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Canon PIXMA iP2702 Driver Indir– The printer design is clean and tidy. There is no output tray and printed pages feed to the desktop, which can be annoying if the surface is smooth, as the sheets tend to float and don’t collect in a neat stack. There are two control knobs, each with an inset LED, mounted on the far right of the top panel, one for power and the other for paper feed and error conditions.
The only sockets on the back are for mains power and USB data connection – there is no network support either wired or wireless on this machine. The power cord plugs directly into the printer, without a separate power supply. Only HP still felt the need to have strong ‘bricks’ under the table.
The top and front covers hinge together to provide access to dual ink cartridges; when you lift the cover, the head carrier shifts to a comfortable position, so that you can pinch it.
These include the Easy-Photo Print and Easy-Web Print utilities, with the latter providing regular printing of Web pages and their components. Easy Photo-Fix II is also included, for automatic fixes for common photo problems.
Drivers are available for all versions of Windows from 2000 to Windows 7 and for OSX from 10.4.11. There is no explicit support for Linux.
Canon dares to cite a realistic normal mode print speed for its machines, as most of its competitors still use unhelpful draft speeds. For this machine it claims 7.0ppm for black print and 4.8ppm for color. It uses a part of the ISO standard that excludes processing time before printing starts, so it’s still a little unrealistic.
In the real world, where you have to wait for processing and printing before you can use a document, you will most likely see times and speeds like we found. Our 5 page A4 text document took 50 seconds to complete, providing a speed of 6ppm. Somewhat oddly, the 20-page document, which involved a lot of pre-printed ink housings, finished in 3:27, a slower speed of 5.8ppm. Both of these numbers are slightly slower than claimed speeds, but reasonable for an entry-level inkjet printer.
The engine didn’t perform very well with black text and colored graphic prints, though, restoring 2.4ppm, just half the claimed speed. However, it is still roughly on par with its main competitors. In high quality mode, printing 15 x 10cm photos on Canon’s Photo Paper Pro II took 1:19, but in standard mode this time it was reduced to 51 seconds.
It’s fast for photo prints and there isn’t much difference between prints of the two modes. The Standard mode print is slightly darker and some details are lost in the shadows, but both are generally very good, with no visible cast and subtle color gradations in the sky area.
Color graphics also print well, although there are some patterns that stand out clearly in some of the lighter colors. Color prints on plain paper are generally bright and eye-catching and black text is very clean and sharp. None of the printouts would make you want to take a closer look at the signs of ink bleeding.
Most Canon printers are very quiet, but the iP2702 has the embarrassing honor of being the noisiest printer we’ve tested. It is quiet enough when printing but, as always, little effort has been made to reduce the noise created by the paper feed mechanism. We recorded this at a peak of 80dBA at half a meter. According to the British Columbia Workers’ Compensation Council (PDF warning), that’s the kind of noise level you can expect from a motorbike or private airplane and it’s especially annoying if you have the printer beside you on the table.
There are only two cartridges in this machine, one black and the other tricolor, although both are available in two finishes. Using the high-yield version for black and color cartridges yields a cost per page of 4.5p for black ISO and 9.8p for color ISO, both including 0.7p for paper. This cost is quite high, although the cost of black printing is higher compared to competing machines than color ones.
No doubt, you can get good quality printouts from the PIXMA iP2702. There’s also little doubt that it’s a basic device, a bit expensive to run and one that should come with a set of ear protectors. It’s about time printer makers took into account the noise level, along with the looks and features, of their machines.
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