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Canon PIXMA Pro-100 Wireless Color Professional Inkjet Printer with Airprint and Mobile Device Printing [Printer] $99.9

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The excellent Canon Pixma Pro-100 for $99 after rebate and using cart code: BHWPPI18

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Damn, you da man!

Was looking for it for a while now, not as good as prior deals ($50 after rebate), but $100 ain't too shabby!
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I hope the crazy Pro-10 deals come back.
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Good Lord, rebates this year and end of last year suck big time. They are either non-existent or higher prices than usual after rebate. FAR items completely gone except the occasional cable with super low ratings.
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Damn, you da man!

Was looking for it for a while now, not as good as prior deals ($50 after rebate), but $100 ain't too shabby!
tell me about it - I bought one from B&H about three weeks ago for $50 more.
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down to $69 now
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Seems like this is an amazing value (and it's still available), but I'm wondering if people have input on this versus the PIXMA iP110.

The iP110 obviously is geared towards mobile use, and has mobile 'convenience' features like AirPrint etc. In the same vein, it can't produce prints as large as the Pro-100, but it also is capable of a higher resolution than the Pro-100...

The Pro-100 seems to beat the iP110 in terms of B&W capability, though.

If I'm not looking to do any B&W prints, and I'm not interested in anything larger than an 8"x10" is there any reason to opt for the Pro-100?

My guess is no, but I'm interested to hear other opinions/factors to consider.

EDIT: Pro-100 has AirPrint, too. I guess this isn't really an advantage of the iP110
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Seems like this is an amazing value (and it's still available), but I'm wondering if people have input on this versus the PIXMA iP110.

The iP110 obviously is geared towards mobile use, and has mobile 'convenience' features like AirPrint etc. In the same vein, it can't produce prints as large as the Pro-100, but it also is capable of a higher resolution than the Pro-100...

The Pro-100 seems to beat the iP110 in terms of B&W capability, though.

If I'm not looking to do any B&W prints, and I'm not interested in anything larger than an 8"x10" is there any reason to opt for the Pro-100?

My guess is no, but I'm interested to hear other opinions/factors to consider.

EDIT: Pro-100 has AirPrint, too. I guess this isn't really an advantage of the iP110
I've been using my Pro 100 printer for about 4 years now and it's a outstanding print quality, durability, and best in the tech world support (if needed) from Canon. I print 13x19" and it equals and usually exceeds the quality I get from a top rated online shop. As a fyi, with a full set of ink, I get about 45 full size 13"x19" prints before needing ink. I've probably printed 300+ at full size and never a issue.
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I've been using my Pro 100 printer for about 4 years now and it's a outstanding print quality, durability, and best in the tech world support (if needed) from Canon. I print 13x19" and it equals and usually exceeds the quality I get from a top rated online shop. As a fyi, with a full set of ink, I get about 45 full size 13"x19" prints before needing ink. I've probably printed 300+ at full size and never a issue.
Thanks for the input. I'm mainly going to print either 4"x6" or 5"x7", and maybe an 8"x10" on occasion.

Have you tried a lot of different paper types? Most of my experience has been with a small dye-sub printer, and those print packs come with the dye-sub film paired with paper. I'm wondering how much variation in quality (of the initial prints, as well as longevity) will depend on the paper. I've got old, sealed packs of photo paper that is for inkjets and since that's a sunk cost the per print price would be significantly reduced if I could use that.

Thanks.
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Something has gone wrong with the applying promo code Frown
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Is it still works?
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