Prints and faxes from, as well as scans to, a PC
Will do its job well
Standalone copier and fax
One of the cheapest printers around
Generous paper capacity
Great-looking glossy photos
Very good text and excellent photos
Versatile paper handling
Midrange or better speeds
Great print quality
'Big and heavy'
'A3 capable printer'
'The MP620 is compatible with SD Memory Card, SDHC, Micro SD, MultiMedia Card (v4.1), MultiMediaCard Plus (v.4.1), RS-MMC, Compact Flash Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, xD-Picture Card, xD-Picture Card (Type M) and xD-Picture Card (Type H).'
'The only issue I saw worth mentioning was a slight tint in a monochrome test photo, which obviously won't be an issue unless you print black-and-white photos.'
'Flimsy rear input; no ADF or duplexing.'
'It enables quick and easy photocopying and scanning of existing photo prints into your computer, all via an intuitive interface built around a clear 2.5-inch colour LCD.'
'Colour documents were equally sharp, with just a slightly orangey-red to keep the iP4600 from top marks – something we didn't find in the old iP4500.'
'Graphics are good enough for any internal business use, with no serious flaws other than a tendency to lose thin lines.'
'tastiest looking inkjet prints'
'Slow while printing text.'
The Canon Pixma MX700's dark-grey exterior looks serious and ready for work.'
'versatile printer features'
'This printer was very capable and produced great prints and fast scans, but it only worked with one computer at a time.'
'somewhat limited fax functions and task speeds'
'capable all-in-one device'
'compatible digital camera or camera phone even a Bluetooth device'
'The Canon Pixma MP980 was very easy to setup on my mixed Vista/Mac network.'
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