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Canon Pixma mini320 Compact Photo Printer Review

The Canon Pixma mini320 is a welcome addition to the compact photo printer market.

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Introduction

Canon’s summer/fall 2007 printer releases include a host of new features. Many of the new models, such as the all-in-ones (AIOs), follow in the footsteps of their predecessors in terms of design. The Pixma mini320, available for $179, replaces the mini260, a unique design in Canon’s compact photo printer line. This highly portable, easy-to-use inkjet printer is more similar to the Selphy CP-series dye sublimation printers, with its horizontal operating position and vertical carrying position, but it incorporates the control panel of Canon’s inkjet printers, with an improved Easy Scroll Wheel control and tilt LCD screen. The mini320 uses a single integrated ink cartridge, and it prints from PC, memory card, or wirelessly with a Bluetooth adapter.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Setup / Drivers and Software
  3. Photo Performance
  4. Tour / Components
  5. Design / Interface
  6. Inks
  7. Print Settings / Options
  8. Connectivity
  9. Overall Impressions / Ease of Use
  10. Conclusion
  11. Specs / Ratings
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