Canon (BJC-7100) printer

Discussion in 'Computing' started by John Mackesy, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. John Mackesy

    John Mackesy Guest

    Reading the earlier thread about Canon inkjet printers got me
    thinking... I've got a Canon BJC-7100 here and an H-P 810C. 1 of them
    has to go - anyone got any thoughts on which is the better one to keep,
    and ideas on the virtues (or otherwise) of the BJC-7100?

    Thanks,

    John Mackesy
     
    John Mackesy, Jul 19, 2005
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    Will S Guest

    I cant believe this post. You have both printers so surely you can see what
    the best is
     
    Will S, Jul 20, 2005
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  3. John Mackesy

    John Mackesy Guest

    Good point, Will. As it happens, they're both out of ink - I'd like to
    know which one I should lash out on cartridges for. For reasons too
    trivial to expand on in this esteemed forum, I find myself in possession
    of 4 inkjet printers, only one of which (H-P 692C) has its full
    complement of fluids.

    What I'm looking for is some user experience - thanks for yr input.

    John Mackesy
     
    John Mackesy, Jul 21, 2005
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  4. G'day John,

    I can't make a comparison but I used to own a BJC-7100 which I
    found very satisfactory except that the cartridges used to dry
    out too quickly when not being used - my Epson Photo (?) 890
    is much better in this regard.

    Cheers,
    Julian

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    Julian Mattay, Jul 22, 2005
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