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Label Manager 280
Dymo LabelManager 280

Label printer, Portable printer; Single cartridge sytem

Dymo's LabelManager 280 is a versatile handheld printer that produces great quality labels with a good number of text options to choose from and justifies being more expensive than similar …

1 review | 14 opinions (Excellent)


OfficeJet Mobile 150 All in One
HP OfficeJet Mobile 150

Colour printer, Multifunction Device; Inkjet printer; Portable printer; Single cartridge sytem

The slow scan speed of the HP Officejet 150 is the only thing IT Pro could hold against it, since on all other counts it's a very impressive proposition indeed. It's small, portable and

4 reviews | 10 opinions (Average)


More information at: TrustedReviews, 3/2013 HP Officejet 150 Mobile There are very few portable devices on the market which combine printing and scanning, so the Officejet 150 Mobile naturally piqued Trusted Reviews' curiosity. … to review

OfficeJet 100 Mobile
HP OfficeJet 100

Colour printer; Inkjet printer; Portable printer; Single cartridge sytem

The GadgetSpeak reviewer had difficulty in turning the HP OfficeJet 100 on, due to the poor instructions. Printing is possible via bluetooth from portable devices or a bluetooth enabled PC. Printing

6 reviews | 19 opinions (Above average)


More information at: c't, issue 14/2011 Mobile printing block IT devices are becoming increasingly smaller, lighter and more mobile. But this doesn’t seem to apply to printers, as shown by HP’s Deskjet 100 model.

GL10 Instant Mobile Printer
Polaroid GL10

Colour printer; Portable printer; Single cartridge sytem

Polaroid is finally brought into the digital age, but with mixed results. Colour reproduction is striking, though can seem overly sharp and with blacks lacking depth. Quality is adequate for an

4 reviews


More information at: What Digital Camera, 3/2012 Polaroid Grey Label Instant Mobile Printer Using the Zink, or Zero Ink technology, the GL10 Grey Label printer from Polaroid is a portable device that can directly connect to a PictBridge camera or computer with a USB connection, as well as wirelessly to a smartphone. … to review

Pocket Photo PD 233
LG Pocket Photo PD233

Photo Printer; Portable printer

As long as you don't expect too much from LG's Pocket Photo printer, The Inquirer reckon it's a fun toy that has a nice novelty factor going for it. However, it's pretty expensive …

1 review | 16 opinions (Above average)


Canon Selphy CP800
Canon Selphy CP800

Colour printer, Photo Printer; Thermal printer; Portable printer; Internet access: WLAN; …

If you need a printer to reproduce your digital photos well, the Canon Selphy CP800 is a worthwhile consideration. It has a compact design for printing 6 x 4-inch pages and it supports various memory

10 reviews | 46 opinions (Above average)


More information at: DigitalPHOTO, issue 7/2011 Print postcards Compact photo printers allow you to print your own individual greeting cards for family and friends (such as photos from your summer holidays) in no time at all. We take a look at the three most affordable models. Three photo printers were tested.

PocketJet PJ673-K
Brother PocketJet PJ-673

Colour printer; Thermal printer; Portable printer; Internet access: WLAN

Taking into account the natural limitations of portable thermal printers, the PocketJet PJ673 actually does a pretty decent job of everything IT Reviews fed it, including graphics and photos. …

1 review


Canon Pixma iP100
Canon Pixma iP100

Colour printer, Photo Printer; Inkjet printer; Portable printer

With a resolution of 9600x2400dpi and a rechargeable battery, Digital SLR User describe the Canon Pixma iP100 as being able to give you good quality prints while on the move. They also point out that

7 reviews | 38 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Digital SLR User, issue 11/2011 Your next buy - Home printers There are a whole host of printers on the market to suit different requirements and pocket sizes, so which one will help you breath life into your photos? In test: 20 printers were reviewed. No final scores were given. … to review

Label Writer 450
Dymo LabelWriter 450

B&W printer; Thermal printer; Label printer, Portable printer

While the Dymo LabelWriter 450 does not really stand out in any way, it does what it says on the tin and does it efficiently. Brother's QL-700 is faster and the company's own LabelWriter

2 reviews | 160 opinions (Excellent)


More information at: GadgetSpeak, 3/2011 A Specialised Printer I have been a regular user of a Dymo labelling device for many years. While fine for simple tasks, this device was unsuitable for more complicated labels. Fortunately Dymo manufactured a product that is capable of carrying out this type of task. … to review

HP Officejet H470
HP Officejet H470

Colour printer; Inkjet printer; Portable printer

As the HP Officejet H470 uses a Li-ion battery, Digital SLR User say it can be used just about anywhere. The tri-colour ink cartridge that this printer uses certainly saves on space, but a …

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)


PoGo  CZU-10011
Polaroid PoGo

Colour printer, Photo Printer; Portable printer

"Wired: Sitcky pics on the go. Tired: Expensive paper and diminutive output."

6 reviews | 297 opinions (Above average)


More information at: What Digital Camera, 10/2008 Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer Offering a truly portable solution to digital photographers, the Polaroid PoGo can take in pictures via USB, Bluetooth or over wifi and spit out your photo in around a minute. Is that something you might be interested in? … to review

PocketJet PJ663
Brother PocketJet PJ-663

B&W printer; Thermal printer; Portable printer; Single cartridge sytem

TrustedReviews say it's simple to use Brother's PocketJet PJ-663 thermal printer, though the automatic gripping of the paper makes it easy for pages to be skewed. Print speed and quality

1 review


More information at: TrustedReviews, 2/2012 Brother PocketJet PJ-663 If you need to print documents whilst you are on the go, the Brother PocketJet PJ-663 thermal printer may be of interest. … to review

4ipnet HSG200-P Wi-Fi Hotspot Kit

WLAN, ADSL; Connectivity: Wireless

PC Pro declared the 4ipnet HSG200-P Wi-Fi Hotspot Kit to be superb value for money for a kit delivering a full wireless-N hotspot with full security and simple manageability. It is constructed to …

1 review


Planon Printstik PS910
Planon Printstik PS910

B&W printer; Thermal printer; Portable printer

"If you really need a printer which takes up very little room and can print autonomously, without external power or paper, the PrintStik is pretty much your only choice. For any other portable …

2 reviews


Olivetti MY_WAY

Colour printer, Photo Printer; Portable printer

"The MY_WAY is a solidly made, unconventionally styled (and named) photo printer at a very good price. ..."

1 review



Product information and further reviews

Canon Pixma iP100 and HP Officejet H470wbt Macwelt 8/2008 - Canon and HP both released new mobile printers at almost exactly the same time... We felt this was reason enough to take a closer look at these interesting devices and test out whether they can hold their own with their desktop brothers. Review details: Two mobile printers were tested and both received a final grade of “good”.

PlanOn PrintStik PS910 ZDNet 1/2009 - Mobile printers are typically only a little bit smaller than their desktop counterparts and, with the added bulk of a battery and cables, not really as portable as they could be. The PrintStik from PlanOn however, is claimed to be the smallest monochrome A4 printer and can work wirelessly over Bluetooth to cut down on cable clutter on the road.

Polaroid Pogo photo printer Computer act!ve 10/2008 - One would be forgiven for thinking the advent of digital photography sounded the death-knell for Polaroid and its range of instant cameras. However, the innovative manufacturer is now trying another tack and with its new PoGo printer which can sync up with a cameraphone via a wireless Bluetooth connection and deliver hard-copy prints to share among friends.

Mobile battery-run colour printer Notebook Organizer & Handy 9-10/2008 - Canon is one of the only manufacturers to have another mobile printer on offer. And what’s more: with the Pixma iP100, there is now an upgraded and revised variant on the market.

HP OfficeJet H470 MacUser 17/2008 - This is one OfficeJet for which an office may not be best place to use it.

Polaroid PoGo PC Advisor 7/2008 - The Polaroid brand is so tied to the concept of instant photos that it comes as no surprise that their latest attempt to recapture some of their lost market share comes in the form of an instant photo printer.

HP OfficeJet H470 Mobile Inkjet Printer TrustedReviews 5/2008 - The H470 is a small inkjet printer with a great deal of portability thanks to add on battery packs and wifi and Bluetooth adaptors, but will performance and features have been sacrificed in the search for transportability?

Canon Pixma iP100 with Battery printer Computer act!ve 5/2008 - Will the Pixma iP100 really give you truly portable pictures?

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Nearly all mobile printers at the moment are inkjet printers that can print A5-pages in colour. But A4 printers are also starting to appear. Specialised photo printers, aimed at amateur photographers, can easily be attached to digital cameras. Label or CD/DVD printers are a little more rare.

Whether you're missing a place card for an upcoming event or you need a copy of an important contract – mobile printers are here to save the day. If you're always in transit and need to print documents, a mobile printer is a saviour. Agents who have to print policies for their customers on-site and managers who need important documents at hand at all times swear by portable printers. However, they can also be used privately – for example if you want to print recent photos and give them to your friends. For this reason, many specialised photo printers are available as well as the traditional inkjet printers. Exclusive label printers serve another market niche. Those who wish to add a picture or a label to a CD or DVD while on the go won't be disappointed: mobile CD/DVD printers are also available. Nearly all mobile printers print in colour and mono printers are rare. The main printing format at the moment is A5 but A4 printing devices are on the rise. Mobile printers can be connected to laptops, digital cameras, mobile phones or PDAs. Wireless printing is also facilitated via Infrared, Bluetooth, Compact Flash or USB. With a battery, a charging station and an auto-adaptor, the device will always be supplied with enough power to print. Many mobile printers provide a scanner attachment, turning the printer into a multifunctional device in seconds. This means that the printer can read text and pictures as well as printing them. When purchasing, pay particular attention to weight and measurements because mobile printers aren't always portable. With a length and width of 300mm and a weight of more than 2 kg, the so-called 'mobility advantage' quickly emerges as a marketing gag. As a rule of thumb, good mobile printers don't weigh more than 1.5 kg and generally measure under 200mm in width.