Six tips for picking a photo printer

Photo printers come in all shapes and sizes. Here's how to figure out which one is right for you.

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Displays Make Photo Selection and Editing Easier

Most photo-oriented printers now incorporate a color display so you can view and select photos for printing. They vary in size, but obviously bigger would be better (and more expensive). A few displays also have a touch-sensitive interface, which feels more natural as you navigate on-screen options. The displays on Internet-enabled multifunctions like the Lexmark Prestige Pro805 let you use apps from Google Maps or photo print services to print Web content directly.

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