New gadget obsession: Canon Selphy, the mini printer

Travel, discover and create with this new device from Canon
ByAhlan! Live ReporterSaturday , 24 June 2017
New gadget obsession: Canon Selphy, the mini printer

In a world of smartphones, we often forget to print our photographs instead hoping they will forever live on our phones. We're on a mission, with the help of Canon to bring back the joy of printing pics!

If you love collecting picture memories of the special moments in your life (seriously, who doesn't?), there’s a cool new gadget on the block you HAVE to try. Print cute postcard-sized (6 x 4 inches) images with Canon’s new compact printer, the latest addition to their Selphy printer series. 

As the name suggests, this fab new gadget enables you to print your best selfies on-the-go, letting you re-live special moments all over again. A selfie is for life, not just for one night, right, guys?

This amazing new innovation comes in two variants - one with Wi-Fi (CP1200) and the other without (CP1000) - offering plenty of options to transfer pictures to print. It's super simple. All you need to do is select the images you want to print either on your phone or computer then using a USB cable or Wi-Fi print. Easy! Selphy lets you print effortlessly from your smartphone, giving you various print size options. 

The best part? You don’t need to be a tech wizard to use this slick portable printer. It’s  so easy to set-up you'll be printing stacks of gorgeous pictures before you know it. And, guess what? The whole process takes around 90 seconds. From sending the image to the printer to your final finished print. A minute and a half! That's not even enough time to make a cuppa. 

What are you waiting for? Get your hands on the Canon Selphy and instantly preserve all of your most favourite memories, forever.

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