Today we have a fantastic review from Anthony for his Canon Pixma MG7751 CISS.

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For years I have been vexed every time I had to buy more ink that cost considerably more than the printer itself. This always seemed bizarre and to be honest rather a con. Indeed one day I typed into Google “Is the cost of printer ink a conspiracy?” and was amazed that I wasn’t the only one with this notion and proceeded to read more and more articles. Eventually I was directed to a page that discussed CityInkExpress and its Continuous Ink System and I was intrigued. Surely this was too good to be true, but with the promise of such cheap running costs I took the plunge and purchased the kit for my Canon Pixma MG7751.

 

The package arrived the very next day which was fantastic and after following the instructions online and about an hour later I was up and running with no issues and perfect prints. I can’t tell you how satisfying this product is both in terms of installing it which is empowering, but I am safe in the knowledge that I can print to my hearts content without the dreaded feeling that at any moment a cartridge will run out and I’m left high and dry.

 

I wish more people new about this solution and I will certainly be spreading the word far and wide so others can join the revolution and fight back at the ridiculous monopoly these companies hold over us. Bravo CityInkExpress, keep up the good work.

Canon is a huge name in the printing industry. This Japanese company has been on the scene for more than 75 years, and the brand is synonymous with top-quality printing and photography equipment. Canon printers can be found in homes, schools and offices the world over – no matter what you need a printer for, Canon is a great choice.

 

Here are some of Canon’s best printers as of February 2014:

 

Canon PIXMA iP2702

Canon PIXMA iP2702
Brilliance on a Budget 


The iP2702 is one of the most inexpensive colour printers you’re likely to find. Some people have criticised it for its slow print speed and the amount of noise it makes while printing, but for just £14.90 (the Amazon.co.uk price at time of writing), you can’t complain, can you?

 

Canon PIXMA MG6350

Canon PIXMA MG6350
Everything You Need


This is an all-in-one printer, which means that it can do scans and copies as well as straightforward prints. The quality that you get from the MG6350 is outstanding; it includes a ‘fast’ mode that cuts down on ink usage, and several Amazon reviewers have noted that the print-outs look great even in fast mode. 

 

Canon PIXMA PRO-100

Canon PIXMA PRO-100
The Best Your Photos Can Get


  Canon printers in general are pretty good for photo printing – after all, the company are arguably even better-known for their cameras than for their printers. Still, if you’re a professional photographer, you’ll want your snaps to look absolutely perfect when you print them off, and that’s where the PRO-100 comes in. It’s Canon’s top photo printer, and while it certainly isn’t cheap, the quality you get is well worth the cost.

 

Canon i-Sensys LBP7110CW

Canon i-Sensys LBP7110CW
 One for the Office


This big, heavy-duty printer is perfect for a busy office environment. It prints quickly and crisply, and since it's a laser printer (as opposed to the inkjet printers found in Canon's PIXMA range), your documents won't get smudged and you won't have to change the toner cartridge very often!

 

Remember, if you do buy a Canon printer, you can get Canon toner and Canon ink cartridges right here at CityInk Express!