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Canon Pixma iP2702 Starts as a Bargain, but Inks Aren’t Cheap

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  • Canon Pixma iP2702

    This inkjet printer may be cheap to buy, but its high ink costs and mediocre performance make it less of a bargain than you’d think.

At a Glance

This inkjet printer may be cheap to buy, but its high ink costs and mediocre performance make it less of a bargain than you’d think.

Price when rated: $50
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Pros

  • Low purchase price

Cons

  • Lackluster speed and plain-paper print quality
  • High ink costs
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