Canon Photo Printer Could Be Pricey To Replace Colour Ink Cartridges

2010-06-24 16:39:09

Published on 2010-06-24 16:39:09

Regular printer users have been told that if they decide that the Canon Pixma MP250 Photo All-In-One model is the best choice for their home then it could become pricey when an ink cartridge needs replacing.

The device has been reviewed on Boosh News, with the writer noting the disadvantage that the printer has in failing to have separate colour ink cartridges.

"This will cause some trouble when you may just exhaust one particular colour immediately after doing numerous prints, which means replacement of the entire cartridge each and every time could possibly be pricey," the reviewer suggested.

However, it is highlighted that the Canon printer will more than suffice as an entry level grade model for those who will only print, copy and scan on select occasions.

Simple touch-ups to photographs and corrections to older pictures are able to be completed, while up to 99 pages can be handled at the same time.

Furthermore, the device is RoHS compliant, meaning it is free from dangerous materials that could negatively impact the environment when it is no longer needed.

One model from the manufacturer that does allow coloured printer ink to be replaced separately is the Canon Pixma MX870.

By Canzil Ahmed

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