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