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    Canon Pixma iP 4500 printer

    Hi,

    Does anyone have a Canon Pixma iP 4500 printer. If so what are your comments on it?

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    Re: Canon Pixma iP 4500 printer

    It'll not have much over the iP4300 and it won't need it. They're excellent printers for photos (and fine for text from a quality point of view I guess).

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    Re: Canon Pixma iP 4500 printer

    I have an IP4000, never let me down, cracking photo quaiity, good text and separate ink tanks, also able to print onto CD's. Best printer I ever bought.
    Cave canem!

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    Re: Canon Pixma iP 4500 printer

    Yeah I've also got an iP4300 which is the preceding model, it's great, go buy the iP4500
    Quote Originally Posted by Bertrand Russell

    The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.

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    Re: Canon Pixma iP 4500 printer

    excellent price too considering the photo quality

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    Re: Canon Pixma iP 4500 printer

    Thanks for the comments

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