Search Gadget Speak reviews: Reviews by category Photo printers. Our Verdict This Agfa-branded dye-sub looks a bit crude, but works well and the output is perfectly reasonable. For anyone wanting to send images post cards this certainly is for you. The big increase in size when in use is the 13cm width this increases by 19cm in front when the postcard tray is loaded and you must also have at least 10cm behind clear as the card is kept perfectly flat and it goes through the machine from front to back on four passes before emerging finished from the front of the unit on top of the input tray. For anyone who wants to print a few images quickly then this could well be for you.

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Printing is quick at a genuine 36seconds from telling it to print an image viewed on the screen to a finished image emerging from the front of the machine after it’s forth pass. What’s your experience of this product?

There is a 5×3. The AP isn’t particularly quiet, but the print times are good – our test photos appeared in 65 seconds, just five seconds more than the time claimed. There are a couple of other manufacturers that use this method often using a closed cartridge however while you should try not to touch the film no ink will transfer to your hands if you do.

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A 15x10cm photo printer with a tiny footprint. It is 19x13x8cm when closed up. Top reads Invite a friend! Well – there are lots of reasons to join, depending on you and your interests: Member prize-draws Real reviews – by real people Membership is free Email summary of the weeks reviews Share your product feedback with others Keep in touch with all that’s new in gadgets Full of great ideas as the Christmas deadline looms!

The printing process is called dye sublimation and the ‘ink’ is on a film spread between two reels that fit into the base of the printer.

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Bose Companion 2 Ser This Agfa-branded dye-sub looks a bit crude, but works well and the output is perfectly reasonable. Then you’ll automatically receive an email when someone replies!

It’s well specified, supporting all four of the main memory card formats currently in use, together with PictBridge printing. For aga who print a lot then the cost of the ink and post cards may not make this cheap. Click here for free membership!

There is a circle of seven buttons with a four position wheel in the centre that allows you some editing as well as to select the images to print.

Our Verdict This Agfa-branded dye-sub looks a bit crude, but works well and the output is perfectly reasonable.

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The post card type photo paper are that bit thicker – to survive the post – and of course they would not work in other mini printers that bend the paper. Start inviting your friends along! To make sure you’re real, please simply enter the 4 digit code above into the following box. They are also the micro perforation type. Search Gadget Speak reviews: The actual sheets are 10cm wide and 18cm long 1. This might be a cheap dye-sub, but it stood up pretty well against the rest in our tests.

You may inlude URLs http: The only other inputs are on the right side that’s the power adapter and two USB connections one to perform as a ‘Pict Bridge’ socket and the other should you connect it as a standard printer to a PC.

The colours in both the portrait shot and the landscape were accurate and the saturation was reasonable, too.