Canon PIXMA iP2700 Driver Download

Canon PIXMA iP2700 Driver Download

Canon PIXMA iP2700 Driver Download

Canon PIXMA iP2700 Driver Download

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Canon PIXMA iP2700 Driver Download– The iP2700 looks strangely old-fashioned, but is by no means unattractive as far as printers go. There are remarkably few features– just a 100 sheet rear input tray and a USB port to connect it to your PC.

The iP2700 uses just two cartridges– one black and one tri-colour, with cyan, magenta and yellow inks; this is still fairly common in budget printers. This means that dark tones are slightly less intense than those from printers with a dedicated photographic black cartridge, but this wasn’t noticeable enough to seriously detract from our prints.

The iP2700 uses just two cartridges– one black and one tri-colour, with cyan, magenta and yellow inks; this is still fairly common in budget printers. You have to replace colour cartridges of this sort as soon as one ink colour runs out and so they can be less economical than using a printer with single-colour cartridges. The printer comes with 220-page black and 244-page colour cartridges, but we recommend using high-yield versions once they run out.

We were also very happy with the iP2700’s photo quality; dark areas, white tones and flesh colours weren’t quite as accurate as those from Canon’s more expensive photo printers, but all our pictures looked good enough to frame. Each 6x4in photo took a little over a half and a minute to print and costs around 19p on Canon Photo Paper Plus II.

The printer is cheap, quality is excellent. Both draft and standard quality text were clear, perfect and sharp– draft lettering is just a little thinner, but prints at 8ppm compared to 6.4 ppm for normal text. Our illustrated colour business documents looked great, with solid, accurate colours in diagrams and evenly shaded graphs.

Multi-function printers rule the roost when it comes to inkjet printing, but there’s always room for a low-cost, no-frills, single-function printer. That’s the niche Canon’s Pixma iP2700 is looking to fill and, at just ₤ 31, it already meets the primary requirement.

You have to replace colour cartridges of this sort as soon as one ink colour runs out and so they can be less economical than using a printer with single-colour cartridges. The printer comes with 220-page black and 244-page colour cartridges, but we recommend using high-yield versions once they run out.

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