Canon PIXMA iP2200 Review– For a printer costing short of what £50, Canon makes striking claims about the ip2200 offering borderless photograph lab-quality prints. Be that as it may, as we well know, the price tag is just a large portion of the story. Shouldn’t we think about the expense of new cartridges when the firsts run out?
Luckily, Canon offers high-limit cartridges for the ip2200. One is a color based dark cartridge that expenses £23.82, the other a tri-shade costing £28.07 (both costs incorporate VAT). As should be obvious in the Running expenses box underneath, this compared to moderately reasonable prints, despite the fact that the ip2200 is in no way, shape or form the most efficient on test.
The equipment itself is fundamental. We remembered to connect the yield tray for the item shot on this page – prints just drop onto the work area, which is an agony on the off chance that you need to mount your printer on a rack. What’s more as the ip2200 is one of the littler printers here, this is something you may need to do – it quantifies only 430 x 295 x 258mm (WDH) with the back tray open.