Summary: This little workhorse has been going strong for nearly 7 years. I usually print 8 1/2" x 11" photos. Its speedy and color rendition is good. Only thing I don't like....cost of ink cartridges (and experience tells me to use OEM not refills). Canon makes great printers and ink.
Summary: Bought this product from the amazon web site to replace my defective IP6210D photo printer. My total cost was $75.00. The printer was new and the packing contained two cartridges (a color and a photo) Great buy, to repair my old printer would have cost over $100.00.
Summary: Its a middle of the road printer.. and I've been using without complaint for ~2 years. Does seem to chew thru the ink, but I guess that's the business model now.. cheap printers, expensive ink. Recently tried to move it to a linux server in the house so we could share it amongst several computers. Alas there are no printer drivers that I can find.
Summary: I realize it's very inexpensive, but it shows. It is cheap and clunky. My other major complaint is that it appeared as though the printer uses individual ink cartridges as all the others I've owned. This one has the all in one color cartridge, which I hate. You always end up throwing ink away & I hate that.
Summary: I got this printer for my wife and she loves it. The thing I didn't like are these printer manufacturers holding us hostage with chips in the ink cartridges. I bought the printer and should be able to buy the type of ink I want. Why do I have to pay outrageous prices for factory ink? Epson can shove it too. I had an iP5000 that can use generic ink and is indeed a blessing and a budget saver. If you want to spend a fortune for ink, then buy this printer.
Summary: i love canon brand eversince.i have digital camera printer and this ip6210d.i was so excited but, i had problems on downloading the software because it wasn't compatible with my vista computer.but anyway,i'm using it for my canon to canon printing thats all that matters to me and the print out is excellent!the ink is just alil bit too much its around 50.00 bucks each.but,for me its worth it since the print quality is so good...
Summary: There are no Linux drivers for this printer. If you have this printer and run Linux, please contact tech support about the problem. They might get some sense, and produce drivers at some point. I've had the printer over a year, and no sign of drivers.
Works pretty good. I like it. Does what I need it to do
3 September 2007
Summary: I bought the printer to do some amatuer photo printing. Does pretty good. They want to write at least one hundred words and I don't have that much to write about. Like I said it does the job and a pretty good one at that.
Summary: The photos are nice (that is the only reason I give it two stars), but it uses ink like its going out of style and the cartrdiges are very expensive. If you replace both ink cartridges it is less expensive to buy a new printer. That's exactly what I did. This product is not recommended (if you can afford the ink you should be able to afford a printer with more features).