Summary: I chose this printer because it only had 5 star ratings. and now I get why. I have never used a piece of tech so easy to set up. I've never used the Wi fi before but the set up was soo straight forward I was actually suspicious of it! As for the printer it's self: The print quality is perfect, it's large but neat, and keeps you very well informed of ink levels, pages to be printed etc. It dose take a minute to start after you press print but just be patient.
Summary: The printer arrived very quickly and was easy to set up. It replaces my Canon iP4300, and also our HP that we used for scanning and photocopying. The main advantage is wifi, and it prints from our iphones without difficulty.
Summary: This was purchased to replace a different machine. This has the advantage that if the printhead fails, on this machine it can easily be replaced which is not the case on some other manufacturers.
Summary: Really good quality printer. I'd made the mistake of buying a "bargain" multifunction canon printer from Argos for about £35. Of course it had combined colour tanks and to change either the black or colour cartridge was about £20+ each , with no compatibles available. I wasn't prepared to pay £40 each time so bought this model that has good quality compatible inks for about £6 for a full set of black and each of the individual colours.
Summary: I am very pleased with this printer, it was easy to set up the wireless connection and has performed very well, it is much quieter than the hp i had but it takes a while to prepare when turned on, i have used it to print some greeting cards and it worked out very well, a very good all round printer.
Summary: My previous Canon printer suddenly stopped recognising ink cartridges (genuine ones too!) and I was advised that IF the replacement part could be sourced it would cost approx. £100. The equivalent machine would be £55 new, so I upgraded to this wireless printer, and I must say I am VERY pleased with it so far. The only minor problem was getting it to go wireless - didn't happen automatically but eventually managed manually at the third or fourth attempt.