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: If you need to print more than just postcards, then a traditional A4 inkjet is the most versatile choice. Versatility is the key word for Canon's Pixma iP4600, which we first saw in What's New, Shopper 250. A paper cassette on its underside holds up to 150 sheets of A4 paper for day-to-day printing, while a fold-out tray at the rear can hold another 150 sheets of coated paper. Canon also includes an adaptor for printing on discs.