Conclusion: Bottom line: A couple of years ago, we would have sung the MG2220's praises for the price. Today, though, with several faster, more ink-efficient models available for just a little more money, we suggest you give some serious thought to how you'll use your printer before buying this Pixma.
Pros: Good-looking output for such an inexpensive printer, Low initial price
Cons: Slow to print, High cost per page, Two-cartridge ink system can be wasteful, Lacks ADF, automatic duplexing, Wi-Fi support
Conclusion: The USB-connected Canon Pixma MG2220 Inkjet Photo All-in-One has a sparse feature set and won't win any speed records, but it sells at a bargain-basement price and its output quality is fine for basic home or school use.
Pros: Prints, scans, and copies. Low price. Output quality suitable for basic home or school use.
Cons: Slow. Primitive, one-character display. Limited features. USB connectivity only.