This new printer is billed as turning out 5x7s in about 28 seconds; a 4x6 in under 9 seconds. The latest in a very special breed of pro-caliber printers, this Mitsubishi forgoes inkjet printing for dye-sublimation, in which thermal heads transfer color from heat-sensitive ribbons to photo paper. It sounds exotic, but dye-sub is a proven technology that’s long been used in photo kiosks. In fact, this printer will be seeing a lot of use in kiosks. Announced this past spring, this printer should be available soon; the price has yet to be determined.