Summary: Pixma MP150 is a good printer for the money. Light weight and flat bed scanner are the futures I like best. Do not care mach for the way you have to load the paper in it. Chipped ink cartridges are a drawback if you like to refill or use refilled ink cartridges.
Summary: Nice product did not come with drivers for my computer. I had to go online to get then. Have tested and it is okay. Ink is pricey, but I am using it for scanning color images to files on my computer.
Summary: Uses way to much ink. Quality of print jobs is poor, prints slow, & photo quality is poor too. When waste ink receptacle fills you may as well trash can this piece of junk because the interior of the ink carriage is splattered with sticky ink. Canon says you need to have it serviced.
Summary: this all in one is a total load of shite. it wont let u scan a document if you havent any ink cartridges installed. even if you dont ever use the printer you still have to shell out on ink to be able to scan documents
Summary: I bought this printer to replace the MP130 my ex took with her thinking that the pile of $3 a piece black and color ink cartridges would work on the MP150. Nope. Of course I bought the model that has $24-30/piece ink that is a different style that the 130.
Summary: I had this exact printer and it did a fine job of printing what I needed. It was very good with color and photographs, unusually good, better than my Epson or even my HP. However, as its use increased, it started running error messages fairly frequently and had to be turned off and on.
Summary: I thought I was getting a good deal, paying only around $100 for this printer/scanner/copier. But the ink cartridges were very expensive and didn't last long. Also, it pooped out on me after only a year.