October 31, 2004

8 New Inkjet Printers Compared

Tom's Hardware Guide review of 8 of the newest Inkjet printers on the market to help you make the comparison.

'Every year at this time, the four major manufacturers of inkjet printers introduce new printer lines. We compare all the new products and show you what to really expect from them - and most importantly, what they'll cost you.'


They review the:

•     Canon Pixma IP2000
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Canon Pixma IP4000
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Canon Pixma IP5000
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Epson Stylus C66 Photo Edition
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Epson Stylus Photo R300
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HP Photosmart 7450
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HP Photosmart 8150
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Lexmark Z816

'The conclusion is the same as usual. When it comes to inkjet printers, models with separate color cartridges are more attractive in every respect: they're more economical to use, and also offer the best print quality. Epson's Stylus Photo R300 leads the pack in the area of quality, followed very closely by the Canon Pixma iP4000 and iP5000. While the Photosmart 8150 offers very good qualitative results, the cost of its cartridges make it a much less attractive choice.'

Read more at 8 New Inkjet Printers Put to the Test - Introduction

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Posted by Darren at October 31, 2004 04:38 AM