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Automatic duplexer and 300sheet paper capacity.
More speed than you'd expect for a Cnote.
Quick document printing.
Included Easy WebPrint EX software does a nice job.
A 9600 x 2400 color dpi makes the images printed from the Canon Pixma iP4700 crisp and sharp.
Produces rich, nicely saturated color prints up to 8.5 x 11 inches.
For a printer geared towards printing photos.
Lack of a memory card makes printing photos from other electronic devices quite the task.
Frontpanel lighting codes are hard to decipher.
Looks like a black blob.
Overpriced printer ink is still legalized larceny.
By Web User on August 08, 2011
Like its close rival, the Epson Stylus Pro P50, the appearance of this Canon printer is pared down to the basics. However, its configurability springs into life from the software control panel. The photo-printing test was a bit of a double-edged...
By PC Authority on March 09, 2011
Superb speed and quality and low costs keep it top of the A-List...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
The Canon Pixma iP4700 is a great printer for photos and works decent as a home...
By GadgetSpeak on May 10, 2010
The Canon Pixma iP4700 is an up-market inkjet printer in the higher price bracket and should not be compared with the budget printers that can be bought for less than £40. It is a stylishly designed versatile machine that delivers realistic colour...
By InfoWorld on May 01, 2010
Some bargains are truly good ones. The Canon Pixma iP4700 inkjet printer has a few limitations, but it is inexpensive to buy and to run. Its paper handling can accommodate dozens of pages a day, enough for a home or school...
By PCWorld on March 30, 2010
The Canon Pixma iP4700 color inkjet printer costs just $100 (as of March 29, 2010), but it offers some impressive features for the price--and reasonable ink costs. It would be a solid choice for a student or a busy...
By Trusted Reviews on December 15, 2009
Although all-in-one printers now substantially outsell single-function machines, there are several reasons why you might not want to go the multi-function route. Single function printers, like Canon’s PIXMA iP4700 reviewed here, are smaller...
By Electronicsme on November 19, 2009
Though the Canon PIXMA iP4700 does have some additional advantages over its predecessors, there is not a lot in terms of performance of this unit that would warrant an upgrade. If you are looking for a new inkjet photo printer that has some good...
By Wired on November 09, 2009
Canon EOS 5D Mark II Canon PIXMA iP4700 Printer Gitzo GM2561 Traveler Monopod and Quick Release Ballhead Datacolor SpyderCube Calibration Tool Samsung HMX-R10 Camcorder Olympus E-P1 CameraCanon's new iP4700 proves that you don't have to empty...
By TechRadar on October 05, 2009
The PIXMA iP4700 is Canon's latest five tank printer. It isn't as feature-rich as some of its rivals, but it boasts auto-Duplex for doublesided printing, PictBridge for printing pictures directly from your camera, and it can print directly onto...
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