A really great do-it-all printer!
This Canon printer is super wonderful! I also own the Canon PIXMA IP100 Mobile Photo Printer since Feb 2009. I love that printer because it was mobile, small and printed beautiful photos as well as documents. But lately is started to have a few problems (going to have it repaired) that I had to put it on the shelf for this new Canon MX452. I really wanted something that was 100% wireless without sending it a cloud. This printer does everything that is says it will do and more.
One of the cheapest printers around
Canon MX392 is one of the cheapest printers around. It's also very basic printer. There are no extra features at all. Also, if you print a lot, you might realize the high printing costs associated with this printer. I'd recommend getting it if you only print now and then.
Easy, simple, magic
Since I'm on the lap top in several different rooms, this is perfect for when I see a recipe I want to print. It's just magic. I hit print and my document appears in the other room. It's a good quality, simple printer. That's what we were looking for: good quality at a reasonable price. This fit the bill for us.
Low initial cost, All-in-One toner piece, Energy efficient
The Dell B1160w is nearly identical to the Samsung ML-2165w that we reviewed earlier this year thanks to a behind the scenes partnership so customers can expect a great product.
But like the Samsung ML-2165w, the one potential problem I see is that the B1160w is going to fall into niche market since it is an ultra compact single function monochrome laser printer.
Good print quality, Very compact
Don't be put off by this printer's overall scoreâ??it lost most of its points in the hardware section due to its limited range of functions. The Dell B1160w keeps its promises, delivering great print quality and low running costs in a very compact package. It's ideal for users looking for a black and white laser printer that prints well and doesn't take up too much room.
I would recommend this print/scan/copy machine to anyone. The quality it puts out, combined with the price, make this little baby a real winner. Being this was a first experience with Canon printers, they've sold me. I couldn't be happier. If I left anything of importance to you out or you have any questions please feel free to leave a comment. I always try to help out where I can. And again, this little gem deserves very strong consideration.
Performance surprisingly good
I would go so far as to say that this printer is a solid bet for someone who needs something that works the way you ask it, when you ask it, and how you ask it. It doesn't hurt that the pricetag is only $149.99-even though it might be a bit more than what your average spender is looking to plunk down on a printer, the value of buying a good, consistent, and efficient printer is high.
Sure, it's not flashy, and what printer is nowadays?
I am really impressed with this printer from Canon. It scans, prints, copies, prints 2-up, prints CD/DVD disks, etc. The included software is impressive and it is very compact for all-in-one device. It can be operated wireless or direct connect. I have it USB-connected to one computer and wireless to another plus an iPad. Setup on my network was flawless using the install CD and touch-screen operator panel.
Terrific and accurate color - when using Canon photo paper
As a photo printer with scanning and copying capabilities, the MG6320 will meet many - if not most - home users- printing needs. It's easy to set up and running, and it's good looking. But if you need high quality output on plain paper, we did not achieve this in our testing. If you plan on using the MG6320 to print photos or other high quality images for presentation purposes, stick with Canon's paper and you'll get good results.
Straight-through paper path
The Epson Workforce WF-2530WF is a well-designed, small footprint, four-function all-in-one which should be able to handle most of the functions required of a home office printer. Print quality is good, it's easy to maintain and has running costs about average for its class. The only drawback is the slowness of some printing and scanning tasks. If you can live with that, it should be on your shortlist.
Improved photo software, Longer-lasting inks
The PIXMA MG3220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One delivers excellent quality and convenience in a compact package. Built-in Wi-Fi technology allows you to easily print and scan wirelessly, from virtually anywhere around your house. Built-in AirPrint compatibility allows you to print right from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch wirelessly and with virtually no setup!
Slower than a crawling snail
Say hello to the Pixma MG3220, an entry-level inkjet printer by Canon. This multifunction printer managed to get achieve good color accuracy, but printed at a snail's pace. Given its stature and price point, this printer would do well for a family looking to do a moderate amount of printing.
Epson offers what every home office needs!
Just what we needed. Finally a company came out with a monochrome printer. Kudos to Epson. This printer is fast with excellent print quality. Wireless makes it easy to print from all our computers. Even the draft mode is fine for many printing jobs. Setup was quick and easy, just follow the instruction sheet and do it their way and you will have no trouble. Great printer.
Decent Value for the Money
In summary, this printer/scanner/copier should work fine in a home setting where compactness, quality and low cost are more important than speed. Some users complain that the standard ink cartridges don't last very long but each color can be replaced separately when a cartridge is empty. High-capacity cartridges are also available.
Low initial cost, Ease of use
I have to say I was disappointed with the Epson Expression Home XP-410. There are zero improvements on the previous generation Epson Expression Home XP-400 we reviewed last year. The design, print speeds and features are identical and I actually had more trouble with the photo printing on the XP-410.
And don't be surprised if you spend quadruple the initial cost ($99.99) on ink in the first year with a set of high capacity cartridges running around $80.96.
Good features and performance in a small size
The XP-410 is targeted at the home user who might also run a small, home-based business. It can produce excellent images with the right paper, works well for crafts, and is great for printing school and business reports. Print speeds are very good, as is the price. There's no fax capability or ADF, but given the reasonable cost and target user, we don't see this as a big deal.
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