Canon Pixma MP600 All-In-One Photo Printer Review
Read a review of the Canon Pixma MP600 Photo All-in-One printer.
The Canon PIXMA MP600 is a well-priced, mid-range photo printer that also includes scan and copy functions, providing good value for money. It retails for $179, and that is slightly cheaper than similar printers from Kodak and HP. Users can print from a computer or directly from the unit either via media slots or PictBridge-enabled cameras. The sleek black unit closes up neatly, with no controls, print trays, or ports visible, belying the typical multi-button design of most all-in-one printers. If you’re looking for an unobtrusive, multifunction printer that's easy to navigate, then the MP600 may fit the bill nicely.
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