We're weren't quite sure at first whether Canon got into the beach pail market at first glance of their SELPHY CP770 printer. The portable printer sports a 2.5" color TFT screen ontop, accepts a myriad of memory cards, produces 300 x 300 dpi dye-sub waterproof prints, and also works wirelessly with a Bluetooth-enabled device and optional Bluetooth adapter. It will not help you build better sand castles though. Check out it in action under the jump...
A couple weeks ago when we discussed the trouble with hiding cables, Unplggd reader kdkaboom mentioned her set-up. We asked her to send over some pictures and she did! Katy's hideaway for all her home office peripherals jump starts a new section here on Unplggd called "Close-Up." This new category will give us a chance to magnify the rad tech solutions other people have.
Location: Midwood, Brooklyn. It’s a Co-Op bought 20 years ago by our single mom of three children, then taken over by us kidz when she moved out of NYC.
Years Lived In: It's the apartment we moved into when I was seven years old! So, off and on since 198...6?
What's your philosophy on how to integrate your technology into your living space?: Love it, live with it, or hide it. Or do as our mom does…sew covers for it! In different fabrics for the different seasons.
After the jump a close-up of Katy's "Closet of Doom"...
Do you have a great set-up? Email us snapshots and a brief description.
We have a love/hate relationship with Spring cleaning. It's definitely nice to purge your home of unnecessary clutter (trust us, you're never going to use that CRT monitor again). But the drawback of making executive decisions is that your eco-conscious takes a real beating...
The budget ink-jet printer market is filled with models that promise a lot in exchange for modest sums these days: fast printing times, laser-sharp text prints, quick drying inks, multiple media output, memory card readers, etc. The Epson C120 falls in the under $70 category, but brings some impressive features (and quirks) to the budget home business and family printer category.
I just moved into my first purchased apt and it's not huge so I'm trying to find furniture that serves a dual purpose. I purchased my printer 2 years ago (this might of been my first mistake) and am now having trouble finding something that will house my printer and serve as a nightstand in my bedroom. I found this EQ3 storage cabinet that would fit my printer perfectly and it has a file cabinet that works well with it (so I can have 2 nightstands) but it comes from Canada so I'd have to wait about 3 months. Should I just bite the bullet and wait the three months or does anyone have any suggestions on a printer cabinet that will hold this printer? I know it's not a printer that people tend to have in their home.
Any suggestions are welcome...thanks!
We saw this idea over on DIY Ideas and thought about how the changing table could also serve as a portable office--wireless networking and printing, a place to stash supplies and files, and the ability to roll it away when you don't need it.
A rolling cart could be picked up pretty easily second hand, and with a fresh coat of paint and some supplies, it's ready to mobilize.
Engadget found an interesting surprise on the FCC's website, the new favorite printer for Apple aficionados, the Samsung SCX-4500 will soon be wireless. Yes, you will be able to print and scan, and the only wire you'll need is a power cable.