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Canon PIXMA iP90

The PIXMA iP90 Photo Inkjet Printer offers wireless printing opt Read more

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Overall 8

Canon Pixma iP90 Photo Printer

PC Magazine
13 May 2008
  • Conclusion: The Canon Pixma iP90 portable printer can go toe-to-toe with desktop ink jets for speed and quality. And in addition to connecting by USB cable, it can connect to your computer, PDA, or cell phone, with its built-in IrDA (infrared) or optional Bluetooth adapter. If you print on the road and can stand to carry some extra bulk, it's a very good companion.
  • Pros: Portable. Compares well with most desktop ink jets in both performance and quality. Includes infrared interface for wireless printing, with optional Bluetooth. Optional rechargeable battery.
  • Cons: Heavier than some notebooks, at 4.4 pounds with the AC adapter (and without the battery).
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Overall 8

Canon Pixma iP90 Inkjet Printer

Trusted Reviews
5 February 2011
  • Summary: Canon claims that its compact Pixma iP90 is small enough to take with you on the road but doesn't sacrifice print speeds or quality. Simon Williams finds out if its true.
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Expert Review

12 June 2007
  • Conclusion: The Canon Pixma iP90 portable printer provides features that define usability and performance without any complaints. With number of connectivity options, quality printing, great resolution and an affordable price range, it will not disappoint you needs. It provides great level of speed and quality and is highly recommended portable printer.
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Overall 7

Canon Pixma iP90 review Review

21 July 2006
  • Summary: Ever printed on an aeroplane? What about from a mobile phone? The go-anywhere Canon iP90 offers worlds of possibilities -- for a price
  • Pros: Good print quality for graphics and photos, Portable, Built-in infrared and PictBridge ports, Battery and Bluetooth add-ons
  • Cons: Low-volume ink cartridges, So-so text quality, Pricey extras
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