Summary: Just like its little brother, the iP3600, there's nothing wrong with the Canon Pixma iP4600 Photo Printer. You can count on it to absolutely give you great-looking prints. But...for its size, perhaps an all-in-one would be just as good? Or, perhaps if you just need a photo printer, you can opt for something a bit more affordable.
Pros: Inexpensive, Great for photos, Built-in duplex printing
Cons: Big for a photo printer, Not very competitive with all-in-ones
Excerpt: When it comes to printers, the Canon Pixma iP4600 is about as basic as it gets these days. Baby brother to the powerful iP4500, the most affordable iP bucks the all-in-one trend in favor of an emphasis on one thing: printing.
Excerpt: A built-in duplex unit means the Canon Pixma iP4600 is handy if you do a lot of double-sided printing. It also proved to be slightly faster than the cheaper Canon Pixma iP3600 when it comes to outputting some of our test prints.