Summary: The iP6700D is a good six-ink photo printer with a nice LCD and PC-less printing options. However, iP6600D owners don't need up upgrade unless the improved paper support or Canon-to-Canon feature is on their wish list.
Pros: PC-less printing very good.
Cons: Skin tones a bit bronzed, not so good for printing text.
Excerpt: The is a 6 colour photo printer that appears to be aimed at the digital camera user who would rather not be fussed with a computer and image editing software. The printer has the standard USB interconnect with a computer but it also has slots for CF and SD memory cards, a port for Pictbridge connection and an infrared receiver to print from mobile phones plus an optional BlueTooth receiver.
Pros: The quality of reproduction from the Canon Pixma iP6700D is stunning. We tried just about every printing medium including photo stickers, double-sided album paper, T shirt transfers, CD labels and good old plain paper and the results were consistently good. Using Canon’s Photo Paper Pro the pictures are eye-popping.
Cons: We enjoy showing off the infra red connection to sceptical pals — take a photo with the mobile phone, point it at the printer, press the send button and… Wait! 3 minutes and 40 seconds to turn out a single 10 by 15cm print. Boy, that is slow.
Excerpt: This printer's stunning 3.5in colour pop-up display makes light work of menu navigation, image previews and basic photo touch-ups without the need for a PC. Its infrared interface can receive images from some phones, and you have the option of wireless Bluetooth printing. A port lets you use a USB cable to print from a PictBridge-compatible digital camera (but not from a portable USB drive).
Conclusion: The iP6700D doesn't excel on plain paper, but it is capable of producing decent everyday results with reasonable running costs. It's a great printer that makes it easy to print without your PC, but it costs twice as much as Epson's R265. It's worth the extra only if you need to do everyday prints as well as photos.
Summary: After looking at a range of 15x10cm printers it’s nice to be back to an A4 offering that is quick, produces excellent output and can also print direct onto CD’s, alas it refuses to make the tea.
Summary: Photographers will love the Canon Pixma iP6700D's speedy, high-quality photos, but sluggish, mediocre text output will be a turn-off for the SOHO/business crowd.
Pros: Built-in duplexing, 3.5-inch LCD, Full controls on printer, Built-in memory card reader, Impressive photo quality, IrDA, Bluetooth (with adapter), and Pictbridge direct printing, Mac and Windows compatible
Summary: Overgangen fra analog film til digitale bilder betyr ikke at vi ikke vil ha papirbilder. Vi lagrer fortsatt våre minner i mapper og album, og digitalrevolusjonen har ført til at en helt ny skrivertype har sett dagens lys, nemlig fotoskriveren. Canon iP6700D er det nyeste skuddet på stammen i den framgangsrike Pixma-serien. iP6700D ligner mer på noe man forventer å finne hos en fotohandler enn en skriver man har råd til å ha på skrivebordet.
Pros: Skyhøy oppløsning, Lett å skrive ut fra flash-kort, To papirskuffer, Rask