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Canon i960 Series
5.4 out of 10

Canon i960 Series

The Canon i960 Photo Printer offers digital photographers the su Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Canon i960 Series

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Overall 4
4.0

Not worth the money

Ken Porrey "Rural5", Amazon
28 January 2006
  • Summary: I purchased this printer two years ago and 1t produced excellent results for the first year. The color quality slowly began to diminsh after that time and eventually required that I perform the head cleaning process before each printing job.
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Overall 8
8.0

As good as it gets

Marty, Amazon
14 March 2005
  • Summary: IMO: I was really turned off of ink jet printers after having owned and then thrown away my Epson 780. The print quality on this machine was spectacular...for the 1% of the time the heads were not clogged. So I waited a few years, hoping that technology would improve.
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Overall 8
8.0

Incredible customer service! Nice printer, too.

Ferris Bueller, Amazon
30 December 2004
  • Summary: I purchased this printer about two months ago--love it. It prints gorgeous photos that are difficult to tell from lab prints. But for me, the big deal is Canon's service. I was printing a document last week when the printer made an incredibly bad-sounding noise and died instantly.
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Overall 10
10

Great Printer, Great service!

imaginemore4less "L. Yoshinaga", Amazon
29 December 2004
  • Summary: This is my second Canon printer. I purchased the i550 for my daughter who was attending college and experienced no problems and excellent printing quality. So I figured if this printer could handle the rigors of college life it should be more than enough for me.
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Overall 10
10

You can't go wrong

Donald E. Wisnewski, Amazon
1 December 2004
  • Summary: I have owned just about every brand of printer since 1985 starting with a Star nine pin tractor feed. In color inkjet printers, I have had HP (two), Lexmark (five), Epson (two), and Canon (three). The best photo printer prior to my buying the Canon i960 was an Epson 820.
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Overall 10
10

Everything I was looking for in a PHOTO PRINTER

Kamal HD "KamaloPSU", Amazon
10 November 2004
  • Summary: I had bought this printer back in January of '04. It has been nothing shy of excellent ever since. I did a lot of research before purchasing a home Photo Printer and have been nothing but ahppy with my choice.
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Overall 10
10

Using Kodak With Canon & Dropping HP

Sn2000py "sn2000py2", Amazon
6 November 2004
  • Summary: I bought the i960 right before the Canon Pixmas came out. If I had waited I may have bought the Pixma ip6000D...or I may not have. This printer has been tested and reviewed, and the consensus seems to be that it is one of the absolute best for printing 8x10s. And that is what I mostly print.
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Overall 8
8.0

Very satisfactory for photos, less so for text

J Scott Morrison, Amazon
23 October 2004
  • Summary: I'm a complete neophyte when it comes to printers. Well, that's not actually true. I've had a trusty HP LaserJet IIP since 1989 and have had absolutely no complaints about it. But it finally died, after fifteen years, and I figured it didn't owe me anything after that length of time.
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Overall 10
10

Interesting Tips - Things your mother should have told you.

S. Gerber "samthewebman", Amazon
23 September 2004
  • Summary: Quiet Mode - Doesn't just reduce noise. Will also slow the printer's operation a bit. Why would you want to do this, you may ask? I ran in draft mode and the printer was so fast it sucked the paper from the paper tray at an impressive speed ...
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Overall 10
10

i960 fully meets my expectations

M. Liu "proud i960 owner", Amazon
17 September 2004
  • Summary: Since my 4 year old HP 932c died, I was on the market for a new photo printer. I did a lot of reading and research, both online and going thru magazines. I considered Canon IP4000, IP5000, i560, i860, i960, Epson R200, R300, HP7960, HP 7660.
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