Excerpt: Canon's Pixma range is shaping up well, with this latest entrant adding wireless networking. Inside the retro casing you'll find two paper trays, a port for connecting PictBridge-compatible cameras, and a slot for CDs, onto which you can print face designs. The most impressive addition, though, is around the back, where a duplexer will flip printed pages so you can print on both sides.
Excerpt: Decidedly retro on the outside, this printer is anything but that under the hood. The Canon Pixma iP4000R has double paper trays, five individual cartridges, Ethernet and USB connections, and built-in 802.11g Wi-Fi features for printing on a home network. Around the back, there's a cleverly hidden duplexer that's so compact it doesn't protrude, while to the front, a fold-down flap will suck in CDs on a bundled tray and print directly onto their faces.