Top ten printers for March 2010

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To help our readers with their purchasing decisions, the PrinterComparison.com staff has put together a top ten list of the most viewed printers on our site for the month of March 2010.  They aren’t necessarily the best or most popular printers but they are the printers that you, the visitors of our site, are searching and viewing.

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Canon Pixma MP560 1.  Canon Pixma MP560 – (previously #1) – The Pixma MP560, successor to the Pixma MP620, is the most compact Canon inkjet to feature both wireless capabilities as well as automatic duplexing. The MP560 was also the first Pixma to print directly from a USB Flash drive. The MP560 offers borderless 4×6 prints in 39 seconds, a 2.0 inch LCD and the ChromaLife100+ five-color ink tank system. Canon Pixma MP560 review

2.Canon Pixma MX870 (previously #4) – The flagship Pixma MX870 Wireless Office AIO offers print, scan, copy and fax capabilities as well as print speeds as fast as 9.4 ipm in black, auto duplexing, a 2.5 inch LCD with Canon’s Easy Scroll Wheel, a 35-sheet ADF, two way paper feed, and a set of five individual ink cartridges including a pigment black cartridge. Canon Pixma MX870 review 

Brother MFC-495cw

3. Brother MFC-495cw (previously #2) – The MFC-495cw is a 4-in-1 device (print, scan, copy, Super G3 fax) with print resolution up to 6000 x 1200 dpi, a 15 sheet ADF, a 3.3 inch adjustable LCD, built-in memory card reader with USB, front loading four ink system, and Wi-Fi connectivity.  Brother MFC-495cw review

HP Photosmart C4780 4. HP Photosmart C4780 (previously #3) – The C4780 could be a great companion for any student.  It’s wireless, compact and good-looking; it is also functional and relatively cheap.  Yes, the print speeds were slower than advertised and the text could have been sharper but the fact that C4780 will keep printing even after a cartridge expires is a huge plus for any student on a deadline. HP Photosmart C4780 review

5. Canon Pixma MX350 (new to the list) – The Pixma MX350 Wireless Office AIO features Canon’s Easy Scroll Wheel with a 2.5 inch LCD, built-in card reader with USB flash drive compatibility, multiple scan-to options, built-in Wi-Fi or Ethernet connectivity, and a set of two cartridges including a tri-color cartridge. Canon Pixma MX350 review

Epson Artisan 710

6. Epson Artisan 710 (previously #8) – The Artisan 710, like the previous generation Artisan 700, is a 4-in-1 device that offers a 2.5 inch LCD, 4×6 prints in as fast as 10 seconds, automatic duplexing, two paper trays, print speeds up to 38 ppm, and a memory card reader.  Epson Artisan 710 review 

Canon Pixma MP640

7. Canon Pixma MP640 (new to list) – The Canon PIXMA MP640 AIO can print a 4×6 photo in as fast as 20 seconds and offers a 3.0 inch LCD, print resolution up to 9600 x 2400 dpi, automatic duplexing, two way paper feeding for an estimated retail price of $219.99. Canon Pixma MP640 review

8.   Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II (previously #9) – The Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II is a second generation printer featuring 10 individual ink tanks, two paper feeding options, the new Ambient Light Correction feature, a print resolution up to 4800 x 2400 dpi, and a PictBridge port. Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II review 

Canon Pixma MP990

9. Canon Pixma MP990 (previously #8) – The Canon PIXMA MP990 Wireless Photo All-in-One is a recent PrinterComparison.com Editor’s Choice Award winner thanks to fabulous photo quality, cool features, and a great design. Canon Pixma MP990 review

10. Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II (previously #10) – Like the Pixma Pro9500 Mark II, the Pixma Pro9000 Mark II is a second generation photo printer.  It features eight individual ink tanks, two paper feeding options, and the new Ambient Light Correction feature for half the price of the Pixma Pro9500 Mark II. Also, did we mention that “the Pro9000 Mark II might just be the ideal entry point for amateur artists?” Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark II review

 

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