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As an urbanite living in a tiny apartment, space to house all of the requisite equipment for my digital darkroom is at a premium. Given these constraints, I've always been drawn to the idea of combining my printer and scanner into a single multifunction device, but I haven't been willing to make the compromises in both printer and scanner performance that these all-in-one devices tend to make. Thankfully, the times have changed, and the Canon Pixma MP970 Photo All-In-One Printer is proof of just how far both consumer-level printing and scanning technology have come - with the printing and scanning power to keep even photo enthusiasts happy while successfully pulling double duty as a general home/home office print and copy solution.
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