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pixmaPress releases always amuse us. The smug satisfaction that this product will finally be the one to fix all your woes, this printer will be the single greatest printer you will ever own. Griping aside, Canon's new PIXMA iP3000 and iP4000 printers are actually pretty nice, with a design that will almost make you the opposite of embarrassed. They're 4800x1200 dpi, have FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) print heads, support PictBridge (does anyone really use this?), and can print 4" x 6", 5" x 7", and A4 formats in color at 15 ppm (iP3000) and 17 ppm (iP4000). Both printers have five different ink cartridges and won't start printing a page if a necessary color is low so you won't waste any more of your over-priced ink unnecessarily. How sweet.

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