Canon PIXMA iP6210D
Released August, 2005
The Pros:Prints pictures directly from an SD card, don't even need a PC. Photo prints look high quality, bright and vibrant colors. Detail in the prints is very good, prints come out sharp and generally you can't see the individual droplets at all.
The Cons:Goes through ink fairly quickly. Older printer, getting difficult to find ink cartridges for it. Need to be careful of the paper being used, ink will readily smear on many types of paper.
The Canon PIXMA iP6210D is a basic color inkjet printer intended mainly for photo printing use. It does not have an LCD display like the earlier iP6000D, but it does have different modes that can reduce red-eye and highlight facial regions.
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It has more nozzles, a total of 2304, and still uses 6 different color cartridges. The cartridge design is supposed to be economical, since the cartridges are single-color and can be replaced individually. The iP6210D can print a 4" x 6" photo in about 60 seconds. Photos printed with this printer are supposed to be very long-lasting when using Canon ink and photo paper. Other features include 4800 x 1200 dpi print resolution, optional Bluetooth wireless adapter, and wireless infrared printing from PDAs or cell phones.
- Released August 2005
- 60-second 4" x 6" print time, 2.3-minute 8" x 10" print time
- 2304 ink nozzles
- 6 different colors of ink
- Numerous cartridges helps conserve ink usage
- PictBridge direct printing
- Photo enhancing modes
- Fade-resistant, long-lasting photos (when using Canon ink/paper)
- Infrared wireless printing, optional Bluetooth adapter
- Print resolution: 4800 x 1200 dpi (black), Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (color)
- USB 2.0 interface
- Direct Print port
- 2-5 picoliter droplet size
- Paper sizes: Letter, Legal, Credit card, 4" x 6", 5" x 7", US #10 Envelope
User Reviews (1)
prints pictures directly from an SD card, don't even need a PC
photo prints look high quality, bright and vibrant colors
detail in the prints is very good, prints come out sharp and generally you can't see the individual droplets at all
goes through ink fairly quickly
older printer, getting difficult to find ink cartridges for it
need to be careful of the paper being used, ink will readily smear on many types of paper
a bit bulkier than most printers of this type built in the last couple of years
can only feed one sheet in at a time, no paper tray
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