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Epson P800 Printer Review: An impressive evolution of Epson’s 17” desktop printer

 
 

Facing the difficult task of replacing the Epson Stylus Pro 3880, the team at Epson have delivered a significant upgrade with the new Epson SureColor P800. This new 17" desktop printer, the world's most compact printer of this size, manages to improve upon the 3880 in a multitude of ways.

Currently selling for $1195...

Canon PRO-1000 Printer Review: Our ‘printer of the year’ combines great features with excellent print quality

 
 

With their new 17"-wide imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 desktop printer, Canon has pulled out all the stops. The first printer in a new series of professional inkjet printers from Canon has an extensive feature list that is topped only by its print quality.

Selling for $1,300 USD, the PRO-1000 represents an excellent value for...

Canon Pixma MG7120 and MG5520 printer previews: All-in-one printers reach for the cloud

Canon today announced two new all-in-one wireless inkjet printers, the Pixma MG7120 and Pixma MG5520. Alongside these printers, Canon has introduced a new cloud-based printing platform called Pixma Printing Solutions (PPS). Combined with a free companion app for iOS and Android smart devices, users are able to browse and print photos and documents...

Canon MG6320 printer review: Inexpensive Pixma all-in-one produces superior photo prints for its class

 
 

If you haven't used an all-in-one inkjet photo printer lately, you may be pleasantly surprised by the sleek and efficient Canon MG6320, which produces superior photo prints for a device in its class. The MG6320's stylish, slimmed down design won't take up much space in your office or studio but, at the same time, it's...

Canon Pro-10 pigment printer vote is in

 
 

If the dye-based Pro-100 was something of a hybrid between the Pro-1 and the Pro9000 Mark II, the Pro-10 is more a Pro9500 Mark II updated with a few Pro features for the photographer who doesn't need to make 13x19 prints every day. You get the improved media handling of the Pro series without the overhead and expense of...

Photo printer review: Canon Pro-100 is to dye for

 
 

Conventional wisdom is that you need a pigment printer to convince customers your prints are permanent. Wiser souls, though, know nothing is permanent. And wise guys are quick to point out that the trick is to have the prints outlive you.

For a long time dye prints have been capable of that. And they've extended their...

Review Update: Ten Months With the Canon Pro-1

Canonpro1.150x81In 10 months we've learned a few more things about the Pro-1. And we haven't forgotten that in our original review, we promised a further report detailing our experience printing fine arts papers. And we were also able, in those 10 months, to toss in a review of the Pro-1's chief competitor, the Epson R3000. So here's our updated report, with an emphasis on printing third-party...

Canon MX892—A Photogenic Office Device

Mx892.200x151There were two things that intrigued us about the Canon Pixma MX892 when we read the press release announcing its introduction.

First, we wondered how well a current generation office printer could print photos. And secondly, we wondered how well Canon had implemented AirPrint for printing from an iPad.

With the same color ink set as the MG-series of Canon's photo...

Printer Review: Epson Stylus Photo R3000

R3000.200x163As soon as our Canon Pro-1 review was published, we heard from Epson. You really should take a look at our R3000, they said.

So we did.

They're both color and black and white 13x19-ink pigment printing. But the R3000 has a few tricks up its sleeve, like its K3 ink set, versatile paper handling and extensive connectivity options.

Those may not be anything more than style...

Printer Review: HP Envy 110

Envy.150x86 There are quite a few things we liked about the $249.99 Envy 110. It's not just the most beautiful all-in-one device we've seen but it has brains, too. The menu system, accessed via a large touch screen, is well thought out and the Envy can communicate with some intelligence as well, accessing the Web for content, printing from an iPad and even printing documents emailed to it.

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