This is a great product
I have the P-Touch 80 which is great but was in the mood for some more options which this has. The instructions are easy to follow and the love the frames and that you can make the labels any length you want. You have more functions to change on the fonts and it has little emoticons you can print which is really good if you don't want to say to much.
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.
Nice little home labler
I purchased this to help label the cables and switches on my entertainment center. I had a few assorted 9-12 volt AC adapters that seemed compatible and thought I would try them with this unit instead of using batteries. The unit would not turn on with any of them, I am not sure if they just didn't have a good connection or if they were no longer working. So, I purchased the 6 AAA batteries needed and set to work. The labels came out sharp and looked very nice.
Simplest to use and great results!
I am a professional organizer, so I have used a few different label makers. This one is by far the simplest to use and gives great results! It does not waste tape (like the P-Touch by Brother which spits out huge margins so you keep having to buy more tape constantly!) The buttons on this Dymo are very intuitive. I didn't even have to read the directions to figure out how to use it.
A tech's dream: Not your typical label maker
Labelmakers remind me of the episode of Seinfeld in which George labels everything and it all peels off. Labelmakers have come a long way since then.
I've used a few in the past. Generally they are limited and clumsy. The LW-400 was extremely portable and comfortable to use with one hand. With my other labelmakers I often had to consult a cheat guide to figure out exactly how to get the results I wanted.
Quick, convenient and no need to install software.
The P-touch PT-1230 PC is a handy and compact label printer that works with a PC. It has a limited range of functions, but for a label printer, it did everything I needed it to do--print labels in a variety of sizes and fonts. I appreciate that it didn't require administrative privileges to get it working, and I'm sure many home users will feel the same way. For basic labeling purposes, the PT-1230 is a great choice.
Fast, simple, awesome
When they say "Plug and Play," they mean it. This label printer appears as a mounted drive in Mac OS X and Windows, and you run the software right off the printer, no installation required. Tested with OS X 10.6 and Windows 7. It is bus-powered (no AC adapter) and small enough to slip in any briefcase or laptop bag, which means you can print labels anywhere and everywhere with trivial ease.
Acceptable low-budget choice.
The Canon Pixma iP2702 produces performance that's unexceptional but quite satisfactory given the price. Should you be looking for an ultra-cheap (almost disposable) printer, we think you might be pleasantly surprised by the results. Unfortunately, the lack of an output tray and the occasionally excessive noise levels are significant flaws that may spoil an otherwise perfectly acceptable low-budget choice.
Lackluster speed and plain-paper print quality
If you just want a cheap inkjet printer for the occasional photo or casual printout, the Pixma iP2702 can provide that basic level of service. The low initial cost will probably offset what you'll pay for ink over time. If you plan to use your printer a lot, however, you'd be better off buying a more costly model with better ink prices.
Good quality print
There's no doubt you can get good quality print from the PIXMA iP2702. There's also little doubt that it's a basic device, a bit pricey to run and one which should come with a set of ear defenders. It's about time printer makers considered noise levels, along with the looks and features, of their machines.
Low initial cost
These days, it is so easy to get an all-in-one inkjet photo printer at a reasonable cost that single function inkjets are few and far between. There are several options under $100 that can give the consumer more than the Pixma iP2702 can and a plethora of options under $200 that can give consumers superb photo quality.
Fast 4.8 ipm color, 7.0 ipm black
If you're in the market for a basic, all-around printer, the Canon PIXMA iP2702 makes a very good choice. Photo quality is excellent and print speed is fast in black and white and better than average in color. You can do better at this price on features, but you would be hard pressed to find better performance. All in all a very good offering from Canon.
Good performance overall
The iP2702 is a cheap printer: it costs just $49, which isn't much more than the cost of the two ink cartridges it uses. But that doesn't make it a bad printer, and we found that it produced good performance overall. And you can't really argue with the price.
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