my Sipix A6 printer, I can now print Word files directly from my Palm -- whenever and wherever I need it -- which is truly a dream come true!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Perfectfor small jobs!
    I bought this printer about a month ago,just because I thought it was so cute...however, once I got it I realised that it was a lot more than that. It is perfect for those moments where you would normally be using a pen and scraps of paper. I use it for work out on the field all the time- I get ideas on the ride, then print them out when I get there. It's really a must-have if you're constantly out of the office and don't want to be banking on the fact that there's a printer where you're going. ... Read more

    31. Dymo Labelwriter 400 for Pc/mac USB 40 Labels Per Minute
    by DYMO
    list price: $89.99
    our price: $107.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0009KRY6Y
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: DYMO
    Sales Rank: 5595
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    Product Description

    Dymo LabelWriter 400 300dpi Label PrinterTrust DYMO to eliminate the hassles of printing labels with the new DYMO LabelWriter. This tiny printer fits anywhere on your desk, and makes labels for envelopes, packages, files, name badges and more in seconds from your PC or Mac. Even print our popular D1 labeling tapes with our brand new LabelWriter Duo model. Every LabelWriter includes free software, plus prints directly from Microsoft Word, Outlook, WordPerfect, QuickBooks, ACT! and more. 300 dpi quality means great looking labels, plus, our printer never uses any ink or toner. The LabelWriter comes with everything you need to print perfect labels every time. ... Read more


    • Eliminates the hassle of printing labels with a desktop or network printer.
    • 300dpi resolution for laser sharp labels.
    • Prints labels in less than 1 second, 55 per minute.
    • Prints Internet postage.
    • Easy to share over a network.

    32. Brother MPrint MW-100 Mobile Printer
    by Brother
    list price: $299.99
    our price: $282.14
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009TX94
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Brother
    Sales Rank: 14475
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    • Compatible with Palm OS 3.5 and 4.1, PocketPC, Windows 98 and higher
    • 300 dpi resolution, up to 4 ppm print speed
    • Weighs less than 0.66 pounds, less than 0.7 inches thick
    • Prints up to 100 pages with full Lithium battery charge
    • Whisper quiet operation; quality ThermaPlus M paper

    33. HP 350c Portable DeskJet Printer
    by Hewlett Packard
    list price: $329.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004YZCR
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
    Sales Rank: 38107
    Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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    Lightweight design and wireless connectivity allow you to take the HP 350c DeskJet printer anywhere you go. Weighing in at just over 4 pounds, the compact 350c is fully portable and its rugged design is made for travel. Use the optional infra-red adapter for convenient wireless printing or the built-in USB port for quick and easy connection to both Mac and PC systems. The 350c operates on a fast, built-in recharging NiMH battery.

    In addition, the 350c provides desktop-quality printing at 5 pages per minute (2 ppm color). It handles several different paper types and sizes including transparencies, labels and legal paper. It produces professional quality documents at 600 x 600 dpi and crisp color at 600 x 300 dpi. Using HP's SmartFocus, the 350c sharpens your low-resolution internet images automatically.

    The Hewlett Packard 350c includes an external power adapter, 30-page portable sheet feeder, AC cord set, printer driver, ink cartridges and reference guides. ... Read more


    • 1-year warranty
    • Print professional-quality documents wherever you are
    • Rugged, durable design will hold up to the demands of travel
    • Prints black text at 5 ppm and color at 2 ppm
    • Includes 30-page portable sheet feeder

    Reviews (2)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not Road Ready
    If you travel by plane, this is not the printer you want. After 4 - 5 trips in a well packed piece of checked luggage, the sheet feeder mechanism will not feed paper. The printer still prints fine, but you must manually feed one sheet at a time. After several HP warranty exchanges, all printers ended in this same condition.
    I love HP products -- but this one is a real dog!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Designed for portability??????
    I bought this printer with the intention of using it when traveling via plane, train or automobiles, what a concept eh?

    The darn thing does not come with a battery!!!!!!!! You have to order it seperately. What idiotic marketing genius thought of this configuration plan?

    One other thing is that you must have a flat surface for the paper to land on when it is ejected. I have had it on a car seat and the ejected paper landed on the floor, ink side down of course, and smeared. A catcher of some sort would be very helpful.

    Also, be prepared to change cartridges from color to b/w often. A true pain, (or waste VERY expensive color cartridges for basic correspondence). ... Read more

    34. Brother P-Touch 1500PC Labeling System
    by Brother
    list price: $129.99
    our price: $82.64
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005TNUD
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Brother
    Sales Rank: 14814
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    New "Snap On" Picture Frame Design The PT-1500PC's most unique feature is its looks. With a "snap on" picture frame, you can keep your P-touch system prominently displayed on your desk with your favorite photo. Virtually anything you can create on your computer you can turn into a P-touch label. No line limitations, no style limitations, uses any TrueType® fonts. Simply type, insert, drag or drop items into place on your computer screen then print them out onto professional-looking laminated labels. It is easy to include logos, pictures, custom graphics or just plain text. Perfect for business applications, industrial projects or even your home labeling needs. It is both Windows® and Mac® compatible, using a USB connection. Includes label printer, USB cable, AC adapter, software, one 1/2" black on white TZ tape, picture frame attachment, and easy to use templates for address labels, video labels, file labels, and more. ... Read more


    • Includes easy-to-use software tools with templates
    • Create labels from your computer
    • Combine text, symbols, bar codes, photos and graphics for custom labels
    • Prints vertically and horizontally
    • Supports multiple line printing

    Reviews (8)

    5-0 out of 5 stars No Problem--Makes Labels
    Having read all the reviews on the P-touch 1500PC I was almost afraid to buy it.In spite of that, once I cut through the plastic armor it came packaged in there were zero problems.I use a Mac with OS X 10.3.8.The software and drivers installed effortlessly.the applications are very professionally done--almost gltizy cool.Moreover, they work first time right out of the box.In less than 10 min I was making plain labels.I have only tried the sample tape but it does what I bought this for.I have played with the software and while I can't be sure that fancy labels will print, they are easy to make and look good on the screen.I give the software a 5 and the machine a 5 for simplicity and ease of use.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Communication problems with PC
    This labler works good once you get it to work.It has a terrible communication problem between with the PC which should be blamed on the driver.I got it to work once long ago on a IBM PC (Ibm laptop and Dell laptop unsuccessful) and it worked fine.Even though initially it is hard to get acustomed to the formating and style, it is easy to use once you have a few layouts saved.

    I would still rate this as a bad buy! If you can get it to work, you are lucky...if you cant, you just wasted a lot of money.

    1-0 out of 5 stars OSX Printing Issues
    The software (P-touch Editor 3.2 and P-touch Quick Editor) are the weak point for this printer in Mac OSX 10.X.I can't print from the Brother software, but I can choose the printer in other applications such as Adobe Illustrator and print from there.Not a convenient work around, but at least I can get the thing to print.You can make up your own mind about whether to buy it or not, but if you have one already, I hope this helps.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Nice machine, but the software sucks
    Brother P-Touch labeling system are notorious for wasting expensive marking tape, just read any of the reviews. The lable maker performs as execpted. The problem is the Editor. I have downloaded the lastest version and it still sucks. The editor is is what keeps it from being a serious industral tool. It has all sorts of cutise, but worthless templets and clip art. Two features the Editor needs is a search and replace, and a seral numbering system. When I have several hundred lables to make,it is eaiser to use a Handimark with its seral keys than to use the PT. I give it 2 stars and the Editor 0 stars. If it has those features, they must be well hidden,

    3-0 out of 5 stars Won't Work on Windows 2000 Professional
    Upgraded to Windows 2000 Professional and the printer will not work.Spoke with Brother and they told me it was a Windows 2000 problem, that nothing was wrong with their software, then have thousands installed . . . Brother's Customer Service would not take a "Problem Report" and could offer no advise . . . just it's Windows 2000 fault . . . sorry, this is a wrong answer. ... Read more

    35. Canon BJC-50 Color Bubble Jet Printer
    by Canon Computer Systems
    list price: $338.94
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00000JH71
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
    Sales Rank: 36583
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Need a printer while you're on the road? Take the Canon BJC-50 with you. This battery-powered, compact, color bubble-jet printer makes a great traveling companion for your notebook computer.

    Setting up the BJC-50 was easy. We just followed the Quick Start Guide to install the lithium-ion battery and ink cartridge and to connect the AC adapter and printer cable. We then turned on our computer and followed the Windows setup wizard for setting up a new plug-and-play printer.

    In our test of the BJC-50, we printed several color, black-and-white, draft-quality, and letter-quality samples. The samples included graphics, large and small letters, and a variety of color shades. Draft-quality printing was fast but attractive. Letter quality demonstrated modest improvements in character quality, and the printing was reasonably clear and sharp. Color shades were accurate, if not bold. There was some ink "bleeding" on ordinary uncoated paper, and even a discrete glance betrayed the BJC-50's bubble-jet origins--all as you would expect in a small bubble-jet printer.

    At only 2.1 pounds the BJC-50 is exceptionally lightweight; its case is slim, attractive, and very compact--easy to tuck away in a backpack or briefcase. If you need color printing on the go, the Canon BJC-50 is a solid choice.


    • Compact and lightweight
    • Portable, battery-powered


    • Requires switching between color and black cartridges
    • Single-sheet feed (feeder optional)
    ... Read more


    • Ready for color image-scanner option
    • Compact, portable design
    • Lithium-ion battery
    • Parallel and infrared IrDA interfaces
    • Drop modulation technology enhances print quality

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Canon BJC-50
    Excellent printer...everything that I thought it would be . Works wells all the time. Works wells with Windows XP and downloaded driver from Canon site.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Beware
    I purchased the Canon BJC-50 in August of 1998. It has take at least three hours to three days of effort to get it to work for each time that I have occasionally used it. I have used it mainly for color printing, and also for scanning with the optional scanning cartridge. It is particularly troublesome when switching from scan to print functions. It is quite noisy. I can not depend on it to function when I need it. It usually works eventually, but only after many trial and error attempts. Email technical support usually does not provide a quick solution. There have been no quick solutions. There have only been time consuming, painstaking encounters with this machine.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Infrared works well with Windows ME
    Even though it said that the infrared wireless printing only works with Windows 95, I found that it worked just as well with Windows ME installed in my laptop.

    Two great benefits of the BJ-50: 1. Infrared wireless printing (if your laptop supports it) 2. There is battery in the printer, so you don't have to connect it to an electrical outlet to print! Both features are VERY convenient.

    Print quality is decent, but I can't comment on ink life since I have just begun to use the printer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I like this product.
    "Excellent" That's all I can say...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great!Canon BJC-50 Color Bubble Jet Printer!
    I have owned several brands and models of portable printers... nothing like this one! Its portability, reliability, and quality are just the best. Ink tanks last fairly long also. ... Read more

    36. Canon Universal Adapter for i70 Color Bubble Jet Printer
    by Canon
    list price: $79.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008IOR0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Canon
    Sales Rank: 19611
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    Providing a universal power source for the supremely portable Canon i70 printer, this simple adapter allows you to use any wall outlet, wherever you happen to find yourself. An optional battery pack provides up to two hours of print time; this adapter frees you from concern over time limits and allows you to print as many pages at whatever resolution you require. Alone or as part of a complete power package with the battery, the savings in time makes this adapter an essential item for the on-the-go photographer. Includes power cable and a one-year warranty in case of defect. ... Read more


    • 1-year warranty
    • Compatible with Canon i70 printer
    • Includes cable and adapter
    • Works anywhere in the world
    • Ideal companion for optional battery pack

    37. SiPix A6 Pocket Palm Printer
    by SIPIX

    Asin: B00005NHGO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: SIPIX
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars SiPix A6 Portable Printer
    This thermal paper uses small rolls to print on - requiring no ink. It's small, lightweight (except with 4 "AA" batteries) and can receive data via its IrDA port OR serial connection. This did not work with my Jornada 680e but did with a iPad 19xx so it may not work with older PDAs (though, it was designed to work with Palms). You *can* use it with a desktop or laptop but you simply cannot install the drivers and "voila!" The properties of the connection between the printer and computer must be manually modified for it to work properly - but when you get it to work, it's perfect. I use it to print receipts and it is absolutely fantastic. I suppose the only "downside" to it is that paper for it is pretty expensive...the starter rolls aren't going to be enough to do much with so plan on looking for CUT or ROLL (preferably) cheap.

    1-0 out of 5 stars NO DRIVERS
    I was very disapointed by the fact that this printer is not compatible with any palm OS 5 enhanced devices (such as the Zire series, or tungsten sreies) Bummer. So if you have an older handheld with below 3.0 OS or if you have higher than 3.5 it simply won't work! I hope this information helps you.
    I really have no Idea what the printer is like considering I can't use it perhaps I van someday

    4-0 out of 5 stars SiPix A6 & Dell Axim X5
    On impulse I bought the Sipix A6 printer, brand new,(for a mere 19 bucks!) after checking it's compatibility with my invoicing software -Lowfat Invoice. However, I DID NOT check whether there were any known issues with the Dell Axim X5 and I was unaware of the wonderful people at AXIMSITE.COM.

    Soooo, the unit arrives. I giggle. I Take it out the box, pop in the CD and there were only drivers for 2000/98/ME and Palm. %$!!&#! I'm running XP Pro and PPC 2002. I google and search for drivers. I found these: and I'm printing in XP - Woo Hoo! Load the CE drivers, attempt to print from LowFat - nuthin. %$!!&#! I made several attempts of removing and reinstalling the drivers, even changing the location (SD Card, main memory, built-in storage) -all, to no avail. Then I spot a thread response in Aximsite Forums by zipidydoda that recommended removing all the expansion cards and reloading the drivers. So I:

    1) Remove my SD Cardand the compact flash card
    2) Did a soft reset
    3) Put it in the USB Cradle
    4) Used ActiveSync to remove the Sipix Printer Driver (if you get an error stating that a file is still loaded in memory you may have to tap> Start> Settings> System> Memory >Running Programs> Stop all - however, doing a soft reset before this step should help you avoid any errors)
    5) Did a soft reset (after taking it out of the cradle)
    6) Put it in the USB Cradle
    7) Reinstalled the driver (location provided above)
    8) Turned Axim off(after taking it out of the cradle) -this was also part of the instructions provided by Sipix
    9) Turned Axim on
    10) Print from A6print (tap > Start>Programs> A6print -it is best to choose a small txt file for quick printing)
    11) Voila !!

    So I'm printing -Woo Hoo! I try it in Lowfat -same error as before "Unable to Establish Infrared Link". What?!!? Just as I was about to chunk the thing -I thought long enough to calm down and approach it as if it were an error on a desktop. Since it's the IR port that's not jiving, I thought it could possibly be a transfer rate issue. I go into Lowfat> Tools> Print> Advanced> More Settings. There was no setting for IR Port Speed and the one for the Serial Port was defaulted at its lowest settings. I unchecked "Alternate IR Connection" and "IR Buffer Adjustment".Prayed -attempted to print...

    Thank God!!!!! I'm printing -not only can I print with the A6Print and A6Capture utilities but I can print from LowFat Invoice too!

    Sorry this was so lengthy but I didn't want anyone else to have to spend a whole business day trying to get their Sipix A6 to work -or worse...give up. I hope this helps somebody.

    God Bless,

    5-0 out of 5 stars Super pint-sized printer
    I have just bought this printer, and let me say, it is the best device that I have bought for my sony Clie.I am running Palm OS 4.1, and it works great.I downloaded the IRprint and Doctoprint combo demo from has good quality print, for pure text.The only problem that I have found is that it is sometimes hard to get a perfect lineup between the IR ports, but that might just be my handheld.Overall, I would say, go out and buy it.It has a definate cool factor.If you need a printer for documents to go, sheet to go, or any of the built in palm apps, get this one!!

    1-0 out of 5 stars May be great for Palm or laptop, Lousy for Pocket PC.....
    Will not work with the new Dell Axim or most 2002 version of Pocket PC.Sipix has said "They are working on the problem" for at least a year that I know of.How hard would it be to write a driver for these handhelds?Tech support refuses to reply by e-mail and only by phone which takes 45 minutes to connect.Works OK with laptop and other than the paper only lasts for 20 printouts per roll and the curl is hard to get out it works good.

    Make sure if you buy one of these that you can send it back if it won't work with your device. ... Read more

    38. Brother DK-1201 Die-Cut Standard Shipping Labels
    by Brother Printer
    list price: $13.99
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    Asin: B0002VS6HG
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Brother Printer
    Sales Rank: 4977
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    These standard address paper labels (400 count) are ideal for use with your Brother QL-500 and QL-550 label printers. Each label measures 1-1/7 by 3-1/2 inches (29mm x 90mm). One roll per box. ... Read more


    • White paper
    • For Brother QL-500 and QL-550 label printers
    • Die-cut standard address paper labels
    • 400 labels
    • 1.14-by-3.5-inch individual label size

    39. Brother DK-1202 Paper Shipping Label Roll
    by Brother Printer
    list price: $24.99
    our price: $16.14
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    Asin: B0002VS66M
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Brother Printer
    Sales Rank: 11395
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    These die-cut shipping paper labels (300 count) are ideal for use with your Brother QL-500 and QL-550 labeling systems. Each label measures 2-3/7 by 4 inches (62 mm x 100 mm). One roll per box. ... Read more


    • White paper
    • For Brother QL-500 and QL-550 label printers
    • Die-cut shipping paper labels
    • 300 labels
    • 2.43-by-4-inch individual label size

    40. Casio KL-780 EZ Label Printer
    by Casio
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $28.49
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    Asin: B0000AQNR5
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Casio
    Sales Rank: 39235
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    Product Description

    Keep your office, closet or kitchen organized with labels from the Casio KL-780 Adhesive Label Printer. Compact and handy with an easy to read 10-digit, 2-line display, you can print up to 3 lines on a single label. Features include barcode printing, 95 character memory. Supports label tape sizes 6mm/9mm/12mm/18mm. Made in USA. ... Read more


    • Compact and handy
    • Easy-to-read 10-digit, 2-line display
    • Barcode printing and 95 character memory

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