Sony Ericsson proves there's more to Walkman than mobile music
Pentax and Samsung enjoy a ‘technology partnership’ in the digital SLR market, so it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise to discover that there are plenty of similarities between their cameras.
The Sony DPP-FP95 is the most expensive of Sony's dye-sub photo printers. Small, neat and well made, the FP95 has slots for all the major card formats, and not just Sony's proprietary Memory Sticks.
The Panasonic PX30 is still very new and it could be a while before prices settle down properly. As it is, though, it does look expensive for what is a fairly ordinary dye-sub printer.
The HP A826 is surely as much a style statement as a printer. It looks like a prop from a 1950s sci-fi B-movie, and will certainly provide a talking point.
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