• Canon PIXMA iP100 Mobile Photo Printer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Canon PIXMA iP100 Mobile Photo Printer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Canon PIXMA iP100 Mobile Photo Printer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Compatible with CLI-36 Ink Tanks & PGI-35 Pigment Black Ink Tanks. Save Even More On Combo/Value Packs!
  • Compact photo printer offers lab-quality prints with take-anywhere portability. Measures a compact 12.7 x 2.4 x 7.2 inches (WxHxD)
  • Black-and-white documents print at 20 ppm
  • color at 14 ppm
  • Patented print head uses 1,856 nozzles for outstanding print quality at 9600 x 2400 dpi
  • Support for IrDA and PictBridge lets you print directly from cameras and cell phones

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DO NOT BE A CHEAP-SKATE LIKE I WAS....BUY THE CANON BU-30 BLUETOOTH ADAPTER!!! You can argue that the printer SHOULD work perfectly with ANY adapter. You can argue that the printer SHOULD come with wireless or the Canon adapter SHOULD come with the printer. That's not the case. DEAL WITH IT....DON'T BE LIKE I WAS....don't buy generic Bluetooth adapters and try to figure out how to make them work with the device...they WON'T.The Canon PIXMA iP100 Mobile Photo Printer works perfectly. It's a fantastic device that is compact enough to fit inside my briefcase and excellent enough to create beautiful prints of documents or photographs. The device is absolutely incomparable and will make you the envy of those around you. As a criminal trial attorney, this is really going to make my life in the courtroom so much easier. It works seamlessly with my Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 using the Printhand App....BUT BUY THE CANON ACCESSORIES!! STOP BEING CHEAP....I would give this device 5 stars if it came with the Bluetooth wireless already installed within the device...Canon needs to fix this for its future compact printers. Whatever idiots got together in their committee and thought it would be fine to sell this printer as is without the battery attachment I had to buy and the Bluetooth wireless adapter don't know a single thing about building customer excitement and loyalty. They did a great disservice to this excellent device. 4Beats HP's Portable Printer I am a road warrior, traveling 5 or 6 days per week. My printer gets a daily workout...I ride it hard and hang it up wet. My luggage is always carry on, so my Pixma is crammed under seats and stuffed in overhead bins, tossed into the trunks of rental cars, etc. In my profession (legal), quality matters and the Pixma delivers. I formerly had three HPs bought in rapid succession because they would never last more than 10 months or so; I got the HPs because of the name, but experience taught me differently . I just replaced my first Canon after 4 years plus and am very happy it lasted so long. If you do not travel to the extent I do, yours will likely last longer and just keep on keeping on.The Pixma has one small little flaw that is not fatal, but merely annoying. In transit, a paper guide behind the front flap where the paper emerges spontaneously moves to the left about a half inch (likely due to vibration, getting jostled, etc.). A box will pop up on your screen advising you of the fact, so you must use your finger and nudge it tot he right because your print job will halt until you make this little adjustment, After happening a couple times, checking the position of this little plastic part becomes a part of setting the Pixma up, so it is no big deal...just a small detail to prepare you.Otherwise, a great little machine, reasonable in cost and long on performance and lifespan. 5Compact printing when away from home. Being away from home can be frustrating when you need to print something out. I needed something for an extended period of time and that would not be too intrusive in a small apartment. This printer is very small and I keep it folded up on my dinner table until I need it. However, it is not too small to handle letter and A4 paper, which meets my needs.It is not very fast, maybe two pages per minute? But you wouldn't want to print out a book with this printer. It is good for travel documents, boarding passes, IRS documents, directions from Google Maps, and that sort of thing. I don't print out photos, but I imagine it would work well for that too.For a few bucks I bought a standard replacement cable for the power supply that has a European connector on it. It looks nicer than the adapter plugs.I haven't used up the ink that came with it yet, so I can only say that it looks like I'll get about 100 pages out of one cartridge. That's not cheap, but not too bad either, maybe 15 cents a page.The Windows 7 software works well and has a bunch of features that I haven't tried but could be useful. For Ubuntu Linux, not so good: there are no drivers from Canon. Ubuntu found some generic drivers, but they don't work through the Bluetooth interface, so I don't print directly from Ubuntu. Instead, I create a bunch of PDF files and then switch over to Windows to do the printing.Pros: compact, good Windows 7 driver, impresses anyone who sees it.Cons: no Ubuntu Linux support. 4Great little printer To be honest, I don't usually like to buy tech items that are more than a few years old, but after reading all the rave reviews on this printer I decided to take a chance. And then after receiving the printer and using it a few times, I purchased two more for work (one for photos, the other for paper/reports). It's small and light enough to fit in a briefcase along with a macbook air without being at all bulky or cumbersome.Not sure what I can add to the other 400+ reviewers, but I'll share my recent experience.I shot a corporate golf event last month. My dSLR was tethered to a macbook air (running lightroom) and I was using two iP100 printers.. one plugged into the MBA and the other one connected via bluetooth. I was set up outside the clubhouse on a picnic table taking pictures of the golf foursomes when I could grab them between holes, and had to print four, 4x6 prints for each of the 39 foursomes (three groups started at each of the par-5's) before the end of the event. Between this event and previous usage, I would estimate that I got ~100 to 120, 4x6 or 5x7 prints, onto Canon photo paper, from one color cartridge. I want to add one more thing to my story. The prints were getting rave reviews from everyone - the colors were brilliant - and based on how things turned out, I had one of the golfers book me to shoot an event later this fall.Sorry for the wall of text, but I'm really happy with this device and I highly recommend it to others in need of a portable, high quality photo (or even paper) printer. 5BEST BUY Im not going to repeat all the features here. You can read that in the product description. I can verify that it is all as advertise. I will tell you that this is what Ive been searching for for a long time but they just didn't make it yet.- Very small footprint which is most desirable.- Very stylish design [its beautiful]- Very portable [works on the fly on battery power or A.C.]- Very high quality prints [photos or standard document text]- BLUETOOTH feature [that means NO cable connection to your PC or Laptop]This is not for office use - meaning low volume and medium speed. Fast enough for personal use for that occasional need. You can stack at least 10 pages at a time [I don't know the limit]. This package does not include the battery kit [LK-62 Lithium Battery Kit], nor does it include the Bluetooth USB device [Canon BU-30]. If you are new to Bluetooth you will also need to buy a USB Bluetooth plug in for your PC [ask the salesman to set you up]. The ink cartridges [35-Black / 36-Color] are small but still big enough to give you ample prints, and very affordable. I suggest you buy extra refills up-front before you run dry. As far as the complaints people are writing, I think they are mistaken or just are technically challenged. This is a great printer! 5I love these little machines I had an iP90. It stopped working, and could not find a place to fix it. So I bought the iP100 because the 90 was priced too high. So far (six months of use), everything so good. I like the fact that it is compact, and the ink cartridges are not too expensive.I later found a place to fix the iP90. I was told ink had dried inside the head cleaner part (not the printer head). They placed the part in a solution and were able to get my old iP90 working again. However, they told me I will face the same problem with all of these models if they are left unused for long periods of time. I was told I should print at least one or two pages each week to keep them from clogging. I hope that by abiding with these instructions I will now have two very good printers for a long time. We'll see!Added on 3/5/2014, and yes, it does NOT come with a printer cable (why Canon????) so, unless you have another printer (which is my case), plan on buying the cable. 5Very fine portable printer with a couple of minor flaws I have purchased several of these for employees to use when they travel. They are outstanding - I use the Bluetooth (mounted inside the printer) and I use the external battery on all of them. I have two complaints, thought. The first is that sometimes when you need to replace the ink, the cartridges do not move to the center of the printer for easy replacement, and if you force them, even gently, the printer seems to not be able to get them back in the proper place. When I am on a job, printing several copies of a document, and want to replace the ink on the fly, it can be a challenge, and if I rush it, it becomes very difficult or even impossible to get the printer to operate properly. For some reason, though, if you shut it totally down and wait a while before restarting, it will often realign properly. TIP - change the cartridge BEFORE you really need to. Saving a few bucks on the ink can create havoc if you need to print something and the ink goes dry. I do like that it continues to print, though, even when the cartridge is going dry, unlike the similar HP printer which just shuts down when the ink is low.My other complaint is that the ink cartridges need to hold more ink! I wish Canon sold a version of the cartridge with a greater amount of ink in it. The cartridges are not cheap, of course, and they require frequent replacement. However, the convenience of the lightweight, totally wireless Bluetooth printer is really great. 4No black and white printing option I wanted a small mobile printer only because I have limited space where my computer is located and I wanted a printer small enough to keep in a drawer for those occasional times when I want to print out a document without having to go to the other side of the house where my main printer is located. This printer fits the bill as far as being surprisingly small and printing quickly with good quality. It was fairly easy to set up, even though I'm not very tech savvy. I even purchased the separate bluetooth attachment which also works well. The only problem is that since this technically considered a photo printer, you do not have an option of printing a color document in black and white in order to save your color ink cartridge.I spoke with customer service who confirmed this. The upside is that customer service was very helpful and double-checked to make sure that there was no way to print only in black and white. I have not had the printer long enough to see how many pages I can print before having to change the cartridges, but I have been told that the capacity is not as great as an HP printer. If the inability to print in black and white is not an issue, then I can definitely recommend this printer. 4hardy happy so I purchased this for work travel. Its small, color and prints paper, card and envelopes. what its supposed to do. Not super fast but it is a BJ. so speed is not what im was looking for. quality and function is what I need.I've done probably about 50-60 trips internationally with this thing in about 2 years and occasionally it comes out (more recently) and gets a bit jammed up before the paper goes thru square, some physical coercion and its printing like a champ again (yay).. I think finally its starting to say. "stop putting me in your checked baggage and flying to far far, foreign wacky places". Indeed those places that handle your bags like soccer balls, I love turning up and finding my bag absolutely soaked because it sat out in the snow for 8 hours in Almaty airport. I mean its pretty beat up scratches and now the plastic paint is wearing off.. its hard to imagine its come this far. Im thinking I should make a small plywood box for my next one maybe... or change career.So far it still works, but im waiting for the day it stops. FOR SURE I will just buy another one no question. I don't know how I lived without it. I buy the non canon cartridges in bulk on amazon and they work well too and a lot cheaper. In fact I use this thing more than my big multifunction unit at the house that always seem to be out of ink or making a software update... in fact if you want to buy my old multi-function you can have it. Does anyone still use a scanner ?Paper tray is awesome fits about 20-30 sheets of plain paper.If I wasn't such a cheap b()*& I would buy the Bluetooth adapter for $45, but i'm saving up to buy ink cartiridges for my at home multi-function mega unit that doesn't make coffee... did I mention Im selling this huge heap of HP crap ?yes happy with my little cannon printer!:-) 5Canon iP100 Quick Guide I'm coming off a 5 year road warrior relationship with an HP 450cbi mobile printer. Consumables on the HP 450 were running double that of the iP100. HP mobile printers in the 460 and 470 models are considerably more expensive than the iP100. HP appears to be price pointing an HP Officejet Mobile 100 against the iP100. Weights for each of the above mobile printers are nearly equal - around 5 pounds. The iP100 is about an inch smaller dimensionally and for this reason, the iP100 fits in my Briggs & Riley brief comfortably. The HP 450 had to be lugged in a separate case which was extremely inconvenient. I purchased this iP100 on Amazon for $171 with free shipping.Here is the breakdown on supplies:You will need a USB printer cable with the iP100. Go here for a 3 foot cable;http://www.amazon.com/Printer-Cable-Black-CANON-BROTHER/dp/B005GX3OTUor here for a 6 foot cable;http://www.amazon.com/Canon-Pixma-iP100-Printer-Compatible/dp/B0057CL3D4A Bluetooth adapter does not ship with the iP100. Go here;http://www.amazon.com/Bu-30-Bluetooth-Adapter-Pixma-Printer/dp/B005XY6IVI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1391454070&sr=8-2&keywords=Canon+Pixma+Ip100+Bluetooth+AdapterI'm not an advocate of Bluetooth printing while on the road. It's slower and unreliable in my experience. When I'm on the road, time is of the essence and I don't have to worry about dropped printing queues while on a USB printing cable. A print error when seconds are on the line will ruin your day. The time it takes to get a printer back on line and documents back on queue just isn't worth my time or the risk. I use a 3 foot USB cable for this reason.For ink refills, go here;http://www.amazon.com/Ink-Toner-Finder/b?ie=UTF8&node=672508011Locating a carrying case is problematic. Google "14 x 9 x 4 carrying case" then click on images and you might find a case to your liking. There is a chance the iP100 will fit your laptop brief like it did mine.The iP100 is priced less than half of what I paid for my HP 450. This mobile Canon iP100 printer surpasses all my practical mobile printing needs where the HP mobile printer fell short. For those of you looking for a price/performance advantage on a road warrior mobile printer, look no further, the iP100 in my opinion is your best option. 5
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DO NOT BE A CHEAP-SKATE LIKE I WAS....BUY THE CANON BU-30 BLUETOOTH ADAPTER!!! You can argue that the printer SHOULD work perfectly with ANY adapter. You can argue that the printer SHOULD come with wireless or the Canon adapter SHOULD come with the printer. That's not the case. DEAL WITH IT....DON'T BE LIKE I WAS....don't buy generic Bluetooth adapters and try to figure out how to make them work with the device...they WON'T.The Canon PIXMA iP100 Mobile Photo Printer works perfectly. It's a fantastic device that is compact enough to fit inside my briefcase and excellent enough to create beautiful prints of documents or photographs. The device is absolutely incomparable and will make you the envy of those around you. As a criminal trial attorney, this is really going to make my life in the courtroom so much easier. It works seamlessly with my Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 using the Printhand App....BUT BUY THE CANON ACCESSORIES!! STOP BEING CHEAP....I would give this device 5 stars if it came with the Bluetooth wireless already installed within the device...Canon needs to fix this for its future compact printers. Whatever idiots got together in their committee and thought it would be fine to sell this printer as is without the battery attachment I had to buy and the Bluetooth wireless adapter don't know a single thing about building customer excitement and loyalty. They did a great disservice to this excellent device. 4Beats HP's Portable Printer I am a road warrior, traveling 5 or 6 days per week. My printer gets a daily workout...I ride it hard and hang it up wet. My luggage is always carry on, so my Pixma is crammed under seats and stuffed in overhead bins, tossed into the trunks of rental cars, etc. In my profession (legal), quality matters and the Pixma delivers. I formerly had three HPs bought in rapid succession because they would never last more than 10 months or so; I got the HPs because of the name, but experience taught me differently . I just replaced my first Canon after 4 years plus and am very happy it lasted so long. If you do not travel to the extent I do, yours will likely last longer and just keep on keeping on.The Pixma has one small little flaw that is not fatal, but merely annoying. In transit, a paper guide behind the front flap where the paper emerges spontaneously moves to the left about a half inch (likely due to vibration, getting jostled, etc.). A box will pop up on your screen advising you of the fact, so you must use your finger and nudge it tot he right because your print job will halt until you make this little adjustment, After happening a couple times, checking the position of this little plastic part becomes a part of setting the Pixma up, so it is no big deal...just a small detail to prepare you.Otherwise, a great little machine, reasonable in cost and long on performance and lifespan. 5Compact printing when away from home. Being away from home can be frustrating when you need to print something out. I needed something for an extended period of time and that would not be too intrusive in a small apartment. This printer is very small and I keep it folded up on my dinner table until I need it. However, it is not too small to handle letter and A4 paper, which meets my needs.It is not very fast, maybe two pages per minute? But you wouldn't want to print out a book with this printer. It is good for travel documents, boarding passes, IRS documents, directions from Google Maps, and that sort of thing. I don't print out photos, but I imagine it would work well for that too.For a few bucks I bought a standard replacement cable for the power supply that has a European connector on it. It looks nicer than the adapter plugs.I haven't used up the ink that came with it yet, so I can only say that it looks like I'll get about 100 pages out of one cartridge. That's not cheap, but not too bad either, maybe 15 cents a page.The Windows 7 software works well and has a bunch of features that I haven't tried but could be useful. For Ubuntu Linux, not so good: there are no drivers from Canon. Ubuntu found some generic drivers, but they don't work through the Bluetooth interface, so I don't print directly from Ubuntu. Instead, I create a bunch of PDF files and then switch over to Windows to do the printing.Pros: compact, good Windows 7 driver, impresses anyone who sees it.Cons: no Ubuntu Linux support. 4Great little printer To be honest, I don't usually like to buy tech items that are more than a few years old, but after reading all the rave reviews on this printer I decided to take a chance. And then after receiving the printer and using it a few times, I purchased two more for work (one for photos, the other for paper/reports). It's small and light enough to fit in a briefcase along with a macbook air without being at all bulky or cumbersome.Not sure what I can add to the other 400+ reviewers, but I'll share my recent experience.I shot a corporate golf event last month. My dSLR was tethered to a macbook air (running lightroom) and I was using two iP100 printers.. one plugged into the MBA and the other one connected via bluetooth. I was set up outside the clubhouse on a picnic table taking pictures of the golf foursomes when I could grab them between holes, and had to print four, 4x6 prints for each of the 39 foursomes (three groups started at each of the par-5's) before the end of the event. Between this event and previous usage, I would estimate that I got ~100 to 120, 4x6 or 5x7 prints, onto Canon photo paper, from one color cartridge. I want to add one more thing to my story. The prints were getting rave reviews from everyone - the colors were brilliant - and based on how things turned out, I had one of the golfers book me to shoot an event later this fall.Sorry for the wall of text, but I'm really happy with this device and I highly recommend it to others in need of a portable, high quality photo (or even paper) printer. 5BEST BUY Im not going to repeat all the features here. You can read that in the product description. I can verify that it is all as advertise. I will tell you that this is what Ive been searching for for a long time but they just didn't make it yet.- Very small footprint which is most desirable.- Very stylish design [its beautiful]- Very portable [works on the fly on battery power or A.C.]- Very high quality prints [photos or standard document text]- BLUETOOTH feature [that means NO cable connection to your PC or Laptop]This is not for office use - meaning low volume and medium speed. Fast enough for personal use for that occasional need. You can stack at least 10 pages at a time [I don't know the limit]. This package does not include the battery kit [LK-62 Lithium Battery Kit], nor does it include the Bluetooth USB device [Canon BU-30]. If you are new to Bluetooth you will also need to buy a USB Bluetooth plug in for your PC [ask the salesman to set you up]. The ink cartridges [35-Black / 36-Color] are small but still big enough to give you ample prints, and very affordable. I suggest you buy extra refills up-front before you run dry. As far as the complaints people are writing, I think they are mistaken or just are technically challenged. This is a great printer! 5I love these little machines I had an iP90. It stopped working, and could not find a place to fix it. So I bought the iP100 because the 90 was priced too high. So far (six months of use), everything so good. I like the fact that it is compact, and the ink cartridges are not too expensive.I later found a place to fix the iP90. I was told ink had dried inside the head cleaner part (not the printer head). They placed the part in a solution and were able to get my old iP90 working again. However, they told me I will face the same problem with all of these models if they are left unused for long periods of time. I was told I should print at least one or two pages each week to keep them from clogging. I hope that by abiding with these instructions I will now have two very good printers for a long time. We'll see!Added on 3/5/2014, and yes, it does NOT come with a printer cable (why Canon????) so, unless you have another printer (which is my case), plan on buying the cable. 5Very fine portable printer with a couple of minor flaws I have purchased several of these for employees to use when they travel. They are outstanding - I use the Bluetooth (mounted inside the printer) and I use the external battery on all of them. I have two complaints, thought. The first is that sometimes when you need to replace the ink, the cartridges do not move to the center of the printer for easy replacement, and if you force them, even gently, the printer seems to not be able to get them back in the proper place. When I am on a job, printing several copies of a document, and want to replace the ink on the fly, it can be a challenge, and if I rush it, it becomes very difficult or even impossible to get the printer to operate properly. For some reason, though, if you shut it totally down and wait a while before restarting, it will often realign properly. TIP - change the cartridge BEFORE you really need to. Saving a few bucks on the ink can create havoc if you need to print something and the ink goes dry. I do like that it continues to print, though, even when the cartridge is going dry, unlike the similar HP printer which just shuts down when the ink is low.My other complaint is that the ink cartridges need to hold more ink! I wish Canon sold a version of the cartridge with a greater amount of ink in it. The cartridges are not cheap, of course, and they require frequent replacement. However, the convenience of the lightweight, totally wireless Bluetooth printer is really great. 4No black and white printing option I wanted a small mobile printer only because I have limited space where my computer is located and I wanted a printer small enough to keep in a drawer for those occasional times when I want to print out a document without having to go to the other side of the house where my main printer is located. This printer fits the bill as far as being surprisingly small and printing quickly with good quality. It was fairly easy to set up, even though I'm not very tech savvy. I even purchased the separate bluetooth attachment which also works well. The only problem is that since this technically considered a photo printer, you do not have an option of printing a color document in black and white in order to save your color ink cartridge.I spoke with customer service who confirmed this. The upside is that customer service was very helpful and double-checked to make sure that there was no way to print only in black and white. I have not had the printer long enough to see how many pages I can print before having to change the cartridges, but I have been told that the capacity is not as great as an HP printer. If the inability to print in black and white is not an issue, then I can definitely recommend this printer. 4hardy happy so I purchased this for work travel. Its small, color and prints paper, card and envelopes. what its supposed to do. Not super fast but it is a BJ. so speed is not what im was looking for. quality and function is what I need.I've done probably about 50-60 trips internationally with this thing in about 2 years and occasionally it comes out (more recently) and gets a bit jammed up before the paper goes thru square, some physical coercion and its printing like a champ again (yay).. I think finally its starting to say. "stop putting me in your checked baggage and flying to far far, foreign wacky places". Indeed those places that handle your bags like soccer balls, I love turning up and finding my bag absolutely soaked because it sat out in the snow for 8 hours in Almaty airport. I mean its pretty beat up scratches and now the plastic paint is wearing off.. its hard to imagine its come this far. Im thinking I should make a small plywood box for my next one maybe... or change career.So far it still works, but im waiting for the day it stops. FOR SURE I will just buy another one no question. I don't know how I lived without it. I buy the non canon cartridges in bulk on amazon and they work well too and a lot cheaper. In fact I use this thing more than my big multifunction unit at the house that always seem to be out of ink or making a software update... in fact if you want to buy my old multi-function you can have it. Does anyone still use a scanner ?Paper tray is awesome fits about 20-30 sheets of plain paper.If I wasn't such a cheap b()*& I would buy the Bluetooth adapter for $45, but i'm saving up to buy ink cartiridges for my at home multi-function mega unit that doesn't make coffee... did I mention Im selling this huge heap of HP crap ?yes happy with my little cannon printer!:-) 5Canon iP100 Quick Guide I'm coming off a 5 year road warrior relationship with an HP 450cbi mobile printer. Consumables on the HP 450 were running double that of the iP100. HP mobile printers in the 460 and 470 models are considerably more expensive than the iP100. HP appears to be price pointing an HP Officejet Mobile 100 against the iP100. Weights for each of the above mobile printers are nearly equal - around 5 pounds. The iP100 is about an inch smaller dimensionally and for this reason, the iP100 fits in my Briggs & Riley brief comfortably. The HP 450 had to be lugged in a separate case which was extremely inconvenient. I purchased this iP100 on Amazon for $171 with free shipping.Here is the breakdown on supplies:You will need a USB printer cable with the iP100. Go here for a 3 foot cable;http://www.amazon.com/Printer-Cable-Black-CANON-BROTHER/dp/B005GX3OTUor here for a 6 foot cable;http://www.amazon.com/Canon-Pixma-iP100-Printer-Compatible/dp/B0057CL3D4A Bluetooth adapter does not ship with the iP100. Go here;http://www.amazon.com/Bu-30-Bluetooth-Adapter-Pixma-Printer/dp/B005XY6IVI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1391454070&sr=8-2&keywords=Canon+Pixma+Ip100+Bluetooth+AdapterI'm not an advocate of Bluetooth printing while on the road. It's slower and unreliable in my experience. When I'm on the road, time is of the essence and I don't have to worry about dropped printing queues while on a USB printing cable. A print error when seconds are on the line will ruin your day. The time it takes to get a printer back on line and documents back on queue just isn't worth my time or the risk. I use a 3 foot USB cable for this reason.For ink refills, go here;http://www.amazon.com/Ink-Toner-Finder/b?ie=UTF8&node=672508011Locating a carrying case is problematic. Google "14 x 9 x 4 carrying case" then click on images and you might find a case to your liking. There is a chance the iP100 will fit your laptop brief like it did mine.The iP100 is priced less than half of what I paid for my HP 450. This mobile Canon iP100 printer surpasses all my practical mobile printing needs where the HP mobile printer fell short. For those of you looking for a price/performance advantage on a road warrior mobile printer, look no further, the iP100 in my opinion is your best option. 5
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