My Canon Pixma ip3000 does it, and jolly nice they look too. It has a little tray with a circular depression to hold the disk, so if you don't remember getting one with your printer, it probably doesn't do it
Don't know if your printer does it or not but one word of warning. As you said they have to be printable disks, my mate bought some that he thought were printable, presummably because they were white. They weren't printable ones at all and the ink wouldn't dry. He had to wipe all the ink off with paper towels, he was careful not to get the ink on the data side so it wasn't that much hassle as he didn't lose the disks but was rather messy. He left one of them for a week and it still wasn't dry!
Many thanks to everyone who has responded to my question. Your advice is greatly appreciated.
As suggested, I have looked at Canon’s product pages, only to get myself thoroughly confused at their bewildering variety of printers. Being something of a dumb-dumb, I think I would suffer the same confusion whichever make I examined!
Here are my printer needs:
I am a small-time home PC user. I don’t do much printing but I like it to be good quality. I don’t think I need go to laser, I assume inkjet will be OK.
I want a colour printer, preferably one with separate colour ink tanks, so that individual colours can be replaced when required. I would like to print photos in reasonable / good quality up to A4. I also want to print onto DVDs, as indicated above.
I don’t need fax and I already have a good modern scanner / copier, so I don’t need a multiple use machine.
I have no idea about the relative merits of various makes of printer, although I am instinctively drawn towards Canon. Finally, although I’m not a cheapskate, I don’t want to spend an enormous amount of cash!
If any kind souls can recommend a printer to meet my needs I will be very grateful for any advice. Thanks, in advance.
No, you certainly don't need or want anything other than a standard inkjet. click here or click here. What was it that confused you about the Canon site? In the Bubblejet section, there is this, for example: click here.