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Canon Pixma MG6220 inkjet MFP offers speed and style.
£149 inc VAT
The Canon EOS 1100D - also know as the Canon EOS Rebel T3 - is a step up from Canon's popular XS DSLR, adding a bump up to a 12 megapixel sensor, a DIGIC 4 processor,…
£510 inc VAT
Despite a few drawbacks, the Canon i-SENSYS MF8380Cdw is an affordable, feature-complete colour laser multifunction printer well-suited to small-office use.
£481 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma MX515 is a multifunction colour inkjet printer with good connectivity and reasonable running costs.
£140 inc VAT
The Canon DR-M160 is a document scanner producing decent quality at high speeds.
£960 inc VAT
Very much the bottom of Canon’s colour range, the Canon i-SENSYS LBP-7010C is a £115 colour laser printer that offers surprisingly strong image quality for those…
£115 inc VAT
The Canon Powershot SX150 IS is a camera with 14.1 effective megapixels and a 12x optical zoom.
£137 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma MG4150 is a multi-function inkjet printer/scanner/copier with good connectivity options.
£120 inc VAT
The Canon i-SENSYS LBP7680Cx is a versatile colour laser printer for home and small businesses, with the ability to run Java applications.
£320 inc VAT
The Canon i-SENSYS MF4890dw is a mono laser printer and multifunction device aimed at business users.
£279 inc VAT
The Canon PowerShot N is an attractive option, but priced at £270, it's certainly not a cheap compact camera. Read our Canon PowerShot N review to find out more.
£270 inc VAT
Canon’s EOS M is its first ever CSC and comes with use of 70+ lenses via optional adapter, though it will satisfy consumers more than enthusiasts. Read our Canon EOS…
£770 inc VAT
Canon's PIXMA MX525 is a stylish, undemanding multifunction printer for home and small businesses. Read our Canon PIXMA MX525 review to find out more.
£80 inc VAT
Dropping in right at the bottom of the market, the Canon Pixma iP1900 inkjet is one of Canon's cheapest printing devices ever, with a list price of £35.
£35 inc VAT
Canon's plastic PowerShot range may not be as fashionably styled as its metal-build IXUS family, but these cameras are generally better value for money while offering…
£299 inc VAT
The digital revolution has allowed Canon to involve itself not only in image capture, but output too. The company encourages home printing, like Kodak, by bundling…
£125 inc VAT
Canon’s G series has converted many a serious film shutterbug to digital photography. Launched in 2000 with the PowerShot G1, the sturdy G line helped establish…
£399 inc VAT
Canon’s Ixus line is renowned for its styling, but the Digital Ixus 970 IS’s design is a triumph of style over substance.
£227 inc VAT
The Canon Selphy CP780 snapshot photo printer has its problems - namely, mediocre speed and expensive, wasteful consumables. But its purchase price is very low and…
£106 inc VAT
Canon's Selphy ES3 snapshot printer is as cute as the similarly shaped (and priced) HP Photosmart A826. Unfortunately, not everything about the Canon Selphy ES3 photo…
£189 inc VAT