Summary: Purchased this used Canon PIXMA iP1600 Photo Printer which advertized as "like new, works smoothly,...". In actuality, it was a beat-up and non-functioning piece of junk. Contacted the seller immediately by email.
Summary: I have owned this printer for about 18 months; in that time I have spent more on ink than I would have spent buying a more efficient printer. It has very poor color quality, runs through ink quickly and ink cartridges are expensive. It does print text quickly and quietly and is easy to install.
Summary: It is an okay printer (I haven't done photos yet) and pretty fast but I have to change the cartridges every 3-4 weeks. This is just home use I'm talking about, not business use. The cartridges are small, run out real fast and cost up to $60 a month for one black and one color.
Summary: Although this budget printer prints well enough, I can not recommend it, primarily because it lacks cross-platform compatiblity. We have a Linux/Mac home network (No Windows!) and this printer does not play nice with either OS.
Summary: I received this printer yesterday. After installing the drivers I started getting boot errors under windows XP home SP2. I went to Canon's website and got the latest drivers, same problem. I also installed the included applications. When I tried to run them, the application would crash immediately.
Summary: I bought this for less than $10 brand new and the print quality is superb. However, even after I adjusted the print settings to save ink I got a low ink warning after printing less than 100 pages. Ink cartridges are $20 for black and $25 for color. Time to get a different printer.
Summary: Das Gerät lässt sich leicht bedienen. Preis Und Leistung sind in Ordnung. Es ist ein alltagsdrucker der nicht übel nimmt. Nur mit diesem Drucker hat der Verkäufer mich übervorteilt. Der Drucker zieht nur eine Seite und bedruckt sie. Bei mehreren Seiten verrutscht das Papier.
Summary: Habe gekauft weil es ein billiges Angebot war.Wurde aber hintergangen.Laut Beschreibung war der Drucker orginal verpackt.Wenn er wirklich orginal verpackt gewesen wäre, dann wären auch Tintenpatronen dabei (Canon liefert seine Drucker nur mit Tintenpatronen aus)