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Comparing Canon Pixma PRO-10 and Canon Pixma Pro-100

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  • The PIXMA PRO-10 shares technology with the rest of the PIXMA PRO line utilizing the Optimum Image Generating System to ensure what you envision is exactly what you get
  • The combination of Pigment based inks and Chroma Optimizer adds uniform glossiness, a wide color gamut and dense blacks for the satisfaction of the professional user
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  • 8 Dye based inks for amazing gradients and color, 3 of which are dedicated grayscale inks for beautiful black & white prints
  • The Optimum Image Generating System reproduces colors as you intend them by logically selecting the optimum ink combination and placement. Output tray capacity auto sheet feeder: 150 sheets of plain paper; 20 sheets photo paper (4x6); 10 sheets (letter/8x10); 1 sheet (A3+). Manual feeder: 1 sheet of photo paper (all sizes)
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Consumer Score
Avg. customer reviews:
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In comparison:
Canon Pixma PRO-10 ranks #61 out of 175.
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6.8
Good
Popularity Score
Less-known
Popularity rank: 120 / 190
44%
Consumer Score
Avg. customer reviews:
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In comparison:
Canon Pixma Pro-100 ranks #25 out of 175. It is in the top 20%.
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7.7
Good
Popularity Score
Consumer score distribution.
Canon Pixma Pro-100 ranks #25 and Canon Pixma PRO-10 ranks #61

Customers like Canon Pixma Pro-100 noticeably more

Canon Pixma Pro-100, the cheaper option, tends to get more favorable reviews than Canon Pixma PRO-10 [ 4.3 vs 4.1 ]. In our awesomeness score Canon Pixma Pro-100 ranks #20 out of 190 and Canon Pixma PRO-10 ranks #57 out of 190.

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Canon Pixma Pro-100 is more popular

It's fairly safe to say that Canon Pixma Pro-100 is a more popular printer, based on its 1,000+ reviews. In our popularity score Canon Pixma Pro-100 ranks #46 out of 190 and Canon Pixma PRO-10 ranks #119 out of 190.

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To consider

Customers who view Canon Pixma PRO-10 and Pro-100 often consider Canon Pixma Pro-100, a pricier option.
Table: Top compared alternatives for Canon Pixma PRO-10 and Pro-100
Canon Pixma Pro-100 $710
Avg. customer reviews:
4.3 Read reviews
In comparison:
Canon Pixma Pro-100 ranks #25 out of 175. It is in the top 20%.
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7.7
Good
Epson Stylus C88+ $894
Avg. customer reviews:
4.0 Read reviews
In comparison:
Epson Stylus C88+ ranks #75 out of 175.
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6.5
Average
Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 77 / 190
64%
Brother MFCJ6930DW $804
Avg. customer reviews:
4.1 Read reviews
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Brother MFCJ6930DW ranks #57 out of 175.
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6.9
Good
Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 110 / 190
48%
Epson WF-7710 $659
Avg. customer reviews:
4.3 Read reviews
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Epson WF-7710 ranks #13 out of 175. It is in the top 20%.
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7.9
Great
Very popular
Popularity rank: 31 / 190
86%
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Overview

Technical summary

Canon Pixma PRO-10 is a $1000 wireless injket printer.

Canon Pixma PRO-10 allows printing via Wi-Fi, a mobile phone/tablet, AirPrint, a USB cable and an Ethernet cable.

Canon Pixma Pro-100 is a $710 wireless injket printer.

It prints at the speed of 1.2 ppm (1.2 ppm in color).

Canon Pixma Pro-100 allows printing via Wi-Fi, a mobile phone/tablet, AirPrint, a USB cable and an Ethernet cable.

What are they good for?

Are they good for
Occasional Home Use

Neither printer is great for Occasional Home Use.
Not great for Occasional Home Use
If you're looking for a good Home Printer, check out HP OfficeJet 3830
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Recommended Printing Volume
Important
  • No build-in Scanner/Copier
  • Two-Sided Printing not supported
  • No status display
Somewhat Important
  • No touchscreen
  • No flatbed scanner
  • No ADF Scanner
Not great for Occasional Home Use
If you're looking for a good Home Printer, check out HP OfficeJet 3830
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Recommended Printing Volume
Important
  • No build-in Scanner/Copier
  • Two-Sided Printing not supported
  • No status display
Somewhat Important
  • No touchscreen
  • No flatbed scanner
  • No ADF Scanner
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3 Best Printers for Occasional Home Use

Currently, median printer for Occasional Home Use will cost you $339. Budget options start at $89.89 and go up to $749.99 .
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Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 175 pages per month
Important
  • Built-in Scanner & Copier
  • Two-Sided Printing not supported
  • Status Display
Somewhat Important
  • Touch Screen Status Display
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • ADF Scanner
Nice to haves
  • Borderless Printing
  • Scan to PDF
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 350 pages per month
Important
  • Built-in Scanner & Copier
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
Somewhat Important
  • Touch Screen Status Display
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • No ADF Scanner
Nice to haves
  • Scan to Email
  • Scan to PDF
  • Colored Status Display
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 350 pages per month
Important
  • Built-in Scanner & Copier
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
Somewhat Important
  • Touch Screen Status Display
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • ADF Scanner
Nice to haves
  • Borderless Printing
  • Scan to Email
  • Scan to PDF
  • Colored Status Display

Are they good for
Small Office Use

Neither printer is great for Small Office Use.
Not great for Small Office Use
If you're looking for a good Small Office Printer, check out Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3720
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Recommended Printing Volume
  • Two-Sided Printing not supported
  • No Status Display
  • No Automatic Document Feeder
Important
  • Can't scan to email
  • Can't scan to PDFs
  • No TouchScreen
Somewhat Important
  • No Flatbed Scanner
  • No Fax
  • Ethernet
Not great for Small Office Use
If you're looking for a good Small Office Printer, check out Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3720
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Recommended Printing Volume
  • Two-Sided Printing not supported
  • No Status Display
  • No Automatic Document Feeder
Important
  • Can't scan to email
  • Can't scan to PDFs
  • No TouchScreen
Somewhat Important
  • No Flatbed Scanner
  • No Fax
  • Ethernet
For reference

3 Best Printers for Small Office Use

Currently, median printer for Small Office Use will cost you $284.70. Budget options start at $148.97 and go up to $375 .
Ranking is updated every hour
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 800 pages per month
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
  • Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
Important
  • Scan-To-Email
  • Scan to PDF
  • TouchScreen
Somewhat Important
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Fax
  • Ethernet
Nice to haves
  • Colored Status Display
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 350 pages per month
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
  • Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
Important
  • Scan-To-Email
  • Scan to PDF
  • TouchScreen
Somewhat Important
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Fax
  • Ethernet
Nice to haves
  • Colored Status Display
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 600 pages per month
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
  • Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
Important
  • Scan-To-Email
  • Can't scan to PDFs
  • No TouchScreen
Somewhat Important
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Fax
  • No Ethernet Port
Nice to haves
  • Colored Status Display

Are they good for
Heavy Office Use

Neither printer is great for Heavy Office Use.
Not great for Heavy Office Use
If you're looking for a good Heavy-Usage Printer, check out Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4720
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Recommended Printing Volume
  • Two-Sided Printing not supported
  • Does not have a status display
  • No Automatic Document Feeder
  • Print speed
  • Scan-to-Email not supported
  • No TouchScreen
  • Can't scan to PDF
Somewhat Important
  • No flatbed scanner
  • No fax
  • Ethernet
Not great for Heavy Office Use
If you're looking for a good Heavy-Usage Printer, check out Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4720
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Recommended Printing Volume
  • Two-Sided Printing not supported
  • Does not have a status display
  • No Automatic Document Feeder
  • Print speed is 1.18 pages per minute
  • Scan-to-Email not supported
  • No TouchScreen
  • Can't scan to PDF
Somewhat Important
  • No flatbed scanner
  • No fax
  • Ethernet
For reference

3 Best Printers for Heavy Office Use

Currently, median printer for Heavy Office Use will cost you $804.30. Budget options start at $204.13 and go up to $1683.27 .
Ranking is updated every hour
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 1500 pages per month
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
  • Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
  • Print speed is 20 pages per minute
  • Scan-To-Email
  • TouchScreen
  • Scan to PDF
Somewhat Important
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Fax
  • Ethernet
Nice to haves
  • Colored Status Display
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 1500 pages per month
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
  • Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
  • Print speed is 20 pages per minute
  • Scan-To-Email
  • TouchScreen
  • Scan to PDF
Somewhat Important
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Fax
  • Ethernet
Nice to haves
  • Colored Status Display
Must-haves
  • Wireless Printing
  • Designed to print about 1300 pages per month
  • Two-Sided Printing
  • Status Display
  • Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
  • Print speed is 19 pages per minute
  • Scan-To-Email
  • TouchScreen
  • Scan to PDF
Somewhat Important
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Fax
  • Ethernet
Nice to haves
  • Colored Status Display
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Is the price difference of $289 worth it?

It depends on what you need from a Printer. We'll break it down for you.
Comparison summary:
Advantages of Canon Pixma PRO-10:
  • It is a little bit quieter.
Advantages of Canon Pixma Pro-100:
  • It is $289.99 cheaper
Alright, now let's go into details.
1 differences we consider important:
  • Canon Pixma PRO-10 is a little bit quieter.
    When printing, Canon Pixma Pro-100 has a loudness of 38 dB (decibels), while Canon Pixma PRO-10 measures at 34 dB.
    How loud is that? We made a decibel chart for you to reference.
6 similarities we think are important to mention:
  • Both printers can print over Wi-Fi
    Printing over Wi-Fi is a very common feature, available even in most budget models.
  • Both printers can print from mobile
    In most cases, if a printer supports wireless printing, it also supports Wi-Fi printing.
  • Neither printer supports has a scanner or a copier
    Scan and copy technology have a large hardware overlap. If a printer supports scanning, it will likely support copying.
  • Neither printer has an LCD status display.
    LCD status displays are very useful. Your printer can tell you if ink is low or paper is jammed.
  • Both printers produce the same quality black prints (4800 x 2400 DPI)
    Both printers have a maximum black DPI of 4800 x 2400. What is DPI? In short: the number of dots a printer "draws" per inch. Higher DPI means a higher quality print. It's not the easiest thing to understand, so if print quality is very important to you, we suggest reading an article on DPI.
    • 600 x 600 is more than enough DPI to print any kind of documents.
    • Higher DPI takes more ink to print, draining your cartridge/toner faster.
    • Whenever you see 'DPI', it's actually referring to the 'maximum DPI'. Your printer will often choose to lower the DPI where possible to conserve ink.
  • Both printers produce the same quality color prints (4800 x 2400 DPI)
    Both printers have a maximum color DPI of 4800 x 2400.
    • Unless you are a professional photographer, 1200 x 600 DPI will be fine for printing photos.
print Printing
Auto-Duplex Printing Duplex printing refers to the printer’s ability to print on both sides of a sheet of paper, or double-sided. When a printer is auto-duplex capable, it can print double-sided automatically. Manual dupl ... Show more
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No
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Borderless Printing Border-less printing (aka edgeless printing, bleed printing) is an ability to print without no margins. This is most commonly used to print posters, leaflets and, of course, photographs. Borderless pr ... Show more
Yes
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Yes
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Print Speed - Black Print speed measures how many pages a printer can print in one minute—in pages per minute, or PPM. This is a manufacturer reported number, so keep in mind that it’s in their best interest to report th ... Show more
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1.18 pages per minute
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Print Speed - Color
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1.18 pages per minute
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Print Resolution (DPI, Black) DPI (dots-per-inch) is the simplest way to measure quality of print. Dots per inch quite literally means the number of dots of ink in one square inch of print area. Higher DPI means better print quali ... Show more
4800 x 2400
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4800 x 2400
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Print Resolution (DPI, Color) When printing in Color, DPI of 600 is good for simple graphics and DPI of 1200 is good for photos.
4800 x 2400
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4800 x 2400
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scanner Scan, Fax, and Photocopy

The four main functions of printers are: printing, scanning, photocopying, and faxing. Either your device will be print only, print/scan/copy, or an all-in-one printer that does printing, scanning, copying, and faxing. Note that scanning and copying almost always come together, since the hardware for these features overlaps significantly. Generally speaking, all-in-one printers are larger, so those with space constraints may find this to be an inconvenience. Additionally, printers with a fax feature are typically more expensive. It would be wise to only consider this feature if you plan to fax often. If not, you’ll be satisfied with a print/scan/copy device.

Scanning Does this printer include a scanner?
No
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No
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Flatbed Scanner
N/ANo Scan Features
No
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Photocopying Can this printer be used as a photocopier?
No
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No
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Faxing Does this printer include the ability to send/receive faxes?
No
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No
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wifi_tethering Connectivity

Network printers can be wired or wireless. A printer with a wired network connection uses an Ethernet cord that connects directly to your router. A wireless printer connects to your home or office Wi-Fi network. Any computer also connected to your network can use your printer, whether it’s wired or wireless. You will have to install software, or printer drivers, on the computer before you can print. Also, there is a setup process for the printer to get it on the network. If your printer is not wireless, you’ll need to connect it directly to your computer via USB cable, which is not ideal if you have multiple users that need the printer simultaneously.

Outside of Wi-Fi, there are a number of ways a device can connect to a printer. If the printer is not wireless, you’ll have to connect to your printer via USB cable. Some people prefer using the wired connection because it allows for faster data transfers and quicker printing. Depending on the speed of your Wi-Fi and how strong the signal is, it can take time for the document to send from computer to printer over the network. Using a wired connection eliminates this issue. Other connections you may have are: Ethernet for wired connection to your network; Airprint or Google Cloud Print for quick direct printing over the cloud/internet; USB hard drive or memory card to print directly from storage devices; or PictBridge to print directly from cameras.

Can Print Over Wi-Fi
Yes
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Yes
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Can Connect with an Ethernet Cable Ethernet cable is that long cable you plug in your router.
Yes
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Yes
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Can connect with a USB cable
Yes
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Yes
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Can Print from Mobile You may also be able to print directly from your smartphone or tablet through features like AirPrint and Google Cloud Print, or from a brand-specific mobile app like Brother’s iPrint&Scan app. If you ... Show more
Yes
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Yes
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Supports AirPrint AirPrint allows you to print directly from certain Apple devices, such as an iPhone/iPad.
Yes
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Yes
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Supports HP ePrint Certain HP printers support a useful function called "ePrint" - it allows the user to send an email directly to the printer. This makes printing easier.
No
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No
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PictBridge If photos are one of your main print jobs, you may have a camera that is PictBridge compliant. PictBridge is built-in software that allows you to print directly from your camera. The camera is connect ... Show more
Yes
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Yes
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video_label LCD

Printers with an LCD screen/display give you the option to control some settings directly on the printer, such as a one-touch print, scan, copy, or fax. You may also be able to adjust print quality, preview the print job, and/or view connection settings. Some screens are programmed to offer setup instructions for easy installation. For those who are not particularly tech savvy, this could be helpful.

LCD Screen Display Does the printer have an LCD display screen to preview the print job and settings?
No
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No
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Physical Features
Weight

44 lbs
 
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43 lbs
 
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Dimensions
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Noise Level How loud a printer can be is measured in the standard sound unit called decibels, or dB. The higher the dB rating, the louder the machine is. Also, the closer you are to the machine, the louder it wil ... Show more
33.9 dB
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38.5 dB
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Paper
Supported Paper Sizes Not all printers can handle all sizes of paper. If you plan to print photos, envelopes, labels, or other variations from the typical 8.5x11" letter paper, you’ll need a printer that has settings to su ... Show more
  • 4 x 6
  • 5 x 7
  • 8 x 10
  • Letter
  • Legal
  • 11 x 17
  • 13x 19
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  • 4 x 6
  • 5 x 7
  • 8 x 10
  • Letter
  • Legal
  • 11 x 17
  • 13 x 19
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Number of Trays How many paper trays does the printer have?
1
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1
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Paper Tray Capacity Paper tray capacity indicates the maximum number of sheets of paper that fit in the tray or document feeder. The main tray will likely hold the most paper; the printer may also have one or more backup ... Show more
150 sheets
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150 sheets
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Output Paper Tray Capacity Number of pages that fit in printer's output tray.
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50 pages
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Other Info
Power Consumption For the energy conscious, or those looking to cut down their power bill, the amount of power your printer consumes may be a concern to you. At different stages, such as in standby mode, while actively ... Show more
Standby = 2.3 W
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  • 2.3 watts standby mode
  • 19 watts operation mode
  • 0.3 watts Off
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Black
Black And Grey
Grey
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Key features
  • Optimum Image Generating System
  • Combination of Pigment based inks and Chroma Optimizer
  • Three dedicated monochrome inks

Canon Pixma PRO-10 is a well-known and one of the most expensive options. It's in the top 3 bestselling printers and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Epson Stylus Photo R2000 or Brother J6530DW .

Canon Pixma PRO-10 was released in 2012. There are a lot of newer printers on the market. Show newer Printers

Canon Pixma PRO-10 is $630.99 more expensive than an average printer ($369).

Key features
  • 8 Dye based inks
  • Optimum Image Generating System
  • Compatible with Individual CLI-42 Ink Tanks
  • 4800 x 2400 dpi with FINE technology
  • Print your Vision up to 13" x 19"

Canon Pixma Pro-100 is a very popular and one of the most expensive options. It's in the top 3 bestselling printers and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as HP PageWide Pro 577dw or HP PageWide Pro 477dn .

Canon Pixma Pro-100 was released in 2012. There are a lot of newer printers on the market. Show newer Printers

Canon Pixma Pro-100 is $341 more expensive than an average printer ($369).

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