Caution Level: Safe
Operating System: Windows 98 SE, Windows XP, Windows 98, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.71.2 / 04 Jun 2005
The Canon PIXMA iP1000 is a photo-inkjet color printer that is capable of printing photos of high quality compared to those developed in the photo lab. The ink technology that is used in Canon PIXMA iP1000 is Canon FINE that creates print heads that has nozzle density and high nozzles, ejects the consistent five picolitre ink droplets with the remarkable accuracy fur the shaper, smoother and images that are more detailed. It has the maximum resolution of 4800 dpi x 1200 dpi of printing resolution. The printing speed differs for the black fast is up to 14ppm and for the colorfast is up to 11ppm. The photo lab in the printer prints photo quality of 5‚Äö√Ñ√πx7‚Äö√Ñ√π sized photo and prints borderless 6' x 4' photo in 55 seconds. The device weighs 3.6 kg and the model number is IP 1000.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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Canon PIXMA iP1000 was first released on 6 April 2005 and was manufactured by the Canon manufacturers. The CanoniP1000 is compatible with Windows 98 SE, Windows XP, Windows 98, Windows Vista operating systems. When the printer is put on there is some noise that is produced at startup process and there is no provision to effectively minimize that noise. The performance of the canon PIXMA iP1000 is vocal just like the motors boisterous nature. Canon PIXMA iP1000 uses XNU i255s for it to be able to output borderless in A4 photographs. The high quality of the A4 prints takes 4 minutes and for the smaller borderless photographs 6 x 4 inch takes 2 minutes. Canon PIXMA Ip1000 produces impressive and beautiful and the photos exhibit slight and dithering yellow cast and show noticeable band that is near the print rear. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon PIXMA iP1000 errors before installing any driver updates.