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HiTi S400 Dazzle Compact Photo Printer Review

The S400 is on the high end of price as 4-by-6-inch dye sub printers go, but the better design and quality justify the cost.

August 31, 2007
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Introduction

Compact photo printers come in many shapes and sizes, but for the most part, all dye sublimation printers have the same basic look. Hi-Touch Imaging Technologies, a relatively new Chinese company specializing in dye sub printers, goes for a different design with its whole product line. The S400 Dazzle, a sleek, black model selling for $249, produces 4-by-6-inch prints from a PC, memory card, or camera with the use of a tethered remote control. This six-year-old company has produced a series of good quality compact and larger dye sub printers, and the S400 is among them.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Setup / Drivers and Software
  3. Photo Performance
  4. Tour / Components
  5. Design / Interface
  6. Inks
  7. Print Settings / Options
  8. Connectivity
  9. Overall Impressions / Ease of Use
  10. Conclusion
  11. Specs / Ratings
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