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Canon Pixma iP2702 Printer Review

The iP2702 produced a good performance overall. And you can't really argue with the price.

$50.00
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Introduction

The iP2702 is a cheap printer: it costs just $49, which isn't much more than the cost of the two ink cartridges it uses. But that doesn't make it a bad printer, and we found that it produced good performance overall. And you can't really argue with the price.

Comparable Products

Before you buy the Canon PIXMA iP2702, take a look at these other printers.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Setup and Software
  4. Print Speed
  5. Color Performance
  6. Detail Performance
  7. Inks And Media
  8. Controls and Connectivity
  9. Artisan 50 Comparison
  10. HP D7560 Comparison
  11. Epson R1900 Comparison
  12. Conclusion

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