CANON PIXMA E600
Successor to the Pixma E500, the E600 has gained some weight and looks bigger. Capable of quality prints, there are some additional features like auto document feeder and fax. Configuring the printer was time consuming as it took close to 20 minutes to install the software. There are a number of controls accompanying a small display and this is irritating. Printing was good on high as well as standard mode, while scanning was about average. While there is nothing wrong with the E600, we recommend you go for the E500 if you don’t need the fax. The latter is smaller and cheaper too. SPECS: Inkjet All-in-One; Print, copy, scan; Fax; 8.5 Kg.