Summary: It is amazing how computer printers have become something we take for granted. Of course they are supposed to work. My new Canon PIXMA does just what it is supposed to do. The inks like all other ink jet printers costs more than I would like and they run out faster than I want.
Summary: I recently purchased the Pixma iP4000 this May, after my S750 died out on me. There were some things that I liked and disliked about this printer. When I bought this model, I overlooked the product description and failed to realize that the North American models of this printer did not have the...
Great Photo Printer, once the print driver is tweaked.
Ankh Neter, Amazon
29 January 2005
Summary: This printer prints super fast and quiet also. The multi-color cartiridge with empty sensor allows you to only change the color that is empty. Text pages punch out quick and sharp. Out of the box, don't expect photos to print all that well without tweaking the print driver to optimize for photos.
Summary: I found nothing to dislike about this printer except for performance on plain paper, expecially in Standard Quality. I have tried different papers (Hammermill, HP, Office Depot, Kodak) on this printer and finally found somewhat a match for it for both text and graphics.
Summary: Within 25 minutes I was printing, 10 minutes to unpack and 15 for setup and installation. I have an iMac G5 and it took about 5 minutes for software installation, a reboot and about another 3-5 minutes for printer head allignment.
Summary: I don't have much to add beyond what others have said. This printer is pretty fast, does great on pictures. And generally just does a nice job. This is my first non-HP printer. My Photosmart 1000 died, but I don't miss it now. Individuals ink cartridges are nice.
Summary: I didn't realize how blurred my pages and pictures printed until I got this new printer, and then it all became clear! This printer has clean, accurate printing, it is fast for printing text, and my photos turn out beautifully!
Summary: Well, after owning an HP Deskjet 970 and a Canon i860 for the last 2 years, I thought I'd try the new Canon Pixma line. I bought both the Pixma i5000 and the Pixma i4000. Canon claims that the i5000 is the new flagship model, but I've found that I'm very satisfied with the i4000.
Summary: I read the review on steve's web cam and they were glowing reviews. The statistics on paper were too good to be true, but now that I have this baby on my desktop it is good, and it is true. The things I like most about this printer: 1.) Dual sided printing 2.) USB 2.0 support for speedy printing 3.