Canon Pixma Pro 9000 Mark II Photo Printer Review
Borderless prints up to 13″×19″, and several improvements on its predecessor.
The new kid on the photo printer block is the Canon PIXMA Pro 9000 Mark II, an $499 photo printer can can produce borderless prints at up to 13 by 19 inch size. As the name suggests, it's an update to the Pro 9000 (which we reviewed here) that brings a number of new tricks to the game, including faster printing and a two picoliter drop size. We found that it performed well overall, with good color accuracy and deep blacks. But it wasn't the fastest printer on the block, and it can't print to DVDs or banner-sized paper.
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