The Simple Portable Solution: Canon iP1800 PIXMA Printer
Personal Electronics buzz
11 August 2009
Excerpt: I received the Canon PIXMA Photo Printer for free when I purchased a PC. My first impressions were fine, but how long will it work. Funny thing, it has been six months and this little printer works like a charm. Who says, free isn't a good thing. The photo color prints are in my opinion photo store quality. The documents I have printed are crisp and while it is not laser printing. It would take an expert to detect the difference.
Summary: With its decent print speeds, serviceable print quality, and great software package, the Canon Pixma iP1800 is a good choice for home users who want an inexpensive inkjet printer for basic printing needs.
Pros: Decent print quality and speed for the price; inexpensive inkjet printer; great software bundle; supports Vista.
Summary: The Canon Pixma iP1800 is Canon's entry-level inkjet photo printer, which is clear if you take a gander at its price tag. Read PC Advisor's review of the the Canon Pixma iP1800 to find out why it's a bargain.
Excerpt: Canon's PIXMA iP1800 is one of the most affordable inkjet printers you can buy. As you might expect, it's basic, but it gets all the essentials right. Although it's one of the cheapest models in the PIXMA range, it can print regular plain-paper jobs or borderless photos on up to A4 paper. The iP1800 doesn't look like a budget printer. It's made from jet-black plastics with matt and gloss finishes, with just a PIXMA badge for detailing.