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1. Canon PIXMA MP780 All-In-One Photo
$226.99 list($249.99)
2. Canon PIXMA iP90 Photo Inkjet
$225.14 list($249.99)
3. Canon PIXMA MP750 All-in-One Photo
$129.19 $123.95 list($129.99)
4. Canon CanoScan LiDE 500F Color
$46.54 list()
5. Canon CanoScan 3000ex Color Flatbed
$68.33 list($119.99)
6. Canon CanoScan LiDE 35 Scanner
list($249.99)
7. Canon MultiPass MP730 Multifunction
$4,298.99 $4,117.47 list()
8. Canon DR-5020 Large-Capacity Document
$82.99 $70.95 list()
9. Canon BU-10 Bluetooth Adapter
$4,327.24 list()
10. Canon DR-6080 Monochrome Duplex
$289.85 list($299.00)
11. Canon BJC-85 Portable Color Bubble
$664.04 list()
12. Canon ImageClass D880 Laser Printer,
$189.99 $178.00 list()
13. Canon Selphy DS700 Compact Photo
list($199.99)
14. Canon BJC-80 Portable Printer
Too low to display list($1,995.00)
15. Canon ImageCLASS MF8170c Color
$129.90 list($99.99)
16. Canon CanoScan LiDE 50 Color Scanner
$349.99 $286.75 list($595.00)
17. Canon Faxphone L170 Laser Fax
list($338.94)
18. Canon BJC-50 Color Bubble Jet
$109.99 list($59.99)
19. Canon i350 Color Bubble Jet Printer
$36.99 $35.02 list()
20. EXCHANGE ROLLER KIT

1. Canon PIXMA MP780 All-In-One Photo Printer
list price: $299.99
our price: $268.84
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Asin: B00030CHOE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 977
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Features

  • Prints and copies up to 25 ppm black, 17 ppm color
  • Faxes up to Super G3 speed in color or black-and-white
  • Scans up to 2,400 x 4,800 dpi resolution, 48-bit color depth
  • 35-page auto document feeder, dual paper path, built-in 2-sided printing
  • USB 2.0 and PictBridge interfaces; 1-year warranty with InstantExchange

2. Canon PIXMA iP90 Photo Inkjet Printer
list price: $249.99
our price: $226.99
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Asin: B0002OG6L6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 1647
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Product Description

Pixma iP90 Color Photo Printer ... Read more

Features

  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color, 600 x 600 dpi black
  • Up to 12 ppm color print speed, 16 ppm black
  • PictBridge support for direct-from-camera photo printing
  • Wireless printing with IrDA and optional Bluetooth

3. Canon PIXMA MP750 All-in-One Photo Printer
list price: $249.99
our price: $225.14
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Asin: B000650R0M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 4072
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Features

  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 color dpi resolution
  • Print and copy speeds up to 25 ppm black, 17 ppm color
  • 35-page auto document feeder, dual paper path, built-in 2-sided printing
  • 48-bit color scan depth
  • USB 2.0 interface, PictBridge-compatible direct photo printing

4. Canon CanoScan LiDE 500F Color Image Scanner
list price: $129.99
our price: $129.19
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Asin: B0002OG6JI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 3380
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The CanoScan LiDE 500F Color Image Scanner combines sleek styling with heavyweight performance. One convenient cable provides both power and a USB connection, reducing the number of wires around your desk. A USB Hi-Speed interface* enables incredibly fast image transfers to your computer, along with the fastest possible scanning speeds. Previews of your scans are ready in seconds. For added convenience, four easy buttons - Copy, Scan, PDF and E-Mail automate the scanning process, so your projects can get done more quickly. Just position your original, select the use for the image and in seconds it's ready to go.You're going to love the results. The LiDE 500F scanner delivers a maximum 2400 x 4800 color dpi resolution and 48-bit color depth, for over 281 trillion possible colors. The unique Doubled-Hinge expansion top lifts approx. 1 inch vertically and lays flat on the page to help ensure clear, sharp scans with minimal light distortion.Here's a simple solution for all those old negatives you've got sitting in boxes, just place them in the LiDE 500F's film adapter and press the Scan button! These valuable images can be archived on your computer, safe from heat, humidity and dust, and then printed for family and friends. FARE (Film AutomaticRetouching and Enhancement) Level 3 is a built-in film retouching technology that automatically removes much of the dust and scratches that may appear on your originals. The result? The final scans of dusty and scratche ... Read more

Features

  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible
  • 4,800 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution, 19,200 dpi interpolated
  • 48-bit color depth, 16-bit grayscale
  • Double-hinge expansion top for scanning bulky items
  • Scans negatives and positives with included film adapter

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars This was a bit of a let down
Scans photographs OK, but there are blurry areas on other images, around the edges. I've been using scanners for many years, was tempted by the slim design...just didn't work out.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best portable scanner available today
I looked hard at the Canon Canoscan LiDE 20 through LiDE 80 series and found much to admire. Even though I am a committed buyer of older-and-proven tech products, I paid a bit extra to get the newer Canon LiDE 500F. Why? Great design, great portability, great scanning resolution, great software - all for a great price. The LiDE 80 has these too, but the latest evolution of the Canon LiDE concept embodied in the 500F goes much further.

I'm a freelance writer, and I needed a slim and portable platen-based scanner powered through a fast USB 2.0 port to avoid a separate power supply for the scanner. I have a sheet-fed scanner built into my trusty old HP OfficeJet T45, but it's only good for documents neatly printed by PC printers, not odd-sized info from books and magazines that require a platen-based scanner. I use the Canoscan LiDE 500F to "copy" info when gathering research, both with my office desktop PC and in remote locations with my laptop. I use ABBYY FineReader 7.0 optical character recognition to recreate the original document or article's text (complete with the original graphics and layout) saved in Microsoft Word. The offsite alternative to this is a crude, time consuming, and expensive hassle using a local library copier.

The LiDE 500F's double-hinge expansion top design enables the platen lid to fold away flat, so any book or magazine covers the platen for scanning without having to deal with the platen lid at all. The Canon software is quite comprehensive, covering the gamut of customized scanning needs from simple office automation to highly complex scans for graphics. A built-in stand enables the LiDE 500F to stand on its edge in the office, enabling space-saving efficiency and convenience, with it's software-automated buttons for "copying" to a printer, scanning to a bitmap file, scanning to an Adobe PDF file, and inserted a saved scan into an email as an attachment. You will especially love the one-step convenience of inserting a bill or invoice into the scanner while mounted on its edge, and having the scanned item automatically print directly to whatever default printer you preselect. The software also well supports the external film/slide adapter up to the 48-bit 2400x4800 max - including the vaunted FARE Level 3 (Film Automatic Retouching and Enhancement) built-in film retouching technology that automatically removes much of the dust and scratches that may appear on your originals. Canon's FARE Level 3 works, and works quite well to my eyes.

Is this the ideal scanner for the graphic artist or photography enthusiast? No. Desktop-only scanners dedicated to these pursuits are far superior in every way, only lacking the portability and all-round usefulness that the LiDE 500F offers for the price. The LiDE 500F reminds me of why the Olympus DS-330 is such a great voice recorder for both workstation-docked recording of telephone interviews and on-location voice recordings: a combination of great design for both stationary use and mobile use, and great software that handles every contingency for both the professional writer or general corporate user.

Drawbacks? The LiDE 500F is larger than the LiDE 20-80 series, a bit heavier, and a bit thicker. Note that it is almost exactly the same size as an Apple 17" Powerbook, so an Apple neoprene laptop sleeve for that PC fits it perfectly for slipping into your briefcase (if your briefcase is large enough). Just make sure you lock the platen down with the switch on the back before moving it to avoid damage. I've heard that the LiDE 500F is "noisy." It's not, really - no more than any other scanner. Just a low hum when scanning that disturbs nobody in today's noisy libraries, and virtually unnoticeable in any corporate office. I read somewhere that it is "slow." All scanners are slow compared to a high-speed copier, but the LiDE 500F's USB 2.0 interface boosts its performance considerably compared to the earlier LiDE 20/30/35 models that use a slower USB 1.1 interface. The speed of the LiDE 80 should be about the same, as it also uses a USB 2.0 interface. The trick to fast scanning is to limit your scanned resolutions to 300dpi or less. The file sizes will be smaller, and there's less work for your PC to handle for each scan.

If the LiDE 500F is too pricey or fancy for your needs, be aware that refurbished LiDE 20's and LiDE 35's are available today (April/2005) for a song - $30-$50! But they are limited by a slower USB 1.1 interface, lower resolutions for your photos, and don't have the built-in edge-standing office convenience of the LiDE 500F. Note that I have not commented on the quality of the scanning, color faithfulness, or sharpness. I also cannot comment on its long-term durability. To me, the LiDE 500F performs quite well and exhibits none of the weird patterning and faint lines that seem to plague similar slim-profile models from HP. Truth be told, HP printing and scanning products seem to have suffered from shabby quality and design in the past five years, and are no longer the unquestioned "safe bet" they once were. In contrast, the LiDE 500F certainly seems to be a safe bet for those seeking an ideal balance of performance and portability that desktop scanners have never before offered.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent performance for the price
This is the first scanner I have purchased. Setup was easy, the scanner driver software is simple to use and very helpful if you want to do multiple scans - just scan once - it sends the image to the calling application and then returns back to the scanning page. Repalce your items on the scanner and scan again for the next page - this is pretty helpful if you have to scan a lot of items. My friend has a HP scanner (6210) which does not have this feature.

My first scanner was a defective one (gave calibration errors), but Canon replaced it promptly (in 2 days).

The film adapter is also present for your 35mm scans.

Actually this is the only scanner in the market that has so many positive features

- self powered
- high optical scan resolution
- 35 mm adapter
- IR dust detection and correction (works quite well in the Medium setting)
- very sleek and small - can be easily put in a laptop bag
- has a LED based illumination system unlike other scanners - this means no need to wait for the 'warm up'

So far I haven't had a single problem. This is an excellent buy! 5 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars What more could you want?
I am quite impressed with this scanner.My last scanner was purchased back in 1999; this new one is in a different league!Scanning is fast and easy and I'm quite surprised by the quality of the images.I've scanned 20 year-old photographs and the quality of the scans easily matches the orginal prints!

Set-up was easy with the USB cable (no power cord needed); it is lightweight with a sleek design; and the software is quite usable.I spent a few hours reading reviews on the Internet before I purchased this and I am convinced I made a good decision.You're not going to do much better in this price range!

5-0 out of 5 stars Feature rich, mobile, quality - produce good scans for the $
Summary
+ Very mobile (no power cord uses USB connection for power)
+ Good quality
+ Plenty of useful software to get you started
+ Good resolution
+ IR image correction
+ Scans negatives (a 6 frame strip at once)
+ Small footprint, and 3 ways to setup the scanner on your desk.
+ Good match with the i950 printer.
+ No waiting for warm-up, just scan away.
(...)
+ Well matched with my I950 printer

- Slower than some of the $90 bulky scanners.
- Lower resolution than some of the bulky scanners.

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I purchased this scanner the day it came out (Jan 31 2005).(...)

There were more features, it was a newer product.So I gambled with the 500f and returned the LiDE80.
The reviews were mixed for the LiDE 80 to begin with.It seems that it's biggest asset was the slim profile.This attribute is compounded in the 500f since it can be setup "vertically".The footprint is minimized on the desktop.

The LiDE technology allows the use of LEDs to illuminate the object being scanned.Other technology uses a cathode/fluorescent tube.The advantages of the LEDs are that there is no warm up and thus no waiting.The life span is much greater for LEDs, and they are not damaged by movement or vibration.Though most cathode/fluorescent tubes can produce just as good a sometimes much better image quality, their lifespan can be shorter and power requirements are much greater.This technology is best realized if you will be moving the scanner, using it adhoc, or if you don't want to wait for a warm-up.LiDE is also what allows Canon to make the thing so thin (1").

The 500f scanner is rather slow at higher resolutions 2-3 sec preview and 30 - 40 seconds full scan.Other tube type scanners offer higher resolution with faster scan speeds for less money.These scanners are fine if you are not interested in the space saving aspect, and don't mind an initial warm-up.

The scanner does a good job at correcting minor scratches and dust on slides and photos.I think the over all quality is fantastic, not to mention the price.

The unit operates pretty quietly and is a good match with my printer (Canon i950 - which is incredible by the way).

The software offered is complete and allows you to really use the scanner.There is a simple tool which scans and saves - a tool for photo editing (feature rich I might add)- a tool for assigning actions to the 4 buttons (mail, pdf, copy, scan).The copy is pretty cool if you want the image to scan and go right to the printer to be printed.You also get a program which scans and converts image to text.If you were to scan the pages of a book the scan would be converted to text.I have not used this text recognition software yet, but it could be useful at some point.

A nice feature of the 500f over the 80 is the fact that you can scan a 6 frame strip of negatives at once.The 80 requires you to manually advance 1 frame at a time.If you're looking to archive negatives, or perhaps make reprints of your negatives, this is a really cool feature simply made better on the 500f.Other scanners offer the 35mm negative functionality as well...

I'm very happy with the purchase of this scanner.People that may feel it is lacking is those who are not in the market for a $109 scanner.If you want a really high end scanner you're going to be paying more than 2 times that amount.However; there are some scanners for less money that produce scans just as good but lack the features.

The scanner is only going to be as good as your printer; and for what I do, its a real bargain. ... Read more


5. Canon CanoScan 3000ex Color Flatbed Scanner

our price: $46.54
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Asin: B0002E57ZM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 811
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Features

  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi resolution, 9,600 dpi interpolated, 48-bit color
  • Scans multiple photos in 1 pass
  • 3 easy buttons to scan, copy, and email
  • ArcSoft PhotoStudio software
  • USB 2.0 interface; 1-year warranty with telephone support

6. Canon CanoScan LiDE 35 Scanner
list price: $119.99
our price: $68.33
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Asin: B0002E57XY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 250
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Amazon.com Product Description

What can't you use a scanner for these days? Whether you're archiving old family heirloom photos or emailing a print article to a friend across the country, the Canon Lide35 scanner does what you need it to do, easily, without taking up much valuable desktop space. A patented Z-lid design allows you to smoothly accommodate thicker originals like magazines and yearbooks, even though the scanner itself measures just 1.5 inches thick. A stand is included to store it in an upright position, and a single cable supplies power and a USB connection. Even better, the cable's included in the box.

Both color and monochrome images come through cleanly, thanks to a 1,200 optical dpi and an interpolated resolution of 9,600 x 9,600 dpi. The included pack of scanning software provides you with plenty of options for storing, sending, and retouching; the scanner will automatically take care of scratches or lint on your originals, freeing your time to let you organize rather than repair them. Canon includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

What's in the Box
CanoScan LiDE 35 scanner, Z-Lid top, USB cable, scanner stand, CanoScan Setup CD-ROM, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi resolution, 9,600 dpi interpolated; 48-bit color
  • Z-lid design accommodates thicker originals
  • ArcSoft PhotoStudio and ScanSoft OmniPage SE OCR software
  • USB 2.0 interface, cable included
  • 1-year warranty with telephone support

7. Canon MultiPass MP730 Multifunction
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00009L1XH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 4579
Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Uniting the engines of the popular Canon i850 photo printer and the Canon LiDE 30 scanner, the Canon MultiPass MP730 photo printer, copier, and scanner enhances both your performance and creativity. Each function supplies the technology needed to make an impressive visual impact, while the unique Canon Think Tank System lowers printing costs by combining individual ink tanks with intelligent management. Plus, the 35-sheet feeder makes it easy to fax, copy, or scan large documents.

Adaptable for both home and office use, the MP730 delivers high-quality legal and letter-size copies at speeds of up to 22 pages per minute in black and 14 ppm in color. The single-pass flatbed scanner processes documents up to 1,200 x 2,400 optical (9,600 dpi interpolated) in brilliant 48-bit color--your images will look better than ever. When it's time to share your ideas with the outside world, a built-in color fax is waiting, offering Canon's Super G3 high-speed technology, convenient 35-sheet document feeder, and helpful 250-page memory.

As a printer, the MP730 performs equally well with straightforward documents and digital images. Combining advanced technology and Canon's exclusive Easy-PhotoPrint software, it allows you to print directly from digital camera memory cards and produce photo quality borderless 4-by-6, 5-by-7, and 8.5-by-11-inch output without a PC connection--and at a crisp 4,800 x 1,200 dpi resolution. Canon includes a one-year warranty with InstantExchange program. ... Read more

Features

  • Individual ink tanks, intelligent ink management
  • Legal and letter size copies, up to 22 cpm black, 14 cpm color
  • Up to 4,800 dpi color printing with 2-picoliter droplets
  • Scans up to 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution
  • 33.6 Kbps super G3 color fax; 35-sheet auto document feeder

Reviews (30)

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable value
This is my second Canon color inkjet. The first is just a printer, but based on my positive experience wiht that, I was confident in buying a Canon this time around as well. That confidence was reinforced with the MP730.

In a nutshell, the positives are:

- Surprisingly quick printing for an injet, even in color. Faster than the laser from just a few years ago that it replaces

- Excellent print quality -- tested it with color photos at full size and it's outstanding

- Very slick design... small footprint on the desk and looks good too.

- Both a flatbed AND fed copier -- this is very cool. I prefer to use the feeder most of the time (which is what my old multifunction had), but sometimes, if I'm copying a book or something, I wish I had a flatbed. This does both, again in a very compact size.

- Great Canon software and utilities for printing and other tasks

- Individually replaceable ink cartridges (saves money).

Just an outstanding unit -- I would have expected it to cost 2-3x it's price point.

The only downside, and this is a downside of inkjets generally, not the Canon specifically, is that ink is expensive and runs out faster than you think. Over the course of a couple years owning it, the cost of ink will likely outpace the cost of the printer itself.

But if you're deciding among multifunction units and among inkjets, this is a very good pick.

4-0 out of 5 stars Outsanding performance but....bulky, photo quibble
I've just set up the printer today, so this is my initial impression after playing with it.

I love it! It is a bit larger than I expected, mainly because angled paper tray at rear makes it take up a lot of depth (22.5 inches). Text output is OUTSTANDING and fast (up to 22ppm), but like all things in life, it comes with a small but noticable compromise. Although the photos are quite stunning, any areas with dark black have droplets that are visible (only if you look closely) but otherwise the image is stunning and very sharp. For professional quality photo output I would recommend a dedicated photo printer (check out Canon i950)but note that it is not optimized for text (I believe it prints text around 2 pages per minute. Also, if you do intensive document scanning, it seems a bit slow when using the document tray on top. There is also quite a bit of annoying beeping going on (pushing buttons, completed faxes, that I hope I can turn off...)

If you want a home office beast of burden that can handle a variety of tasks with very high quality results, this is it!

Helpful notes:
1. If it makes funny clicking noises and the phone you plug into it does not always work, and your faxes just stall with continuous beeping, switch the phone lines in back...oops!
2. If you are upgrading from an older printer, you will need to purchase a USB 2.0 cable (not included)

5-0 out of 5 stars It's a Gem
Ok granted I've only had the unit a week or so...but it's been a really good week. Easy to get running and works like a dream, fax, scanner and copy unit are great and just printed out about a dozen foto's. This is a great buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars No need to look further, I already did it for you
I am a small business owner and bought the 730 for fax reasons mainly. I got a whole lot more than I paid for. This thing is great.

The photo print quality is awesome, it prints damn fast on all settings, has a flat bed, and you can reload the ink tubs individually. I looked at the HPs, the Epsons, the everbody elses, and this one took the cake. It doesnt come with an interconnect cord, so go to best buy get one before you try to hook the 730 up. It is large, so check your desk space before you buy.

For those of you with voicemail from your phone company - as opposed to an answering machine- you will need to get a distinctive ring pattern for the fax to pick up the call. The DRP usually is a double ring as opposed to a single ring. The machince recognizes this as a fax and picks it up. If the caller is a normal voice caller, your phone will do the normal single ring, and you will either pick up the call or let it go into voicemail.

The DRP is a second phone line into your house, but it will work on the same phone line as your voice line and is very cheap. So, only 1 call at a time or 1 fax at a time. I had to do some homework to figure this out, so pay attention and save yourself some time.

I would buy this again in a heartbeat if I open a second office. Amazon also has the best price for the 730, even better than what you can find on Ebay.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best multifunction out there!
I did a month of research before buying this multifunction printer. I really wanted something to do it all. It had to do decent faxing, plus serve my needs for scanning and copying as well. I already have a high-end photo printer, so basic printing was fine for me.

This did all I hoped for and then some. The Fax worked great, I hooked it up to my home phone system and it does a great job of detecting voice versus fax calls and switching them appropriately. You'll hear the answering machine pick up for a second when sending a fax to it, but that's a very minor nit. Quality of the fax is nice. I did notice that it only redials 3 times on a busy signal, but I hope to find a function to set that higher. The document feeder is essential, you'll find a lot of multifunctions do not include one and you have to load the pages one at a time. It also has a nice cover for the paper feeder in the back, a nice feature if you do not print a lot.

Scanning is considerably slower than my old flatbed to get high quality but the results look good. Anything less than high quality is not that great, but fine for anything but photos.

The printing quality is not quite as good as my dedicated photo printer, but I doubt most home office users would notice. You'll still get very decent photos and color printing out of this, certainly far better than most multifunctions. It's good enough that if I did not already have a high end color injet, I probably would be fine with this one.

Overall, I'm very pleased with this printer and recommend it highly. ... Read more


8. Canon DR-5020 Large-Capacity Document Scanner

our price: $4,298.99
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Asin: B00006B7YS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 48503
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9. Canon BU-10 Bluetooth Adapter for i80 Printer

our price: $82.99
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Asin: B0001MKTTE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 1578
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Features

  • Compatible with Canon i80 mobile inkjet printer
  • Bluetooth data link protocol
  • Connects directly to printer with no wires
  • Permits direct printing from compatible digital cameras
  • 1-year warranty

10. Canon DR-6080 Monochrome Duplex Scanner

our price: $4,327.24
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Asin: B0001GMIKS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 17019
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11. Canon BJC-85 Portable Color Bubble Jet Printer
list price: $299.00
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Asin: B00004SGBW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 4889
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer is an exceptional combination of lightweight portability and professional-quality desktop printing--a remarkably fast, commanding little printer, enabling you to produce letters, memos, and reports on all your excursions. The perfect companion to your desktop or laptop, both Mac and PC compatible, the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer is practical for travel and use just about anywhere with its long-life battery (and optional battery pack) and the AC adapter. Plus, fast built-in infrared IrDA wireless technology lets you print without a cable connection.

Sleek size is just an introduction to the printer: documents print in crisp 720 x 360 dpi black and at a surprisingly swift speed--for a portable printer--of five pages per minute in black and white and two pages per minute in color. These rates are supported by a 30-sheet paper feed for continuous printing. The crisp and vibrant colors delivered by the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer on charts, graphs, and photos are necessity, not luxury, whether you are home or away. With the addition of the optional IS-12 color image scanner cartridge you can transform the BJC-85 into a sheet-fed color scanner, which is an outstanding opportunity to gain two compact and portable machines in one.

Even with the AC adapter and optional battery included, the Canon BJC-85 weighs in at just 4.5 pounds. Printing while on the road or in the air is easy when you carry the Canon BJC-85 color bubble jet printer's impressive high quality with you. A universal power adapter, color and black ink cartridges, and a CD-ROM with printer/scanner drivers are included. Canon offers a one-year limited warranty on parts and labor with SelectExchange on the BJC-85 printer. ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight color Bubble Jet printer
  • USB and parallel ports, Mac and PC compatible
  • IrDA technology for wireless printing
  • 720 x 360 resolution in color or B&W
  • Up to 5 ppm black printing

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Small, Convenient, Works Great!!
The Canon BJC-85 is a small, lightweight printer that is easy to pack and works wonderfully well. It has both parallel and USB connections for PC's or MAC's. The quality of the black text printing is very good - especially when you consider the small size and light weight of this printer. The color printing is also amazingly good. The software loads easily, and I had mine up and running in a matter of minutes attached to my laptop. You'll need to buy either a parallel or USB cable, since it isn't included. Canon has the best reputation, by far, of all the brands who make portable printers and this is their newest model. This is really a terrific little printer that is well worth the price for people on the road who need to print from their laptops.

4-0 out of 5 stars Just what I was looking for..
This printer is a convenient size for someone with limited desk space or for taking it with you when traveling. The battery pak mentioned that can be used with this printer is available through DELL. It may take a bit of searching to find it. Click on Printers, then look for the Canon BJC-85, then click on more details under the printer icon, then related products on the next screen. It does not state for BJC-85 but it is the correct battery pack or ask Dell for reassurance, I did! I have been very pleased with the print quality of such a small printer, even the graphics are great. For Word Processing that requires mostly black ink, use the large BCI-10 Ink Cartridge it is better than the small black tank you use with color printing. I have not been able to locate the Infrared Driver for it does anyone know where that can be acquired? I am more than pleased with this quality and size of this printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Print Word Documents From Your Palm
If you add DataVid's Documents To Go 4.0 (available from Amazon) to your Palm; and if you also add Docs To Print and IR Print (available from doctoprint.irprint.com); you can then -- work on -- and print MS Word files from your Palm to the Canon BJC-85 via IR (infrared) -- no cords or PC required.

The printing I get when using my Palm and Canon BJC-85 isn't letter quality. But the Canon BJC line of printers are the smallest, most portable letter-size printers available today. And being able to -- work on -- and print MS Word presentations and proposals from my Palm while on the road is extremely convenient.

(The above software combination, incidentally, will enable you to also print to other IR capable printers such as desktop models from HP and portable A6 paper-size units from Sipix.)

The BJC-85 also provides the option of swapping out the color cartridge -- and replacing it with a much larger black cartridge -- which is very helpful, especially since the ink capacity on this printer is quite limited.

(As a watch-out: be sure to aim your Palm at the Canon BJC-85's IR port from at least seven inches away, otherwise the connection won't be made. I learned this after e-mailing someone at Docs To Print, who was most helpful.)

Being able to print letter-size documents on the road directly from my Palm is another good reason to leave my heavy laptop computer -- at home -- where it belongs!

3-0 out of 5 stars Poor paper feed
I have owned BJC 70 and BJC 80. Both have difficulty feeding automatically. I have had to guide each single piece of paper in order for the feed to catch.

I have also gone through a power supply. Currently my power button is not operating and cannot turn on.

I paid the high price of $300 for dependabilty thinking that it was reliable but the variety of mechanical failures have caused me to look for another brand name. I do love the portability design, but I guess design does not equate with dependability.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, with one discrepancy (sp?)
This is a good quality printer. I like it. There's only one thing I don't like. The ink tanks (cartridges) are small. It seems like I'm always putting in a new one. And of course, they have to have all three colors in one tank so that the remaining ink of the other two colors gets wasted. At least the tanks are cheap. ... Read more


12. Canon ImageClass D880 Laser Printer, Copier & Fax

our price: $664.04
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Asin: B0002UM0FG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 8350
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13. Canon Selphy DS700 Compact Photo Printer

our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00064CIKA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 542
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Features

  • Use your TV to enjoy and print your favorite digital photo images
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 dpi resolution; Easy-PhotoPrint software
  • Print camera phone images from infrared-enabled cell phones
  • Print color images on 4-by-6-inch, credit card size, or sticker paper
  • USB, Direct Print Port, PictBridge compatible; memory card slots

14. Canon BJC-80 Portable Printer
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00000JFKT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 4239
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For exceptionally portable printing options, the Canon BJC-80 offers all you could ask for wrapped in one very sleek package. Advanced printing technologies smooth black edges and separate colors for supreme legibility and exquisitely clear images; print speeds of 4 ppm black and 2 ppm color are on the slow side, but the final results are worth the wait. A 760 x 300 dpi supplies dense, true coloration on envelopes, high-gloss film, photo paper, plain paper or transparencies, on any size sheet up to 8.5 by 14 inches.

Weighing just over three pounds, the black case snaps shut and can be tucked right in your laptop's carrying case. Additional optional accessories like the portable power pack or scanner kit will expand the BJC-80's capabilities to that of your home printer, while the included 30-sheet input tray allows you to keep media organized even while on the go. Canon includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact design, ideal for traveling
  • Supports optional rechargeable battery and scanning attachment
  • Presentation-level 720 x 360 dpi resolution
  • 30-sheet input tray; up to 4.5 ppm black, 2 ppm color
  • Parallel and infrared interfaces

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars A waste of money
I bought this printer because I travel a lot. The first time I used it, it printed only half a page. After repeated requests for help, I got it to print --- quit working almost exactly to the date that the warranty ran out. Canon not helpful at all. I am looking for another portable printer but it will not be a Canon.

5-0 out of 5 stars five star
I am in search of a handy printer which has a print quality and speed like laserjet printer to print only four lines on a bankers cheque.I found this product while browsing but do not know about it.Does this is worth for printing cheques ?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little printer
This is a great little printer. It is a little slow but its quality is great. It is quite small and compact, perfect for a traveling business man. All in all this is a great printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Still Going Strong Two Years Later ...
I have nothing but good things to say about the BJC-80. I've had it for two years, use it almost daily (mostly for color graphics printing) and it's still going strong. It travels well and is very convenient to use. Black and white print quality is excellent and color print quality is out of this world. I have the battery pack and use infrared with my Thinkpad notebook (something about wireless printing that can really impress a client!). I also use the scanning adapter - works fine on the road, but I prefer a flatbed scanner for most jobs.

5-0 out of 5 stars A versatile, rugged and economical portable printer
My company sells Home Inspection software (Palm-Tech Inspector) and many of our inspectors have commented on how much they like the Canon BJC-80. It is light, easy to carry, and has a good page feeder. In our tests, the BJC-80 averages 150-170 pages of full text per mono cartridge in draft mode. Its color graphics are good for a portable printer. Infrared communication is a little slower than its competition, but as a cabled solution it is untouchable.

We at Palm-Tech reccomend the BJC-80 to our clients every day. ... Read more


15. Canon ImageCLASS MF8170c Color Laser Multifunction
list price: $1,995.00
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Asin: B00043KPB2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 24205
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Features

  • Up to 16 ppm black print and copy speed, up to 4 ppm color
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical scan resolution
  • 375-sheet standard input capacity plus 50-sheet auto document feeder
  • 33.6 Kbps Super G3 fax; Windows 2000/XP compatible
  • USB 2.0 interface, built-in 10/100 Base T networking

16. Canon CanoScan LiDE 50 Color Scanner
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000A995A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 7968
Average Customer Review: 3.48 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

One of the slimmest scanners on the market, the Canon LiDE 50 measures less than two inches high and includes a desktop stand for nearly invisible vertical storage. This doesn't mean it can't handle your originals--thanks to the Z-lid design, the LiDE 50 can accommodate items up to an inch thick while keeping them totally flat for absolutely impeccable scans.

48-bit color and a 16-bit grayscale provide rich tones and clear contrasts; the 1,200 x 2,400 optical resolution (9,600 x 9,600 dpi interpolated) handles the rest with clean, crisp detail. USB 2.0 interface means there's a single cord that supplies both power and connection, as well as a speedy transfer of data.

Bundled with the scanner is an impressive array of software for both Windows and Macintosh OS systems that will allow you to convert, smooth, and organize your images in a variety of ways. Perfect for home use, the Canon LiDE 50 is backed by a one-year warranty with Instant Exchange service.

What's in the Box
Canon LiDE 50 scanner; stand; power/USB 2.0 cable; instructions; setup poster; warranty information; Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0 CD-ROM; CanoScan Setup CD-ROM with ScanGear CS (Windows/Mac), CanoScan Toolbox (Windows/Mac), Arcsoft PhotoStudio (Windows/Mac), ArcSoft PhotoBase (Windows/Mac), ScanSoft OmniPage SE OCR (Windows/Mac), NewSoft Presto! PageManager (Windows) and NewSoft Presto! BizCard (30-day trial version, Windows only) ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 1,200 x 2,400 dpi resolution, 48-bit color
  • Z-Lid expansion top for bulky originals
  • Complete software bundle, Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0
  • USB 2.0 interface and power supply, cable included
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty with Instant Exchange

Reviews (25)

2-0 out of 5 stars Cool design with no ON/OFF switch that went lights out.
I first pick this scanner because it was nice and compact looking, with an eye catching silver slim design. It had USB 2 and good resolution, but like most scanners doesn't have too many other features. It ran fine on my PIV XP laptop with 512mb, the driver and software install perfectly on the first try. People, who say they have software issues, should reformat their machine, because there are some software or memory conflicts from human error. Usually people install thing and erase system files improperly or accidentally.

Performances:
Scanning images on this machine is fast and the scans look great. Its actual scanning perform is a lot better then the machine that replaced it. The HP 6110 all-in-one scanned a lot slower and produced very grainy images. Canon's scans were much smoother quality.

Bad bulb that went lights out:
I like everything in this little scanner, but Canon cut corner on two major issues. The first, which was the reason I had to return it, is: there is no ON/OFF switch. The scanner power up through the USB cable when the computer turns on. Sometime I leave my laptop on for whole day, which also leaves the scanner on for a whole day: this is how I figured the light bulb died within the first month. At first, I unplugged the USB cable, but over time you forget or get careless. Maybe there is a setting to control this, but it was too late. Canon cut corner on the ON/OFF switch simply to save money. The other smaller problem, but annoying feature is the driver software doesn't let you customize scanning sizes. After using a HP for years, I would like to pick my own scan size, sometime like 72dpi or 350dpi. Canon preset dpi in increment of 100s is annoying.

The return to the store
Good thing the bulb died on the 28th day so I got to return and exchange for a more feature HP 6110, but with lesser performance rating. I stayed away from Canon's cool but cheaply constructed design, until the overly impressive Canon's I960 photo printer changed my mind.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Bargain
Since I purchased my first Canon color printer 2 years ago, I've had nothing but positive experiences with Canon products. This scanner is no exception. It's replacing a VERY old parallel port scanner and I must say, technology has come a long, long way.

To begin with, this scanner is incredibly fast. Connected to a USB 2.0 port, full page color scans at 300dpi take less than 30 seconds to complete. Most of the time, I use it to scan pencil sketches directly into Photoshop (extremely easy). In gray-scale mode, I can scan an entire page at 300dpi in ~10 seconds...blazingly fast! Top it off with easy setup, self powered USB (no power brick!), and sleek design, this scanner is a bargain.

Unless you're doing hardcore, ultra high-res, ultra high-quality, professional graphics work, this is the scanner for you.

2-0 out of 5 stars Does NOT work at 1200dpi
The LiDE 50 will not scan at 1200dpi. I'm running a 1Ghz Athlon with 256MB of RAM and plenty of system resources in Windows 2000 Professional. The scans just "hang" at 20% or 90% and never finish. Also, parts in the internal mechanism of the scanner I recieved appear to have minor corrosion on them. Whether it is this or a compatibility problem that is the cause of the scanning problems I will never know because there is no way I'm wasting my time with another unit.

2-0 out of 5 stars LiDE 50 on Linux a no go
If you plan to use the Canon CanoScan LiDE 50 on Linux, you're currently out of luck. Of the LiDE scanners, the Sane (Scanner Access Now Easy - http://www.sane-project.org/) project only supports the LiDE 20 and 30. That's why only 3 stars.

BTW, though this is labeled as a USB 2.0 product, it also works with USB 1.1.

3-0 out of 5 stars Lide 50 Review: Consider Carefully
Well after accidently dropping and smashing my previous Canoscan 1240U which I was completely happy with, EXCEPT for the speed. Superb image quality, but painfully slow, I looked at the canon site to checkout the new range.

I considered 3 canoscans, the Lide20/30 and 50.
I selected the 50 primarily because it was USB2 and more than twice the speed of
my old scanner (the 1240U's are renovned for slow scans).

Unfortunately this scanner just doesnt live up to any of the hype or my expectations. I did expect the image quality to be as good as the lide 20 or 30.

The images as other people have also said are grainy and drilling down on a 600 or 1200dpi scan easily shows this. I am very dissapointed with the image quality.
The dust button must be enabled otherwise dust imperfections are shocking.

The speed is certainly faster especially on preview. But on some scans depending on what you are scanning at etc its not alot faster than my old scanner. I get the
feeling that this scanner is geared around the 300dpi, as some scans other than
300dpi eg: 150 take an unexplainable long time.

The updates of the scan software are nice, but not alot better in my view.
I did end up having to uninstall all of my older Canoscan software to be sure
that there wasnt some wierd software issue causing the poor quality.

If I had to choose again, I think i would again suffer the slow speed of the Lide 30 (updated 1240U) and choose it even the lide 20 is better quality than the 50.

Having said all this even though the scanner is usb2 capable i have it plugged into a usb1 only port, but this shouldnt make any difference. ... Read more


17. Canon Faxphone L170 Laser Fax Machine and Printer
list price: $595.00
our price: $349.99
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Asin: B0001KUD5Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 24421
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Features

  • Laser fax with 450-page memory
  • 32 speed dials with 100 coded dialings
  • Convenient telephone handset
  • Prints up to 406 x 391 dpi
  • USB interface, cable included

18. Canon BJC-50 Color Bubble Jet Printer
list price: $338.94
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Asin: B00000JH71
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 16003
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Need a printer while you're on the road? Take the Canon BJC-50 with you. This battery-powered, compact, color bubble-jet printer makes a great traveling companion for your notebook computer.

Setting up the BJC-50 was easy. We just followed the Quick Start Guide to install the lithium-ion battery and ink cartridge and to connect the AC adapter and printer cable. We then turned on our computer and followed the Windows setup wizard for setting up a new plug-and-play printer.

In our test of the BJC-50, we printed several color, black-and-white, draft-quality, and letter-quality samples. The samples included graphics, large and small letters, and a variety of color shades. Draft-quality printing was fast but attractive. Letter quality demonstrated modest improvements in character quality, and the printing was reasonably clear and sharp. Color shades were accurate, if not bold. There was some ink "bleeding" on ordinary uncoated paper, and even a discrete glance betrayed the BJC-50's bubble-jet origins--all as you would expect in a small bubble-jet printer.

At only 2.1 pounds the BJC-50 is exceptionally lightweight; its case is slim, attractive, and very compact--easy to tuck away in a backpack or briefcase. If you need color printing on the go, the Canon BJC-50 is a solid choice.

Pros:

  • Compact and lightweight
  • Portable, battery-powered

Cons:

  • Requires switching between color and black cartridges
  • Single-sheet feed (feeder optional)
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Features

  • Compact, portable design
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Parallel and infrared IrDA interfaces
  • Drop modulation technology enhances print quality
  • Ready for color image-scanner option

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Canon BJC-50
Excellent printer...everything that I thought it would be . Works wells all the time. Works wells with Windows XP and downloaded driver from Canon site.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware
I purchased the Canon BJC-50 in August of 1998. It has take at least three hours to three days of effort to get it to work for each time that I have occasionally used it. I have used it mainly for color printing, and also for scanning with the optional scanning cartridge. It is particularly troublesome when switching from scan to print functions. It is quite noisy. I can not depend on it to function when I need it. It usually works eventually, but only after many trial and error attempts. Email technical support usually does not provide a quick solution. There have been no quick solutions. There have only been time consuming, painstaking encounters with this machine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Infrared works well with Windows ME
Even though it said that the infrared wireless printing only works with Windows 95, I found that it worked just as well with Windows ME installed in my laptop.

Two great benefits of the BJ-50: 1. Infrared wireless printing (if your laptop supports it) 2. There is battery in the printer, so you don't have to connect it to an electrical outlet to print! Both features are VERY convenient.

Print quality is decent, but I can't comment on ink life since I have just begun to use the printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars I like this product.
"Excellent" That's all I can say...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great! Canon BJC-50 Color Bubble Jet Printer!
I have owned several brands and models of portable printers... nothing like this one! Its portability, reliability, and quality are just the best. Ink tanks last fairly long also. ... Read more


19. Canon i350 Color Bubble Jet Printer
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0000A9912
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems
Sales Rank: 6182
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon i350 Color Bubble Jet Printer delivers crisp text, simple setup, and high-quality photos from the Web—all at an exceptional value. Web photos often suffer from poor quality, so Canon specially developed Easy Webprint software to improve them (Windows only). Functioning as a toolbar in Microsoft IE, it automatically scales and smoothes pages to fit your paper properly, and allows you to format multiple pages as a single, multi-column page.

Whether you're printing from the web or your own system, your documents, letters and reports will have clean, truly black text thanks to rich pigment-based inks; with manufacturer-rated speeds up to 16 pages per minute, the i350 handily keeps pace with the needs of your home office or family. A maximum resolution of 4,800 x 1,200 dpi and MicroFine Droplet Technology combine for virtually grain-free images ready for framing or sending to friends. Color images print at up to 11 pages per minute at lower resolutions; it's just 85 seconds for a crisp, borderless 4-by-6-inch photo.

The i350 printer's compact design fits nicely into limited workspaces; with a weight of just 5.3 pounds, you'll hardly know it's there. A full software package is included to make photo printing easy manageable, and the two ink cartridges are included in the box. USB connectivity means just one cord is necessary, but you'll need to supply it yourself. Canon provides a one-year warranty with Instant Exchange service.

What's in the Box
Printer; AC power supply and cord; BCI-24 black ink tank; BCI-24 color ink tank;Setup Software and User's Guide CD-ROM including printer drivers, User's Guide and e-registration, Easy-PhotoPrint (Windows/Mac), Easy-WebPrint (Windows, requires Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5, version 6.0 recommended); printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • 4,800 x 1,200 dpi maximum color resolution
  • Up to 16 ppm black, 11 ppm color print speed
  • Supports edge-to-edge true borderless photos up to 8.5 by 11.7 inches
  • Easy Webprint software scales and smoothes pages to fit your paper
  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty with Instant Exchange

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value Printer
This is my second canon, my first was an i320. I only changed because I gave the i320 to my parents and I bought the i350 because it prints faster.
The set up was a breeze. I print a lot of articles from online webpages and the quality is great. I do not use it for pictures though so I cannot talk about that aspect.
What is great is that the ink lasts a while and you can get cheap refills when you need it, I usually get a generic at a local office supplies store or online whichever has the best deal going.
And finally buying it at an auction makes it an even sweeter deal since you only pay a fraction of the retail price and most come new. You do need to buy a seperate USB printer cable. You can also get it at an online auction for cheap.
Yes it is a bit noisy, it has a "pre and post printing noise", but that does not bother me since it does a good Job and saves me money.

5-0 out of 5 stars canon can!!
My first printer was an epsom, which when i bought it in 1998 i was very impressed. when it went to the great printshop in the sky i was looking for something cheap and cheerful to replace it as my expereince showed that all printers were expensive... not the case.
after reading a few favourable reviews i opted for the canon 350 which cost me £69 (+ £8 for a usb lead) it took me a matter of minutes to install and the results were not just great but wow. to buy a colour and black ink will cost me about £18 as opposed to the £40 or so for the epsom. only down side is that it's a little noisey compared to the epsom.

to summarise
* very cheap printer
*Excellent qaulity for any price but for £69 its as steal!
* looks good
* cheap ink
*cheap printer
* well known name
* a little noisey ( prepared to put up with it!)
*did i mention that it is cheap!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great printer, great buy
I bought this printer based on the PC World review, the reviews here, the price, and the small footprint. The last two were important to me. I can't speak to durability after using it for a week, but it was 40 bucks - if a print head really dies, I can replace it and still will have paid less than the price of the HP I would've purchased otherwise.

Compared with my old HP inkjet, this printer is just as easy to set up, the quality of the output is just as good, the noise when preparing to print is no greater, and the speed is a huge improvement. The same might be true of a new HP of course, but I'm amazed at how quickly text prints in draft mode. It fits nicely in the small space I have available, where the output tray can be hidden away when I'm not printing, allowing me to fully open a door next to my desk. If I wanted, I could fit this nicely on the computer tower also, not the case for the HP I would have chosen otherwise.

My only difficulty was a moment of confusion installing the printer. After installing the print driver (no problem), the installer for optional printer software said to uninstall any previous versions. I had software installed to import images from my Canon digital camera, and it wasn't clear whether that needed to be removed and replaced based on the onscreen messages. Since I simply wanted to use this printer to print text, didn't need the optional software, and didn't really feel like spending time with tech support, I simply skipped the optional software. If you have other Canon hardware and don't want to skip this step, you may have to do a little research first.

2-0 out of 5 stars Replaceable printer head adds to total cost of ownership
I bought this printer for three reasons:
--PC World recommended it as a Best Buy.
--PC World said it had a low cost of ownership.
--it was inexpensive ($50).

Considering the cheap price, I knew it would be a "throwaway"--that is, I expected to have it four a couple of years and then replace it for a new one. However, I discovered after buying it that it has a replaceable part called a printer head. From what I can tell, the printer head dies in about a year, and Canon only makes this part available through direct purchase. I think you have to call customer support first, probably because Canon doesn't want to advertise that the printer head costs more than the printer's original purchase price. (This information is probably true at the time I'm writing this review. However, information was difficult to find, and all my information is second hand from other web reviews. I never actually took the time to call Canon customer support myself.)

PC World never mentioned anything about the printer head, so the magazine probably never factored its cost into the estimated cost of ownership. (Based on ink alone, cost of ownership is reasonable. It cost less than average to print a page.)

The printer's one annoying characteristic is that it's noisy--much noisier than my previous printer.

Please note that the printer's USB cable is not included. (This fact IS mentioned somewhere in the product description.) I didn't buy one from Amazon because I thought I could get it cheaper locally. I was wrong. Amazon sold it for 40% cheaper than I found anywhere in town.

If this printer lasts two years, I'll consider it a bargain (worth more than the two stars I'm giving it now). If the printer head dies after a year (as others say it will), then it really will be worth just two stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Printer Fair Price
I bought a Conon I350 to replace another brand that had a 90 day warranty and stopped printing after 8 months. The I 350 is quicker, easy to operate and the ink cost is a lot less than the one that died. I was pleased to recieve E-Mail from Canon thanking me fior my purchase and providing cost free soft ware for my Canon printer and sending more no cost software later. If I ever need a new printer it will be CANON. Ben-- AZ ... Read more


20. EXCHANGE ROLLER KIT

our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00006LHLJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 23260
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