Cons: I've only used it a few times. Maybe 4 or 5 times. It ran out of ink. No problem. I ordered more. I get the ink, the printer won't turn on. Its stopped working. I paid $130 for a pile of useless junk that printed maybe a 100 sheets max.
Summary: There's not much to add here that hasn't already been said by others. One thing I want to add though is that Canon's driver and application support for this printer's wireless setup is extremely disappointing for Macs. First of all, the printer can't on its own connect to an access point.
Pros: - The printer itself is great.
Cons: - No full duplex - Wireless capability is not well-designed and the settings are extremely hard to change (Mac)
Summary: I smell a rat. A rat by the name of Canon which forces you to buy more ink when you don't need it.... To bad too, I had this idea that Canon was a decent company, but this can't be just an oversight on there part, they knew what they were doing.
Pros: Seemed to do what it should, no complaints about quality or things of that nature. It scans, prints and copies with good enough quality for me.
Cons: So, after owning the printer for about a year now, some major issues have come up. When there is even one ink cartridge that is completely empty, the printer refuses to do anything, including scanning which of course would use absolutely no ink in the process! Similarly, say the cyan cartridge runs out of ink completely, but you think, "no problem, all I want is to print a black text document", nope! If any ink cartridge is empty, your "all-in-one" printer turns into ...
Summary: I wish I could get as far as the wireless setup. After installing the print cartridges, I got an error message (C000) that refers me to the manual, but the manual doesn't do much to explain how to fix the problem beyond checking that the print head is in place. I have spent more time tonight trying (unsuccessfully) to fix this printer than I care to spend in my lifetime.
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Summary: I decided that since I primarily use laptop computers that I would upgrade my printer to a wireless LAN enabled model. Except for initial product set-up, I have always had good experiences with the Canon products so I bought the Canon MP620. After 4 hours of effort to get the wireless services to allow me to print, I gave up.