Summary: This is basically a very nice printer. It has worked easily with several Windows and Mac computers that have passed through my hands. Print quality is good for both text and photos in spite of it not being a "photo" printer. It's also fairly economical with ink. Paper handling is very good.
Summary: If 8.5x11 (borderless) size prints are big enough for your purposes, this printer is number 1 in the sub$200 category! Pro's -Outstanding performance/price point. With rebates, I paid well under $100 over a year ago. It still can be found at C*stc* or elsewhere for that price. -Superb print quality.
Summary: I have really enjoyed this printer from the moment I got it. It's black print quality is amazingly crisp and clear, the color printing looks much better than it should be for this price range, and it even sounds cool when it prints.
Summary: I got this printer for my birthday mainly for printing pictures. It produces the best pictures I've ever seen. Even the 8x10 size looks great. The borderless pictures you can print are truly borderless. No white whatsoever. You can also print with borders if you prefer too.
Summary: Between work and home I have owned several printers over the last 10 years, and for the money this one is the best yet.I am impressed with the color matching, the speed and the low noise level. I also like the borderless printing option.
Summary: I got this printer about a year ago, and still loooove it. I was moved to write because I just got a notice telling me I ran out of magenta ink. I love that 1) it has separate tanks, so you don't have to replace a whole cartridge because one ran out, and 2) it warns you when it's getting low so you...
Summary: I've tried Lexmark, HP and others over the years but last couple I have bought have been Canon. This is probably the best printer yet. It's a great quality print every time. I highly recommend this printer over others.
Summary: We replaced a large beast of a laserjet printer with the i560 in our study. What a difference in space efficiency and in quality. This printer is perfect for printing out pictures taken with the Canon line of digital cameras. Just plug the camera into the printer and moments later you are printing.
Summary: There is a newer i800 series printer being touted by Canon now, but if you look at the product features, the print quality is no better than this cheaper model. When I asked a guy in one of the big electronic stores what the difference was, the only thing he could come up with was that it had a...
Summary: My last printer from a few years back was an Epson. At first the printer was good then there was the dreaded clogged print head which frequent Epson printers. After that I swore that my next printer would have the option of replacing the print head.