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 , which we found easy to use, although it produced so-so scans. The new Canon Pixma MP150, unlike the 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.