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  1. Canon Selphy CP810 review

    Canon Selphy CP810 review

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    Canon's new Selphy CP810 photo printer aims to give flawless results with minimal fuss.

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    Canon Pixma Pro-1 review

    Canon Pixma Pro-1 review

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    Aimed at 'serious' professional photographers, the Canon Pixma Pro-1 A3+ printer is pitched as the world's first 12-ink system.

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    Canon PIXMA iP4850 review

    Canon PIXMA iP4850 review

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    How much do you really need to pay for a top-of-the-range printer? If you don't need options such as Wi-Fi connectivity, faxing and self-contained photocopying, it might be less than you think.

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    Canon PIXMA iP2702 review

    Canon PIXMA iP2702 review

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    This bargain photo printer offers above average print quality

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    Canon Pixma iP100 review

    Canon Pixma iP100 review

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    The Canon Pixma iP100 is a portable photo printer that can also print text documents. It will print on paper from business card size to A4, and comes with a large battery for travelling. It's not cheap, but we think it offers excellent quality, and is a rare find in a market churning out photo printers that just print 10 x 5 inch photos.

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    Canon Selphy ES2 review

    Canon Selphy ES2 review

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    The Selphy ES2 uses a completely different upright design compared with the CP750.

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    Canon PIXMA MP610 review

    Canon PIXMA MP610 review

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    The Canon MP610 has a secret weapon in the shape of a second black ink cartridge in its arsenal. The result is spectacularly fast mono and colour document printing, along with photo quality that simply outdoes the competition.

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    Canon PIXMA iP4500 review

    Canon PIXMA iP4500 review

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    A bargain printer, the iP4500 uses Canon's unique line-up of five ChromaLife 100 inks, combining dye-based cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks with a second, pigment-based black ink. The system works so well in practise that Canon has now dropped conventional six-ink photo printers from its PIXMA range altogether.

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    Canon PIXMA MP970 review

    Canon PIXMA MP970 review

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    Aimed at the semi-professional market, the MP970 is Canon's top-of-the-range A4 printer, adding light cyan and light magenta inks to the five-ink line up of its other models such as the iP4500

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    Canon PIXMA MP610 review

    Canon PIXMA MP610 review

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    Little short of legendary, Canon has made such a success of its revolutionary five-ink printing system over the past few years that conventional six-ink photo printers have disappeared from the company's product line-up altogether. So what's the big advantage?

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    Canon PIXMA iP4500 review

    Canon PIXMA iP4500 review

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    Manufacturers appear to be falling over themselves to offer printers as cheap as chips these days. Feature-light budget printers are everywhere to be found, like the Epson D92, which costs just £30 but still arrives with £25 of free ink, or Canon's own iP1800, which also weighs in at £30.

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    Canon Selphy CP750 review

    Canon Selphy CP750 review

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    When you have a company like Canon producing cameras as good as the IXUS range, you would bank on its photo printers having some kind of magical gizmology too. But for our money, HP and Epson have always trumped Canon on both print quality and features

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    Canon iP90v review

    Canon iP90v review

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    Canon has played an important role in the development of the mobile printer market, having produced a range of compact devices. The iP90V has a rechargeable battery you can use when you haven't got mains power

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    Canon Pixma iP5300 review

    Canon Pixma iP5300 review

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    Most inkjet printers are either four-ink printers without colour space for photo realism, or six-ink printers that are expensive to run for document printing. The Canon Pixma iP5300 solves this problem the obvious way - by being a five-ink printer

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    Canon i-Sensys Laser Shot LBP-5000 review

    Canon i-Sensys Laser Shot LBP-5000 review

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    Everything about the Laser Shot LBP-5000 screams simplicity. With a modest footprint and easily inserted toner cartridges, which are based on a vertically stacked, inline system rather than relying on a carousel.

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    Canon PIXMA iP6220D review

    Canon PIXMA iP6220D review

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    Unlike all Canon's previous models, this printer takes an 'HP' approach to print cartridges, using two tri-colour carts to make up its six-ink range, each cartridge having its own built-in print head.

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    Canon Selphy CP720 review

    Canon Selphy CP720 review

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    Compared with the Canon PIXMA mini 260, which is also a portable postcard printer, the CP720 is half the size and less than half the weight. However, once you add the paper tray the CP720's footprint is actually larger that the mini 260's

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    Canon PIXMA mini 260 review

    Canon PIXMA mini 260 review

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    We all know about photo inkjet printers, right? You need at least six different colours of ink to get a wide enough colour space for accurate photo reproduction. With only four inks, we almost didn't bother getting the new PIXMA mini 260 in for review

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    Canon Selphy DS700 review

    Canon Selphy DS700 review

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    As the boundaries between your home PC and home cinema continue to blur, it's hardly surprising to see new products making full use of the largest display in your house - your TV. One such example is the Canon Selphy DS700 printer

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    Canon Pixma iP8500 review

    Canon Pixma iP8500 review

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    As Canon printers go, this is the undisputed king of the A4 jungle. There are eight inks to provide a wide colour gamut: Canon's ChromaPLUS system introduces two extra colours to the regular five-colour set-upwith vivid green and red cartridges

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    Canon Pixma iP4000 review

    Canon Pixma iP4000 review

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    There's almost everything on this stylish printer except the proverbial kitchen sink, including dual paper trays, integral duplexing unit and a CD printing tray. As an all-round office/photo printer it's hard to beat

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