Canon SELPHY CP400

Category: Printer
Manufacturer: Canon Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.39 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS X
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.2 / 01 Jan 2007

Windows device driver information for Canon SELPHY CP400

The Canon SELPHY CP400 can be deployed either as a standalone or attached to a Personal Computer printing device. When used in a standalone mode it can support mobile devices like digital cameras which are PictBridge compatible. This allows for the direct printing of pictures from the digital camera to the supported hardware component. In terms of printing quality and speed, the output supported by the device driver can be printed in approximately 81 seconds for 4 by 6 inch output. The device driver supports the connection to the Universal Serial Bus interface port of the host computer system. This allows for the implementation of a full duplex communication link between the Canon SELPHY CP400 and the host computer system. This means that data transfer between the connected devices can occur simultaneously. In this context the device driver supports the instant notification system of the supported hardware component as well as the status testing routine that it applies.

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This particular printer hardware component belongs to a compact photo printer product line. This means that its output is generally designed to mimic or even surpass the quality of photo lab prints. The device driver in this particular instance supports the implementation of a full color direct digital printing process. The printing method that can be deployed is based on a dye sublimation thermal transfer with a corresponding overcoating. What this translates to is a longer lasting photograph print out with high quality. The printing resolution that can be applied on each output is set by the manufacturer at 300 by 300 dots per inch with a corresponding 256 gradiation per color. The Universal Serial Bus interface Types A and B are supported for both digital cameras and computer systems respectively. The device driver also allows the computer user to set various print modes that can be supported by the hardware component. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon SELPHY CP400 errors before installing any driver updates.