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Canon Pixma iP100 Portable Inkjet Printer

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  • Portable document and photo printer
  • 9600 x 2400 dpi FINE print head
  • Five ink system
  • 50 sec photo prints
  • ChromaLife100 delivers a great colour range, making possible prints that resist fading for up to 100 years

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Technical Details
BrandCanon
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions18.5 x 32.2 x 6.2 cm
Item model number821606
Wattage9 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018NKZDK
Best Sellers Rank 34,634 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.7 Kg
Date First Available8 May 2008
  
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Product Description

Print documents and photo lab quality pictures wherever you are with the PIXMA iP100. With enhanced connectivity it offers the ultimate in convenience and speed from a portable unit.

Manufacturer's Description

Print documents and photo lab quality pictures wherever you are with the PIXMA iP100. With enhanced connectivity it offers the ultimate in convenience and speed from a portable unit.


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I had to buy a new printer as my old Canon i865 was not Vista compatible. My shortlist was the Canon Pixma iP4500 and this Canon Pixma iP100. Both featured excellent photo quality printing, and were comparable in print speeds. The only major differences were size (the iP100 being considerably smaller), and purchase/running cost (the iP100 being considerably more expensive on both).

I bought the iP100 because of its tiny desktop footprint, and have not been disappointed. The photo printing quality is just superb. Canon claims it is "photo lab" quality given its 1 picolitre droplet size, and I can only endorse this claim. It's no slow-coach either on photo printing. Trustedreviews.com recently reviewed the iP100 (and the iP4500) and found the print speeds pretty much identical on 4x6, 5x7, and A4 print sizes. So, "bigger" doesn't necessarily equate to "faster".

The only other thing to note is that the iP100 is actually what Canon describe as a portable printer. It weighs around 2kg and is easily carried around with just one-hand.

My one gripe ?? Canon still DON'T enclose a USB A-B cable in the box, so if you haven't got one already, you can't print from your PC/laptop straight away. When I spend 165 quid on a printer, I expect them to include a 2 quid cable as well, especially when this is essential to use the product - sort it out, Canon !
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This is a really excellent printer, forget it doesn't come with a usb cable, buy a cheap usb dongle for less than a tenner from Amazon and bingo, wireles printing (if your laptop has bluetooth).The bluetooth dongle canon sell is over £50 I'm sure it works fine, but why spend more money than you need. I tried micro bluetooth dongles and while they can be left in full time, they are a tad slow, just get a normal size one and you're away. I got my printer with the optional battery so it is truly wireless, the battery lasts a long time too. Ok the cartridges aren't that easy to find on the high street, but when you can get genuine replacements from amazon for less than a fiver why worry, buy three at a time and it's still cheaper than one from Smiths. I can even print photos wirelessly from my phone and because it's super small it fits in my laptop bag easily.
If you need portable printing then this is the one for you, if you don't need portable printing get something cheaper.
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I bought this printer about 6 months ago and have no gripes about quality or speed, this printer is excellent. My one problem with this printer, and it is a huge problem for me as I need to be able to use my printer at all times, is that you simply cannot find the cartridges for this printer in any high street stores in the UK. They do not stock them. You have to either order the cartridges (this is sometimes impossible as Canon often run out and cannot supply retailers) from the store, or order them online and pay for delivery. It's very annoying and Canon claim they have no control over which inks retailers stock. So, be warned; fantastic printer, but you may be unable to find the cartridges for it.
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Never saw it mentioned in any of the literature for this printer but in due course it will stop working with an error message of alternating amber and green lights indicating that the "Waste Ink Tank" is full. This requires return to a canon service centre at a cost of around £75 to fix. I've NEVER had to have this done on any other printer.......
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I've been struggling to find a printer that could reliably handle a variety of media, eg thick card, and do good quality images. Most printers are way too complicated and increasingly they just fail completely when asked to print on anything slightly unusual (like double-sided leaflet paper or postcard/business card blanks). So I sent back my latest sub £100 all-singing printer in disgust and bought this rather expensive portable printer, partly because I previously had an ancient ip80 which I bought second hand and lasted very well untill I left it too long without use and the print head clogged.

It's very simple, you put paper in the top and print comes out the front, so it's a direct paper path with no fancy options but I've used it for printing on thick card and (manual) double sided print with no problems. The print quality is superb, even on the standard setting it's better than the slow high quality setting on the Brother printer I've been trying, it's quite fast enough and the only glitch has been that it won't feed a thick card if it's the last sheet in the tray, so as long as there's a few sheets behind to lift it slightly it seems fine.

So a simple printer, so small it takes up no space in my small home office, works beautifully and we'll be taking it touring in our little caravan to print photos and keep up with other stuff while on a long trip. Some have complained about the cost of battery etc but unless you want to print off invoices in the middle of a field it's not an issue. If you shop around you can buy a 12V multi-adaptor that will power this or a laptop in your car and isn't expensive.

Great that Canon are continuing the tradition of portable printers going back to the BJ10. There was a time when all bubble jet printers were as simple and compact as this. Something has gone badly wrong.
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