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Photo Printers

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Price when rated: $300
Lowest price: $449.00 via Amazon.com Marketplace

Pros

  • Good color
  • Very good detail reproduction

Cons

  • Uneconomical three-color ink cartridges
  • Expensive
  • Rather slow
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Price when rated: $200

Pros

  • Best detail reproduction
  • Very fast
  • Individual ink cartridges

Cons

  • Included ColorSync profiles need improvement
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Where to buy
Price when rated: $179
Lowest price: $415.00 via Amazon.com Marketplace

Pros

  • Widest range of computerless-printing support
  • CD printing
  • Very good color matching
  • Individual ink cartridges

Cons

  • Detail reproduction not as good as that of the Canon i960 or HP Photosmart 7960
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Price when rated: $499

Pros

  • Fast printing on multiple copies of 4-by-6 images

Cons

  • Included ColorSync profiles need improvement
  • Expensive
  • Lackluster print quality
Olympus Corporation P-440
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Price when rated: $250

Pros

  • Best computerless printing
  • Relatively speedy
  • Individual ink cartridges

Cons

  • Included ColorSync profiles need improvement
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Price when rated: $80

Pros

  • Inexpensive

Cons

  • Uneconomical three-color ink cartridges
  • Poor-quality output
  • Slow
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