The Canon Pixma iP6210D provides 10ppm colour printing and memory card input.
Together with the iP1600, the iP2200 makes up Canon's entry level for colour printing.
The MP170 takes the feature set of the entry-level MP150 and adds direct printing capabilities from memory cards.
The MF8170c is a great home-office multifunction, but in bigger offices it's suitable only for patient workgroups.
Canon's MultiPass MP730 works best for home office types who use digital cameras and have only light faxing needs.
The Canon Pixma MP950 is a near ideal photo all-in-one for an amateur photo enthusiast. The inclusion of fax and networking capabilities would've made it a must-buy.
You'll find more features available on competitors' similarly priced models, but if you value print quality and speed over extra bells and whistles then the Pixma iX6550 is definitely worth consideration.
Featuring Canon's new 1-picolitre print engine, the wireless-capable iP5200R handles quality prints fast.
The speedy, low-cost Canon i550 is a bargain hunter's printer. For best output, be careful to pick the right paper.
Families and digital photo hobbyists should consider the well-designed Canon Pixma MP500 for prints, but we were disappointed by its mediocre color film scans.
The all-around solid performance of this feature-packed, digital photo-friendly all-in-one makes the Canon Pixma MP760 stand out from the crowd.
Canon Pixma iP4000R
The Canon S820 prints beautiful text, graphics, and photos. For best results, though, spring for high-resolution paper.