this week's pc magazine came out with article on best photo printers.
canon took took top 2 slots (i990, pixma ip8500).
i've been waiting for an excuse to rave about my older pixma ip4000, and i guess this is my chance.
although some people love the strange appearance of these printers, i don't,
but i do LOVE the way they work, and perhaps as important, the software that comes with them.
i used to have hp color inkjet before this and i never liked it (897). the canon is a joy to use.
the really surprising thing to me what the easy-photoprint software that came free with the printer.
imagine my suprise when it turned out this free printing software was easier to use and the best software i could find for printing photos, even amongst all the commercial programs i looked at. other programs may have more options, but i LOVE this printing software.
anyone who has requested a donationcoder.com postcard (see international visitors welcome message) - it's been printed using a canon ip4000, on these great little 4x6 and 5x7 inch postcard sized glossy photo paper sheets.
anyway, i love my canon printer, fast, great quality, great software.