Summary: Canon's entry-level Pixma iP2702 is as no-frills as inkjet printers come. It's no speed demon, but it's capable of producing some decent results. While it's not very expensive, however, the cost of replacing the cartridges could soon mount up
Cons: Lack of features, draft-mode print quality is poor; high running costs.
Conclusion: These days, it is so easy to get an all-in-one inkjet photo printer at a reasonable cost that single function inkjets are few and far between. There are several options under $100 that can give the consumer more than the Pixma iP2702 can and a plethora of options under $200 that can give consumers superb photo quality.
Pros: Low initial cost, Easy setup, use, Good software
Cons: Expensive ink over long run, Occasional lengthy processing
Excerpt: (1 items) Canon's Pixma iP2702 inkjet printer costs just $50 and it delivers what you can reasonably expect for that price: adequacy. In our tests, its photo speed and image quality stood out. It's an otherwise humdrum package, however, with unusually pricey ink. The iP2702 is spare but well designed. It has no control panel, only power and cancel/resume buttons.
Pros: Affordable, Small footprint
Cons: Lackluster speed and plain-paper print quality, High ink costs