Bargain price. Above-par text quality.
Affordable, Small footprint.
Very inexpensive. Black text documents look great. Easy to use.
Low purchase price.
Rock-bottom price; easy setup; in Normal mode, fast versus other printers in its class
Lackluster photo quality. Slow, particularly for business apps.
Lackluster speed and plain-paper print quality, High ink costs
Photo prints lack depth. Colors are a bit washed out. No output tray. Singlecartridge color ink.
Lackluster speed and plainpaper print quality, High ink costs
Mediocre-to-poor color output; flimsy construction; color ink sold as a single cartridge
By PC Mag on November 03, 2010
The Canon Pixma iP2702 Photo Printer proved more adept at printing out text than photos. Buy it...60
By Expert Reviews on July 29, 2010
If you're looking for a simple inkjet that just does the basics, the iP2702 is a cheap and effective choice....80
By PC Advisor on July 19, 2010
The Canon Pixma iP2702 produces performance thats unexceptional but quite satisfactory given the price. Should you be looking for an ultra-cheap (almost disposable) printer, we think you might be pleasantly surprised by the results....70
By GadgetSpeak on June 16, 2010
It’s been a while since I have looked at a printer (as opposed to an All In One or MFU) and even longer since I have looked at a basic entry level offering. Both those criteria are fulfilled by this small unit the Canon iP...72
By TechRadar on May 28, 2010
The Canon Pixma iP2702 is as basic and entry-level a photo printer as you're likely to find. The simple design consists of a paper feed tray at the top and two function buttons. There isn't any fancy touchscreen control panels or any other means...70
By PrinterComparison on May 21, 2010
These days, it is so easy to get an all-in-one inkjet photo printer at a reasonable cost that single function inkjets are few and far between. There are several options under $100 that can give the consumer more than the Pixma iP2702 can and a...60
By IT Reviews on May 19, 2010
Canon continues to produce low cost printers like this PIXMA iP2702 with nippy speeds and impressively good quality images and black text documents, yet the Spartan amount of extras might compel you to look to higher spec models in the range. Canon -...-
By Macworld on May 19, 2010
If you just want a cheap inkjet printer for the occasional photo or casual printout, the Pixma iP2702 can provide that basic level of service. The low initial cost will probably offset what you'll pay for ink over time. If you plan to use your...50
By Mac|Life on May 10, 2010
This $50 printer is one of the least expensive weve seen, and for anyone who just wants to be able to print snapshots at home, it works fine. Others, however, will need to lower their expectations nearly as low as the price.Pixma...60
By Computeractive on April 22, 2010
Good print, but a bit expensive and...60