When it's sitting still, the new PictureMate can print on glossy or matte paper in 4x6 and numerous smaller sizes, as well as producing 10-image proof sheets and thumbnail indexes for archive CDs. With a maximum 5760x720dpi resolution and a three-picoliter minimum droplet size, it outputs smooth, detailed prints with vibrant colors, though we found its color balance slightly cool relative to competitors. It can also be set to convert color files to black-and-white or sepia monochrome. In addition to an Auto Photo Correction feature that adjusts exposure, color, contrast, and sharpness in one go, there are manual brightness, saturation, and sharpness controls. Red-eye removal is also available, along with a collection of decorative borders and clip art that can be added to photos.