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Canon printer reviewed

By on July 31, 2007 in Ink Cartridges And Toners

The Canon iP1800 printer, which requires printer cartridges, has been reviewed by PrintoInfo.

According to the website, consumers who are looking to spend less than $50 (£25) would find a "pretty good option" in this product and its printer cartridges.

The device "provides decent Canon image quality" with its printer cartridges, the review claims, but adds that "it won’t win any prizes for quality or speed".

Because the supporting drivers and software are the same as for many other inkjets in the Canon range, the reviewer believes that users will benefit from its ease of use – particularly if they do not have their own editing software.

In addition, printer cartridges for the iP1800 "are comparatively priced", he comments.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Canon’s value-added printers – which necessitate printer cartridges – helped boost the company’s operating profits.

These figures rose 14.9 per cent during the first six months of the year, though the provider of printer cartridges also reduced its forecast for annual profits.

Recently, the Queensland University of Technology did a study into the health of office machines, including printers and printer cartridges.

The researchers are calling for companies to make sure that printers are located in well-ventilated areas.

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