Summary: Bought it in 2005, if I recall correctly. It's now nearing the end of 2013. Connected to home network, so I can print from any machine in the house. The ink is replaceable, one color at a time, and without buying new print heads, so it's significantly cheaper to operate than most other inkjets.
Summary: I bought this Canon iP4000 printer because it has the following attributes: 1. It has five ink cartridges, BCI-6 BK, M, C, Y & BCI-3EBK which are easy to refill - they are transparent and have no chips. 2. The ink cartridges stand alone and share a common, replaceable print head. 3.
Summary: We had this printer for MAYBE two years when it just "stopped" working. It was a great printer while it lived. It did seem to got through a lot of ink, more than any other printer we've had. Anyway, as much as I loved the printer...
Summary: I have used printers from most of the major manufacturers. I got fed up with HP inkjets and switched to canon a couple years ago. My first Canon was an iP4000. The photo quality is amazing (the best I've seen in this price range by far), the prints are fast, it can feed from two different trays, and...
Summary: I finally upgraded from an ancient (but still working) CanonBJ, and I'm very happy with the results. Setup, including connecting through my wireless router, was a breeze; printing is speedy whether through my desktop or laptop; photo quality is great.
Summary: I have a home network with both Windows XP and Mac OSX computers - 1 Windows desktop, 1 Windows laptop, 1 iBook. I struggled for a year trying to get my iBook to print on the printer attached to the desktop.
Summary: This is one amazing printer. The print quality is outstanding. Photos look professional, they look exactly the same as photo-lab prints. Black text looks laser quality and the WiFi feature lets me print from anywhere in my house, from any one of my computers.
Summary: Does everything it advertises. Borderless printing and duplex printing are the s**t. The wireless printing is cool too but its up to you to decide if it's worth the extra $$$. As for me, I am totally satisfied.