Summary: Use this mainly to print on discs, which it does great. Haven't quite figured out how to calibrate it with Photoshop so the colours aren't as accurate as I'd like them to be. The included Canon software is really very useless - it would be far more useful if they simply provided the necessary drivers, and a calibration tool. I love the the touch interface and wireless feature, though it does take some time for printing to begin.
Great Price... vereeee unusual printer. It's a trip!!
cyn n vin, Amazon
27 February 2015
Summary: Well... ya can't beat the price... but this printer is the most over designed, over engineered printer on earth. It's a trip. It's obvious that it is very much intended for the I-phone-ers, etc. Nothing simple about it. Plus it goes through all kinds of gyrations when going through even the simplist of printing jobs. It's a trip. As long as I can get some good color printing done... it'll be worth it. I'll just ignore the gyrations and noises. Good luck.
Summary: I love this printer. I'm a Videographer and I do weddings and I had the Canon MP990 which was a great printer as well but, since I live in the US the MP990 does not support printing on DVD's. I bought the CD tray and searched online to find out how to make the printer print on the CD's but I gave up. So I got the MG6320 and it works flawlessly and with no problem.
Summary: I need to qualify this rating - this particular unit didn't work out of the box, so I had to wait for a replacement from Canon. To Canon's credit, they sent me a higher spec printer as replacement (the MG7520) and that work flawlessly. So it might seem a little harsh to give the 6320 only 2 stars - it's just that I didn't get it working so can't really give it a rating. the 7520 gets a solid 4-4.5 stars from my perspective. That works great, and particularly on photos.
Summary: Great for the 'non-pro' who wants an all-around good printer, including CD/DVD printable discs. Not for high volume printing but what is produced is quality stuff, in my humble opinion. Too, Canon customer service is very responsive and helpful if needed.
Summary: It does what its supposed to, but it takes its sweet time. The machine's start-up process is an excellent way to test your patience if that is something your are working on. My wife won't use it. Like any Canon product I own, I am pleased with the build quality and performance. In this case however, the initial start-up process is enough to get me to consider returning it. I'll use it for one more week and then decide.
Fortunately Canon support is superb with easy to reach humans ...
24 December 2014
Summary: It does the job done but takes time to get there. Printing on a DVD is just not covered in the paper that comes with the product nor is it covered in the manual on the installation disc. I had to call Canon support three times to find out how to print labels on discs??? Fortunately Canon support is superb with easy to reach humans who will spend the time to get you going. That fact wins me over every time.
Conclusion: We purchased our Canon Pixma MG6320 after some research to have a printer that does a good job printing photos AND would handle our other home and home office needs. We have used our MG6320 for just over a year. We have used it extensively: printing, copying, scanning and wireless printing from our laptop and our iPhones. My wife is an advanced amateur photographer.