Excerpt: The Pixma iP2600 offers four-ink A4 printing at 4800x1200 dpi and can print a 10x15cm photo print in 55 seconds. It also has a high-speed document printing setting: 22 pages per minute (mono) and 17 pages per minute (colour).
Summary: For only marginally more you can get a very decent
that offers slightly better performance and adds scanning and copying features to the mix. However, that price is really rather stunning. Given the obvious limitations set by its price, the Canon Pixma iP2600 is an excellent effort from Canon.
Excerpt: This is an entry-level inkjet printer, but it certainly doesn't feel like one. Decked out in high-gloss black plastic, the paper feed tray folds up from its closed position on top of the printer's cover and the output tray folds down from the front, with a paper support swinging out from the tray's edge. It has a straight-through paper path and, if you forget to open the front cover before printing, a reminder pops up and it only continues when you've flipped it down.
Summary: The Canon Pixma iP2600 is an excellent option for those on a budget looking to print their personal photos and text documents. We wish it had external ports for direct image uploading (although we're not surprised it doesn't), but you'll be more than satisfied with this printer's ability to deliver quality photos at a low price
Pros: Sleek design folds up for unobtrusive storage, Portrait prints display evenly balanced colours, Lines of text look sharp, Low price for print quality
Cons: Lacks PictBridge port and memory card slot, Brighter colours had a slightly grey cast, USB cable not included, Exterior is a magnet for fingerprints
Summary: Der Canon Pixma iP2600 ist für den Tintenstrahldruck zu Hause gedacht. Im Gegensatz zur bisherigen 2000er-Serie des Herstellers bringt dieser Tintenstrahldrucker eine Papierablage mit: Die Blätter fallen nicht mehr einfach auf die Tischplatte, sondern sammeln sich in der Ablage.