To go with all of the shiny new cameras we've covered today, Canon has announced a slew of new printers. There's the $200 PIXMA Mini260, a small portable model that can print a 4 by 6 photo in under a minute and the $150 SELPHY CP730 and $100 CP720, both of which are dye sublimation models that print up to 4 by 8 photos in 58 seconds for 28 cents a print. The CP730 also includes a 2-inch screen for viewing images before printing.
For larger prints, there's the PIXMA iP4300, which prints at an impressive 9600 by 2400 resolution to a maximum print size of TK. The iP4300 uses Canon's new ChromaLife 100 printing system, which they claim will produce prints that last up to 100 years, so your grandchildren can have a good laugh at your expense.
PIXMA iP4300 [Canon]