Pre-PMA 2008: The PIXMA ip2600 replaces both the ip1800 and ip2500 at the entry-level end of Canon's printer range and offers 4-ink A4 printing at 4800 x 1200 dpi with class-leading 2pl (picolitre) droplet size for finer detail and color gradation. ChromaLife100 dye-based ink formulation promises longer life prints too, with Canon claiming up to 100 years of fade-free enjoyment if the prints are stored in a suitable album. The ip2600 will be available from February for around $49.99.
Amstelveen, The Netherlands, 24 January, 2008: Canon continues to open up high-quality home photo printing to a wider group of users with the launch of the PIXMA iP2600. This new entry-level printer replaces both the PIXMA iP1800 and PIXMA iP2500 and is targeted at users looking for great value, high quality photo printing. Producing a 10x15cm borderless photo in just 55 seconds, the PIXMA iP2600 produces photo lab quality 4800x1200 dpi prints. The integrated print head FINE cartridge produces 2pl ink droplets for the finest imaging in the PIXMA iP2600
PIXMA excellence As a new member of the PIXMA range, the PIXMA iP2600 features superior Canon image quality together with impressive ease-of-use. A superb value home photo printer, the PIXMA iP2600 utilises Canon.rs"s FINE cartridges and genuine Canon print-media for exceptional photo and document printing quality. ndash; Ends indash;
The Canon's Fine series are inkjet printer cartridges used to supply ink to Canon's desktop photo printers. Though replacing the entire Canon cartridge is the more frequent choice of consumers, there are those who simply replace the ink in the empty cartridges to save money. If you want to refill the ink in your Canon Fine cartridge, you can do so using using a few basic tools.