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Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002)

Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002)
Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002)


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Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002)


Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002)

Outstanding All-In-One Photo Printer with 2.5″ TFT Display and Easy Scroll Wheel Outstanding All-In-One Photo Printer with 2.5″ TFT Display and Easy-Scroll Wheel.
Now, this is multi-tasking. With the Canon PIXMA MP600 Photo All-In-One Printer, you can quickly print beautiful, long-lasting photos and laser-quality text. Copy important documents using the included Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology (DCGPT) for results that are faithful to your originals. And scan photos, forms, and important documents with outstanding results. Its new Easy-Scroll Wheel makes operation so much easier, and the new 2.5″ TFT display lets you preview images in high definition before printing. You can even print directly from compatible memory cards,1 digital cameras, Bluetooth devices,2 and camera phones.3 Features Include:
Exceptional resolution: 3,584 precision nozzles create exceptional resolution—up to 9600 x 2400 color dpi4. More nozzles = high quality. Exceptional detail: Microscopi

  • Easy Scroll Wheel with 2.5″ wide angle color TFT display
  • 9600×4800 color dpi – 5 ink system
  • Up to 30 ppm black / 24 ppm color
  • Two paper trays with two-sided printing and copying
  • Click-connect-print with a PictBridge-ready digital camera/dv camcorder

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  1. 147 of 149 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Impressive Machine, October 18, 2006
    By 
    dhyard (Beverly Hills, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002) (Office Product)

    I’ve had this printer for about a month, and so far found it excellent at everything. I had been using an Epson printer and scanner and both turned into nightmares, I find this machine to be light years ahead, especially in speed and ease of use.

    It’s easy to setup, the software is easy to use, it’s quiet and it prints fast!

    Text is nice and crisp, it gives you 3 different settings to choose from, even the fast mode is good quality for most uses if you want to save ink.

    Copies are quick and easy and very good quality.

    Photos are very sharp, have good contrast, colors are rich overall. Comparing a portrait type shot to the same one I had printed at a lab, It was tough to tell any difference, except this one was a bit lighter. This was on Epson paper, have not tried Canon paper yet which is supposed to work best.

    Scanner is easy to use, relatively fast, and quality seems very good.

    Overall this machine is a pleasure to use with impressive quality.

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  2. 137 of 139 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally a very good printer/copier/scanner, October 19, 2006
    By 
    Walt K (Vancouver, WA) –
    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002) (Office Product)

    I’ve been through about 5 printers in the past 9 years. My last printer was a multifunction Canon MP370 which lasted about 2 years, but it finally clogged up out of warranty. The MP600 is kind of big, very heavy (which I kind of liked that for a change) but is extremely fast, produces high quality output and easy to use. I’ve had it for 2 weeks and both my wife and I use it daily. She copies lots of stuff for her artwork, scrap-booking and card-making. The color reproduction has improved a lot. It also scans fast and accurately. Best of all, it is very quiet and so fast in B&W text mode that it doesn’t seem possible. The setup had one problem that I’ve never encountered. The instructions made a big deal out of not connecting the USB cable before the software was installed, the wording was incorrect which led to me connecting it up incorrectly anyway(and I knew better from experience). You can’t go wrong with this printer, except the ink is a little hard to find and very expensive. One complete set of cartridges will cost you at least $75. I’ll be looking for after market ink soon. Canon would make more money if they simply cut the ink costs by about 40 or 50%. This is a very good multi-function, much better than my past experiences with Epson and HP.

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  3. 99 of 101 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    you won’t find a better multi-function printer in this price range, February 14, 2007
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MP600 All-in-One Photo Printer with Easy Scroll Wheel (1451B002) (Office Product)

    I spent days researching multifunction printers and the Pixma MP600 had everything I wanted. It prints. It scans (quickly). It photocopies (producing very crisp images in color and black and white). It also had all the “nice to have” extras I was hoping for but didn’t want to pay extra to get: double-sided copying. Prints from a memory card and a PictBridge enabled camera. Has a fold down 2.5 inch LCD screen with a scrolling wheel to choose functions with. It was highly rated on three well-known tech review sites as well as by the majority of buyers on this site, with virtually no negative feedback – which is quite a feat. And the price was nice. The only thing holding me back before buying was the five individual ink tanks, which I realized would probably end up being more economical in the long run than having to replace one combined tri-color cartridge when a specific color ran low.

    I bought it at BestBuy the other day for a surprisingy low price I’m not allowed to mention apparently and Amazon has just dropped the price as of this writing below that. The Pixma replaces my old HP 920c, and while there’s no comparison as far as functionality goes, here are some reasons why I deducted a star for the Pixma:

    - Looks: no raving beauty, it has a boxy style and is a bit clunky, with an extending auto sheet feeder whose flimsiness recalled to mind an old Brother word processor I owned back in the day when WP’s were the ultimate in high tech devices.

    - Set up and general information: I had been spoiled by HP’s hand-holding set up CDROMs and easy-to-follow instructions and experienced nothing of the sort with the Pixma. I am not a novice in such matters, but Canon’s instructions do tend to leave you guessing. The unit’s parts are not identified with corresponding numbers when you go through the “easy setup” process. For example: “Open the sheet feeder cover and pull out the paper support, then the paper output tray and open the output tray extension.” Huh? Which is which? Is the sheet feeder cover thing in the front of the machine? Is it in the back? WHERE is it? I finally found it an eternity later, lurking under a hidden cover in the back of the machine. The instructions seem to assume a previous knowledge of Canon printers. There were also shipping tapes everywhere, and it wasn’t immediately clear how to remove one stuck inside the unit which I didn’t even see until after I had turned the printer on.

    Additionally, during the critical ink tank installation phase, where you are warned not to touch the electrical contacts or the ink ports – easily enough done when there are NO diagrams showing the correct position to hold them while installing – you are left guessing. The first step in this portion is to install the print head. There are a couple of implied threats about damaging the unit if you get this part wrong, but no guidance on how to hold it, which way it goes in, etc.: here it merely says: “Intall the print head”.

    A word about Canon’s descriptive powers when it comes to explaining the functionality of their products on their website as well as in the product manual itself: Poor. I had to check three different sites (Amazon, PCmag, and Cnet) to find answers to the most basic questions – how many sheets of paper do the trays hold? Does it print double-sided? and so on. Again Canon leaves you guessing on the feature-specific questions you most want answers to, and you have to look elsewhere to find them. Even in the provided manual, under paper information, the number of sheets you can put in is expressed in maximum inches and centimeters of the overall stack, not by the number of sheets of paper. Not helpful unless you prefer to whip out a ruler every time you put a stack of paper in the trays. (Let me save you the trouble – 150 sheets of plain paper can go in the auto sheet feeder and 150 can fit in the hidden “cassette” tray on the bottom of the unit).

    -Construction: Though the unit has a solid sturdy frame the flimsiness of some of its parts cannot be overlooked. The lock lever on the print head cartridge is tough to lift, and wants to immediately slam back down as soon as you let go of it. Though you’re directed to put it back down gently, this is a bit hard to do. The lever seems in danger of snapping off at any minute. Fortunately you are not required to touch it when installing new ink tanks, as far as I can tell.

    As previously mentioned the plastic auto sheet feeder and extension support are on the flimsy side and tend to collapse downward at the slightest jostle.

    If the above general recommendations for improvement were made this would be a stellar product. As it is it’s very good. The copies are sharp and crisp. The print quality on text documents is also sharp. The scanner works quickly and can covert a document to a PDF or jpeg for emailing. The quality of the scans are not so great, but it suits my needs…

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