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Canon Pixma Pro9000 Photo Printer Review

Read a review of the Canon Pixma Pro9000 photo printer.

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Introduction

The Pro9000, released in November 2006, is one of Canon’s most recent contributions to the professional photo printer market. This printer uses eight dye-based inks inside an elegantly designed chassis with simple functions. Without a lot of bells and whistles and retailing for $499, this printer is competitively priced with the Epson Stylus Photo R1800 ($549) and the HP Photosmart 8750 ($499). Capable of 4800 x 2400 dpi resolution in both black and color, this printer promises to produce high-quality photographs for a reasonable cost.

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Sections

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