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Canon PIXMA MP600


$180.00 Released July, 2004

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Text quality looks crisp even on the lowest quality (ink-saver) setting. Much better contrast than lower Pixma models. Every tray, slot, and screen fold away when not in use, conveniently reduces footprint.

The Cons:Software is susceptible to reporting phantom paper jams. Sheet tray is flimsy when extended. Scanned photos occasionally blur at edges.

The PIXMA MP600 is a general purpose all-in-one printer, scanner, copier from Canon. Primarily designed for a small amount of home/home office use due to its slow speed and small ink cartridges, the MP600 features an improved printing system from earlier models, dropping the MP520's 4 cartridge system for a faster, more complex 5-cartridge design.

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With the same improved scanner the MP600 continues to have memory card support with a larger 2.5" LCD display for previewing and selecting photographs to print without the need for a PC. Like the majority of Canon models, the MP600 allows users to print directly from their digital cameras, regardless of brand, without the need for a PC. It also allows for oversized scanning.

Features

  • Connectivity: 1 USB 2.0, Memory card reader, IrDA3 v.1.2
  • Supported paper: Credit Card (2.13" x 3.39"), 4"x 6," 4"x 8," 5"x 7," 8"x 10", Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 envelopes
  • Print/copy speed: 30 ppm black / 24 ppm colour
  • Scanner resolution: 2400 x 4800 dpi
  • Included cartridges: PGI-5 Black, CLI-8 (Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)
  • Compatible cartidges: PGI-5BK Pigment Black, CLI-8Bk Black , CLI-8C Cyan, CLI-8M Magenta, CLI-8Y Yellow
  • Compatible memory cards: CompactFlash Card, microSD Card, SD Memory Card, SDHC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard, Microdrive, miniSD Card Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, RS-MMC and xD-Picture Card
  • Energy Star qualified: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 year limited

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Pros
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    Text quality looks crisp even on the lowest quality (ink-saver) setting

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    Much better contrast than lower Pixma models

  • 1

    Every tray, slot, and screen fold away when not in use, conveniently reduces footprint

  • 1

    Makes new photographs from scanned photographs while still scanning, greatly saves time over having to scan first, then print

  • 1

    Significantly quieter than lower/older Pixma models

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    Photo print quality only slightly lower than print labs

Cons
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    Software is susceptible to reporting phantom paper jams

  • 1

    Sheet tray is flimsy when extended

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    Scanned photos occasionally blur at edges

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