Excerpt: Regular Shopper readers might be forgiven for thinking we're running a spot-the-difference competition between this printer and the iP1800 reviewed in What's New, Shopper July 2007. Apart from two silver-grey inserts, Canon's PIXMA iP2500 looks identical to the iP1800. The two inkjets share a near-identical specification, too. Canon says the iP2500 can print 22 black pages per minute and 17 in colour, compared to 20 black and 16 colour for the iP1800.
Excerpt: The Pixma IP2500 is a strictly no-frills photo inkjet printer that dispenses with features such as separate ink tanks, additional feed trays and CD/DVD printing, but still manages to output impressive photos and text pages pretty quickly. The smokey black plastic and silver styling may not sit particularly well next to an iMac or Mac mini, but it looks stylish enough.