The printer itself is $200, Label Printer
which is also not exactly throw-away money, especially as it
competes with big-name photo printers like the larger Kodak Easyshare
and the smaller Canon Selphy.
But LifePrint didn¡¯t stop there. The printer also implements a social
aspect by allowing you to ¡°follow¡± and be followed.
What this does is allow your friends and family that you¡¯re networked
with to send prints to your LifePrint, regardless of where they are. And
in case you¡¯re concerned about your over-sharing mother or father, the
LifePrint app will prompt you to accept each print before it goes
through with putting ink on paper.
If I could have had access to the Epson Stylus Photo R2000 Wireless
Wide-Format Color Inkjet Printer back then it would have left me no
choice. I would have fired my lab. And if you predominantly print 11¡Á14¡±
prints or smaller you might as well fire your lab too, Printer because chances are they aren¡¯t making prints that look as good as what I coaxed out of the R2000.
Many of us stock our photos only as digital copies, but a new company
called LifePrint might get you back to printing photographs. The
company¡¯s eponymous device lets you print photos wirelessly wherever you
are and makes it easy to share photos with other LifePrint users.
Mobile Wireless Printer
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