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Operating System: Windows 2000/2003/98/95/2008/XP/Vista/Me
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.22 / 04 Nov 2010
The CANON P-660C PRINTER is a model manufactured by the Canon manufacturers. This printer is basically manufactured to print our business cards. It is engineered to operate using the bubble jet technology. It is also used to print out cards in colored mode. When printing out cards that are up to date, it operates at a relatively fast speed and can even print up to 80 cards in a minute. This model has the ability to deliver high quality print outs with desirable results. Apart from the usual black and white printing mode, this printer is also engineered to produce print outs which are colored. This printer model is well designed to print out business cards and even post cards that are of the standard size. It is also engineered to operate at a resolution of 600 by 600 dots per inch.
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This printer model operates using bubble jet technology. It is a non-impact printer that prints in line at 4 inches. For each color, this printer is fitted with 2400 nozzles. Each nozzle is engineered to have a pitch of 0.0425 mm. the printer head has a resolution of 600 dots per inch. It has the ability to print on an area of up to 102 mm in width by 297 mm in length. For the main power button to read ‘ready’ after the main power is switched on, this printer takes a maximum of 70 seconds to go on. It takes approximately 6 seconds for the power saving light to go on. When it comes to the first print time, this printer model takes approximately 12 seconds to print out one business card that has a portrait. When printing a post card that contains an image, the printer takes 22 seconds to print one. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CANON P-660C PRINTER errors before installing any driver updates.