Summary: I got my canon a while ago and so far it has worked nicely. It makes a lot of noise when it gets ready to print but the quality is good. I haven't used it much since I got it. Once I move, I should have more accurate review of the product.
Incomplete support for Linux and Ink cartridge recogniztion problem
25 June 2007
Summary: I bought this printer to use with a PC on which I am running Ubuntu (debian Linux variant). Canon has put out drivers for Linux for all their printers. Unfortunately they dont work very well for this particular one. The color printing comes out with different colors scaled differently.
Summary: Overall, I'm happy with the product. It scans fine, prints good photos, like the individual ink tanks, and is fast once it warms up. Only knocks are that it takes lots of space and is slow to warm up. Had a HP before and I prefer this Canon so far.
Summary: Overall I am very happy with this printer. The flip-up screen is great and the controls are very easy to understand. The print quality is wonderful but it does take a little longer to "warm up" than other Canon machines I've had.
Summary: Recently I decided to get a printer for home use, mainly to print the basics (driving directions, photos, and various other documents). Long story short, this printer does the trick, and the printouts are of very good quality. Very happy overall.
Summary: I have had this printer up and operating for only one week. Basically, I am happy with its performance since I have had previous experience with Canon printers. One reason I preferred Canon is its four separate ink tanks: black, cyan, magenta, and yellow.
Summary: So far so good...(crossing fingers); but if you do not insert the ink cartages in just right...there is a possibility that they can get stuck into the unit and you have to unscrew the component and extract the ink, in order to reinstall correctly.
Summary: I purchased my first Canon printer and decided on a MP 510 since the others had a fax built in, but are rather expensive and thought the MP 510 would be a simple, but wise purchase. The printer works well, doesn't smear the ink and the feed was consistent.
Summary: I have had very decent functionality from this printer which I got with an iMac about 2 yrs ago. I don't write reviews too often, but felt it was time to give back! My MP510 just went into an error 5100 crash with the print head mechanism slamming against the left inner wall.