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Canon Pixma iP5200R

Featuring Canon's new 1-picolitre print engine, the wireless-capable iP5200R handles quality prints fast.

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Upside
Featuring Canon's new 1-picolitre print engine, the wireless-capable iP5200R handles quality prints fast. And it prints directly onto compatible CDs and DVDs. (The only difference between the iP5200 and iP5200R is wireless ready.)

Downside
The unit has no LCD display.

Bottom line
The Pixma iP5200R is a fast, high-quality printer and it's ready, through Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA2) to connect to your network wirelessly.