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Canon Pixma iP1800
Ilse Jurriën : February 22th 2007 - 06:10 CET
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CanonCanon Pixma iP1800 photo printer : High quality, ease of use and stylish design continue to be the cornerstones of the Canon Pixma Photo Printer line-up, and the newest entry delivers on that strong reputation. The Pixma iP1800 Photo Printer offers high-end features and a new stylish design while at a retail price of $49.99. This price put this Canon printer into the very important value category while their sleek new design set them head and shoulders above the competition. The Canon Pixma iP1800 features Canon FINE print head technology. Delivering microscopic ink droplets as small as 2 picoliters, at up to 4800x1200 dpi color resolution, it is obvious that this Pixma printer does not sacrifice quality for its value price points.
Canon Pixma iP1800 printer
“Consumers want to get the most for their money and we are introducing the iP1800 printer for just that reason, to deliver a high level of photo print quality at an affordable price,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager of the Consumer Imaging Group at Canon USA, Inc. “This Pixma photo printer combines Canon’s ability to produce high-quality photos and documents, with a new stylish design, that together make for a winning combination for the consumer.”

Canon Pixma iP1800

Canon Pixma iP1800 - Photo printer features
With an attractive design and a price point to match, the sweeping lines and glossy black finish of this desktop dynamo are a welcome departure from the boring beige box typically found in the value class of printer products. Canon brings high-end features into this category with blazing speeds and microscopic ink droplets being placed as small as 2 picoliters. The Canon Pixma iP1800 Photo Printer can deliver photo-lab quality borderless 4x6 - inch photos in approximately 70 seconds.3 Unlike some leading competitors, the iP1800 Photo Printer will be a $49 printer capable of printing borderless photos from wallet size straight through letter size without purchasing any optional accessories. As an attractive addition to the home office or a student’s desktop, printing from 1,472 nozzles helps to ensure speedy printing of documents, presentations and web pages at up to 20 pages/minute (ppm) for monochrome, and up to 16 ppm for color.

Canon Pixma iP1800 photo printer - Ink cartridges
With only two FINE ink cartridges for consumers to concern themselves with, ink management is fast and easy. Included with the iP1800 Photo Printer is a pigment-based black ink cartridge, allowing for improved text printing without relying on a composite black, plus increased highlighter stability on plain paper. To help meet the demands of any family printing at home, Canon is introducing a new line of ink cartridges to be used with the Pixma iP1800 Photo Printer. The new PG-30 (pigment black ink cartridge) and CL-31 (tri-color ink cartridge) will offer consumers a new low cost option when purchasing ink. The new PG-30 and CL-31 ink cartridges will retail for an estimated selling price of $15.99 and $19.99 respectively. The Canon iP1800 has received the Certified for Windows Vista logo, indicating that it has met Microsoft’s rigorous new standards for performance and functionality with Windows Vista.

Canon Pixma iP1800 photo printer - ChromaLife100 System
The Pixma iP1800 Photo Printer uses the Canon ChromaLife100 system to produce prints on select genuine Canon photo papers that resist fading for up to 100 years when stored in an archival quality photo album. The 100-year-lifespan rivals that of many traditional film based photos, long considered by consumers to be the benchmark for image permanence. Unlike some competitors that only test for ozone degradation, Canon has tested the ChromaLife100 system against three types of gases to simulate realistic conditions – ozone, nitrogen oxide and sulfur oxide. Prints produced on Canon Photo Paper Pro with the other elements of the ChromaLife100 system had an up to ten-year gas fastness when exposed to open air. ChromaLife100 prints also had up to 30-year light fastness when displayed under glass.

Canon Pixma iP1800 - Compatible with Windows Vista
The newest Canon Pixma printer addresses a different style and need, and is now compatible with most computer operating systems, including Microsoft Windows Vista. As a Premier Launch Partner of the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, Canon ensured that the latest Canon Pixma photo printers work directly in tandem with Microsoft’s operating system, without any extra downloads or upgrades. The Pixma iP1800 still offers full compatibility with other operating systems, such as Windows 2000/XP and Mac OSX v10.2.8 operating systems.

Canon Creative Park
Looking to extend creativity beyond just photos and documents? Consumers can now try Canon's Creative Park Web site. The site offers free 3-D paper craft projects, scrapbooking templates and embellishments, novel greeting cards, educational materials and the opportunity to learn more about digital photography.

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