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Epson PictureMate Show PM 300 Compact Photo Printer Review

Both printer and photo frame, with imperfect compromises between the two functions.

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Introduction

The PictureMate Show PM 300 is a combination of a photo frame and printer, but that combination involves a lot of compromises that make it an imperfect device.

As a digital photo frame, the device is way too large: the bulky case is going to take up way more space than a dedicated photo frame. As a printer, the device works pretty well, though, and it is cheap to use; the high capacity of the cartridges means that each print costs about 25 cents. That is very reasonable for a printer of this type: most cost 30 to 50 cents per print. The PictureMate PM 300 costs $299.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Setup and Software
  4. Print Speed
  5. Color Performance
  6. Detail Performance
  7. Inks And Media
  8. Controls and Connectivity
  9. Epson Artisan 50 Comparison
  10. Canon iP2702 Comparison
  11. Sony DPP-F700 Comparison
  12. Conclusion
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