Conclusion: Whilst not overtly flashy, the Canon Pixma MX7600 is a well-performing printer that stands up well across the board. Its multi-function capability doesn’t lend itself to specialized performance, but it certainly has a lot to give in terms of usability and flexibility. At around £250, the MX7600 isn’t cheap, but should provide some value over time.
Excerpt: Lately, we've been increasingly impressed by the capabilities of relatively small, relatively low-priced inkjet printer/scanner/copiers. Compared to such all-in-one compacts, Canon 's Pixma MX7600 is a bruiser: It weighs a hefty 37 pounds, measures a bulky 20 by 21 by 13 inches, and will set you back $400. So how does the MX7600 justify its price as a premium small-office paper-pusher?
With a retail price of $399.99 Canon's newest all-in-one printer might hit you with sticker shock
Consumer Electronics Net
28 July 2008
Excerpt: First off - the big change with Canon's Pixma MX7600 is the introduction of a new formulation of ink called Pigment Reaction 'PgR'. There are five ink cartridges in all; Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black with a second, higher-intensity photo black pigment ink cartridge and a very large clear coat ink tank.
Summary: The Canon Pixma MX7600 multifunction is a huge improvement over the previous model. With additional features such as an autoduplexer, increased faxing options, and an upgraded control cockpit, we have no problem recommending the MX7600.
Pros: New clear ink cartridge improves print quality; auto-duplexer; dedicated one-touch fax keypad; intuitive photo-printing controls; increased faxing options; very fast photo and graphic prints.
Cons: Unwieldy size; text speed hasn't improved; higher price tag might deter prospective buyers.