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The Canon Pixma iP6700D is an affordable photo inkjet printer that's capable of printing superior-quality photos comparable to those developed in a photo lab.
£119 inc VAT
The Canon DC50 is a stylish Mini DVD recorder, with all the bells and whistles you'd expect from a Canon camcorder.
£499 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma iP1800 is Canon's entry-level inkjet photo printer, which is clear if you take a gander at its price tag. Read PC Advisor's review of the the Canon…
£39 inc VAT
Blessed with a very low price, the Canon DC210 offers a fair number of features. The Canon DC210 captured good but not great, video in PC Advisor's lab tests.
£339 inc VAT
For those who have yet to bring their older photos into the digital realm, the Canon CanoScan 8600F desktop photo and film scanner is definitely worth a look.
£133 inc VAT
Canon's PowerShot A460 has a sophisticated and durable look to it, yet it costs only around £100.
£89 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma MP530's solid combination of features makes it ideal for a small office that works with documents and photos.
£185 inc VAT
Compared to Panasonic's sleek HDC-SD1, the Canon HV20 HD camcorder looks a bit ungainly, mostly because it has a large MiniDV tape mechanism grafted onto one side.
£999 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma MP600 is a solid multipurpose device that combines a printer, scanner, and media card reader at a reasonable price.
£110 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma MP510 is a general-purpose all-in-one that prints high-quality photos at an affordable price.
£99 inc VAT
Although the Canon PowerShot TX1 resembles a miniature camcorder, it's best suited for still photography.
£280 inc VAT
At only £49, we were delighted to find that the Canon Pixma MP160's photo print quality was above average - a match for the more expensive MP180, if 20 seconds slower.
£49 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma Pro9500 represents Canon's entry into the higher end of the photo printer market, which includes Epson's Stylus Photo R2400 and Hewlett-Packard's…
£599 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma MP180 has no colour LCD, with only a mono display on which to edit any preferences not covered by dedicated hardware buttons.
£69 inc VAT
A little thicker and a little heavier than some other ultra-compact cameras, despite its mainly plastic construction the 7.1Mp Canon IXUS 75 has superb build-quality…
£219 inc VAT
The low-price Canon Pixma MP210 multifunction printer will be a bargain only if you can tolerate a confusing control panel and sparse copy capabilities.
£59 inc VAT
It's slow and a bit clunky, but the Canon Selphy CP740's photo prints look smooth.
£79 inc VAT
Canon pretty much invented the digital SLR market and its 350D proved wildly popular, winning awards left, right and centre. The Canon EOS 400D is well on its way to…
£400 inc VAT
Sleek and silver, Canon's PowerShot SD850 IS exemplifies its Digital Elph line: solidly built, beautifully designed and sweet to use. One of three Digital Elphs we've…
£195 inc VAT
The Canon Pixma mini320 is a compact photo printer featuring a special scrollwheel that makes printing photos an easy, smooth experience.
£99 inc VAT