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Canon i960 has 80KB; HP 7760 has 16MB.  Can there be that much of a difference???

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The difference in RAM is staggarring.  Am I missing something?  Thanks!!
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I would not base a decision solely on memory.  Picture quality is very important, and the Canon is pretty fast, too.  It also has those six separate color reservoirs, and one of the smallest droplet sizes: 2 picoliter.

A review of the Canon: http://www.steves-digicams.com/2003_reviews/canon_i960.html
4800x1200 dpi is nothing to sneeze at.

The HP7960 is reviewed at the same site: http://www.steves-digicams.com/2003_reviews/hp7960.html
It also produces nice images.
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I understand Canon i960 is one of the fastest on the market, but I just don't understand the 1/2 percent memory verses the HP model.

There are a lot of good reviews on the Canon i960, plus I very much like the six separate color cartridges.  I'm getting the i960.  The one reservation that I will hold onto is that the HP model has a better rating for B&W, of which I am kind of fond.

Thanks for the reply, Callandor.  I'm leaving this open for a couple days, hoping for a personal experience response.
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Thanks Callandor.  Wish I could have received more input from others.  I may resubmit the question worded a little differently.  If you recognize it as my question, please don't post so others will see that it has not been attempted an answer.  Thanks.
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Ok, will do.
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