If you're reading this, just buy the printer already.
1 March 2012
Summary: Best option if you have ~$100 to spend on a printer, and care more about print capability/quality than modern features such as wifi,etc. Did a ton of research and couldn't be happier. Have used many brands in the past and will most likely be a loyal Canon customer from here on.
Summary: I have had this printer for years and printed probably a thousand or more photos on it with outstanding results. I purchased a used one with little use just in case the head wears down on the one I have. The most important thing is that you use Canon Ink Cartridges. The knockoffs will not give you good print results and may mess up the head.
Summary: Transaction was Spot On... Canon, The best in my opinon. I've gotten many years of use with this i9000D. I use it mostly for photos. Gives me great prints using Canon ink. (I've used others with not-so great results) I think I should replace it, but I can't... it's working so good. (is this and example of "Famous Last Words"?
Summary: After many years of using the Canon I900D just for printing, finally it starting to develop problems so instead of repairing it, I bought another one on Ebay. It is easy to use and you get good pictures based on its 6 ink tanks.
Summary: Previously had one of these for several years but lack of use caused one of my inkjets to clog up. Bought a used one on ebay for 1/4th of its original cost. So far, it is every bit as good as the one I paid $200 for several years ago. It supports most storage devices for direct printing and does excellent photo resolution.
Summary: Very dependable easy to use printer. A real workhorse for the home. Ink cartridges are easy to install. Gravity paper feed works so well compared to printers that pull the paper up. This model has been around for a while. Cannon is still selling them. Great quality pictures. As the option of downloading pictures directly to the printer with an on board card reader. Small footprint.
Summary: This printer is a wonderful photo printer that reproduces your digital card images to a professional quality print with lots of tonal range quality as compared to other printers.I had one like it but the ink drain holder was full and had to be sent to a repair facility to empty at a cost of some $85.00.(Canon does not tell you this in their literature until after you buy it or have trouble.)This was a " steal price " and works perfectly.Thanks E-bay!
Summary: When it worked it was a great printer. It died on me 20 days out of the one year warranty. Won't print a thing now. If you buy this printer, better get an extended warranty. Canon has left a bad taste in my mouth.
Summary: The Canon i900D is a great printer, but if you're buying NEW/in the box, look at the Canon iP6000D instead. It has much nicer features, it's faster, and only costs about 10-20 dollars more than the i900D. I have an i900D and just bought the iP6000D as a present to my dad for Christmas. And after checking it out, I'd much rather have the iP6000D considering the difference in price.