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Canon PIXMA iP90


$220.00 Released January, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Light and easy to carry around. Small enough to fold up and put in a bag with other things. Prints reasonably fast for such a small printer.

The Cons:Need to be sure to align before you print to avoid blurry text.

The Canon PIXMA iP90 is a color inkjet printer, designed mainly for printing photos and for portable use. It is very small relative to the other PIXMA printers, at only 2.0" high, and folds up. It also has an ink conservation mode that maintains photo quality while using less ink, and can wirelessly print from infrared devices, and with an optional adapter can communicate with Bluetooth devices as well.

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It has a total of 1088 nozzles, and can print at a maximum color resolution of 4800 x 1200. Its size means that it prints somewhat slower than other PIXMA models, at 16 ppm black, or 12ppm color. It can print a single 4" x 6" photograph in 51 seconds. Overall, portability and space economy are the main characteristics of the iP90, and these give it a high price point.

Features

  • Released January 2005
  • Color Inkjet printer
  • Compact form factor, 2.0" high
  • Portable
  • 16 ppm (black), 12 ppm (color)
  • 51-second 4" x 6" photo prints
  • 1088 ink nozzles
  • PictBridge direct printing
  • Infrared printing, optional Bluetooth adapter
  • Print resolution: 600 x 600 dpi (black), Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi (color)
  • USB interface
  • 2-5 picoliter droplet size

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    light and easy to carry around

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    small enough to fold up and put in a bag with other things

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    prints reasonably fast for such a small printer

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    photos are reasonably good color quality

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    up to handles legal size paper and smaller 4x6 prints, nice flexibility

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    sets up and connects with the computer in moments, well under a minute from taking it out of your bag

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    need to be sure to align before you print to avoid blurry text

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