Secaucus, N.J. — Roughly three years after exiting the photo printer market in the United States, Panasonic will hop back in with a pair of snapshot printers.
The two models will both be dye-sublimation based. They can produce a 4-inch by 6-inch and 4- by 7-inch prints in 65 seconds and 75 seconds, respectively. It features card slots for SD (including SDHC) memory and produces 300 dpi resolution photos.
The KX-PX2M, for a suggested $99, will feature a 1.5-inch LCD screen while the $199 KX-PX20M sports a 3.6-inch LCD.