The Epson R2880 does feature a couple of very welcome enhancements that bring the printer up to the same output quality as the larger 4880, 7880, and 9880 models. The most obvious of these is the replacement of the standard magenta inks with the newest Vivid Magenta and Vivid Light Magenta. These new formulations increase the color accuracy and gamut of the printer, especially in blues and purples.
PC Mag has review the new Poloroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer. With the PoGo, Polaroid takes a step back to its roots and tries to deliver instant photo prints in the digital age. Unfortunately, it seems that Polaroid has kept with the tradition of marginal image quality in its instant photos.
Output quality is far from ideal, or even what you’d expect from your local drug store. Colors in more than half of my test photos were noticeably off, shifting some light colors to yellow, some shades of red to purple, and making some photos seem faded or washed out.
Canon has introduced a new mobile printer, the Pixma iP100, which is capable of printing at resolutions of 9600 x 2400 dpi.