Epson PM 225 Compact Photo Printer Review
The best option if you want the highest-quality 4" x 6" prints on the fly.
On the printer itself, you'll notice that there are a small collection of buttons, mainly for navigating a simplistic est of menus with a left, right, and OK button labeled as a crude representation of a printer. These buttons are easy to press, though you will probably never use them save for the power button.
On the top of the printer is a very tiny screen (2.5") with a similarly tiny resolution. This feature seems to be more of an afterthought by Epson, and doesn't really factor much into interfacing with your device, as most functions outside of maintenance are controlled via the computer.
From the printer itself you can call forth a small handful of menus to monitor ink levels, certain settings, and different print modes for your photos. Though they aren't very visually appealing or expansive, they get the job done should you decide that you want to print from memory card instead of the computer itself.
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