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Cannon i9900 vs Epson Picturemate Deluxe Viewer comparison

by mis30 / April 3, 2006 11:30 PM PDT

I am probably on the wrong board, but let me Try. I need to return my Cannon i9900 today if I want to buy something else. After a lot of research it looks like the only replacement should be Epson Picturemate Deluxe Viewer. It seems like the price difference is huge. Am I replacing something great for medicre? I don't need large prints and I don't care about speed, which seem to be the only advantages of cannon. Any advice? Looking to spend around $300. Thanks!

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