Epson PictureMate Dash PM 260
Released August, 2007
The Pros:Photos look as good as what would come from a photo lab. Small footprint doesn't take up a lot of desk space. Colors on the prints are bright and look fairly accurate.
The Cons:Uses a lot of ink per print, gets expensive quickly. Can't let the printer sit without printing for too long or the printheads get clogged.
The Epson PictureMate Dash PM 260 is a small-scale dye-sublimation photo printer. Prints are smudge, water, and fade-resistant, and can be handled directly after printing is complete. The PM 260 features archival-quality prints, which Epson estimates can last over 200 years under optimal conditions.
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Print speeds are fast, with 4x6" prints completed in an estimated 37 seconds. Smaller print media is supported, including wallet, mini-wallet, and passport-size photos. The PM 260 features built-in slots for all major flash-memory card types, as well as support for PictBridge compatible devices.
- Print Speed: 37 sec. (4x6" print)
- 4-Colour Dye-Sublimation printing
- Archival-Quality Photos
- Small-media size support
- Cardslot Support: Compact Flash I/II, SD, xD, SDHC, MMC, Memory Stick, MicroDrive
- PictBridge-compatible device support
- USB 2.0 Connectivity
- ArcSoft PhotoImpression software included
- Replacement Cartridges: T5846 Pack (Glossy), T5845-M Pack (Matte)
- Warranty: One Year Limited
User Reviews (1)
photos look as good as what would come from a photo lab
small footprint doesn't take up a lot of desk space
colors on the prints are bright and look fairly accurate
detail in the pictures is good, they look smooth and don't get pixelated
closes up easily and is light enough to transport without a problem
uses a lot of ink per print, gets expensive quickly
can't let the printer sit without printing for too long or the printheads get clogged
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