Canon PIXMA iP4200

Introduction

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 04/02/2006
Author: Sam Garratt (Hyper) 
Hardware Acquired: Amazon UK


Introduction

Today I will be looking at one of the latest inkjet printers on the market, the Canon PIXMA iP4200 was brought out recently to take over the ever popular iP4000 but Canon claim its cheaper and better than its predesesor.
Canon claim this little package can crank out 300 prints between refills and still provide lab quality photos which is rarther intresting to say the least.

I chose this printer as I needed something that would be used for everyday prints while still having the performance to create high quality images, Canon's printer seemed to fall straight into this catergory and therefore was the one for me.

First Impressions

I ordered this printer on the 02.03.2006 and to my amazement it was here within 2 days. the packaging was nothing special but it didnt need to be as inside the box was plenty padding and protection around the printer and accesories.

 

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06-03-2006, 16:07:00

Hyper
I created my first review for Overclock3D on Saturday on my new Canon PIXMA iP4200.



Check It Out...


Comments Welcome.

Thanks, SamQuote

06-03-2006, 17:23:20

jiffz
All well layed out. I like the way you have smaller pics to break up text, so if the reader really wants to look at the pic he can just click to see it in large.

The only off thing I noticed in the review was that not all the 'I's were upper case. A few of them were 'i's which doesn't look right to me.Quote

07-03-2006, 11:49:04

Hyper
Quote:
Originally Posted by jiffz
All well layed out. I like the way you have smaller pics to break up text, so if the reader really wants to look at the pic he can just click to see it in large.

The only off thing I noticed in the review was that not all the 'I's were upper case. A few of them were 'i's which doesn't look right to me.
Edited all the I 's now Quote
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