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Tiny price for Canon's photo multifunction

Tiny price for Canon's photo multifunction

At only $89, the Canon Pixma MP150 should attract budget shoppers who need a photo printer, a copier, and a scanner to fit a small desk at home. Until now, comparable multifunctions have cost $100 or more until vendors dropped the price just before releasing replacement models. Canon claims that this machine will roll out a 4x6-inch borderless photo in 55 seconds. We'll check out the MP150 soon in CNET's Labs and let you know how it works for us. Because this model uses wee 2-picoliter ink droplets and Canon's new ChromaLife100 inks, we'll pay special attention to the caliber of its photo prints. This model succeeds the MP130, which we found easy to use, although it produced so-so scans. The new Canon Pixma MP150, unlike the Pixma MP170 released in August, doesn't have a screen to preview photos or slots for digital memory cards. Instead, you can connect a PictBridge camera or digital camcorder to a front slot on the MP150 to print pictures sans computer.

Canon Pixma MP150