Sony today introduced two new digital photo printers that use the company’s dye sublimation technology, a process that creates lab-quality prints in color, monochrome, sepia or paint tone. Both printers come in pearl white, and feature built-in editing and creative tools to adjust images, a Memory Stick media slot, and USB connectivity. The DPP-EX5 can also connect to a television for larger viewing and editing of photos, and is available now for US$200. The DPP-EX7 features a 3.8-inch color touch-screen LCD for viewing and editing pictures, and a slot for Type II PC cards, and will be available in October, priced at US$450.