updated 10:55 am EDT, Tue August 21, 2001
Sony today introduced what it called the "the world's smallest and lightest" dye-sublimation digital photo printer. The palm-sized, sub-one-pound portable DPP-MP1 digital photo printer produces borderless, full-color photos in less than two minutes. It offers USB connectivity and memory stick support. Both the printer and battery pack will be available in November for about $280 and $70, respectively. Paper is available in packs of 24 and is sold with a print cartridge for about $20.