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Canon CP740 printers ‘slow but gives good results’

By Paperstone on October 24, 2007 in Office Supplies

The new Canon CP740 printers may be slow and a bit awkward to use compared with other office machines, a review has suggested.

Writing in PC Advisor, Melissa Riofrio says that the office machines may be "clunky" but they also produce high-quality images.

She states that the dy-sublimation photos produced by the printers "compare well with those produced by the more common inkjet technology".

The review also lists the low cost of the office machines as a positive point, as well as the economical prices of its replacement supplies.

One of the downsides of replacing these supplies, however, is that those who want to change the Paper size will also have to change the cassette and printer cartridges, the review states. Additionally, third-party supplies cannot be used.

High-quality output is the main selling point of the printers, the reviewer suggests, saying: "The output of photos printed on the Canon Selphy CP740 averaged slower than one page per minute, but they looked very good overall."

She adds: "Its acquisition and supply prices are reasonable, too, which makes it a good value."

Recently, the Malaysian arm of Canon said that the office equipment manufacturer was expecting 20,000 people to attend its Canon Expo 2007.

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