Summary: Not sure what I want to do with the remaining replacement ink carts I have left...
Pros: Worked great and faithfully for 5.5yrs. No problems with print-head, paper jams, or error codes. Scanning at the printer and saving to the computer (or at least loading MPNav) was a nice feature.
Cons: Just completely died one day. No error code. No responsiveness. Branded ink is expensive, obviously, but NewEgg started selling some cheeper alternatives. Included software isn't the most useful. 90+% of use was to save scans.
Summary: I haven't thoroughly tested the unit, but out of the box I was able to setup the wireless printing in about 10 minutes. Software CD comes with a tool for wireless setup that can be uninstalled afterwards.
Pros: Prints via wifi. Canon quality prints. Came with sample pack of photo paper. Easy setup. Output door automatically opens when printing starts (no more ID-10T paper jams!). High quality photo print took around 30 seconds. Beautiful unit. Screen folds down and covers buttons on the unit for a sleek...
Cons: Required drivers/software are 150mb. Wireless setup through software only (but you can uninstall afterwards). Not sure about ink prices, a quick check online shows a 5 pack (one of each cart you need) is around twenty bucks shipped. Not bad I guess? Manual duplex, no ADF. Small paper tray. I thin...
Summary: For the money, this printer is hard to beat ... although I understand Canon's new Pixma MP560 (successor to this model?) may actually be better. It isn't fast to print or scan, but certainly adequate for 90+ percent of home users.
Pros: Wireless capability built-in; separate ink cartridges for each color; small form factor for an MFP; reasonable price.
Summary: There are some few misinformation about the Mac driver on here. Let me correct them here: 1) You can perform the scan function wirelessly. You can do it three ways (1) via the network scan services, press scan on the printer and sent the output to one of the registered PC's (2) Canon Application (3)...
Pros: Build-in Wireless Capability
Cons: Does not present itself as a Bonjour Printer for a Apple network. Must install additional driver on the Mac to recognize itself as a Canon IJ network printer. I think this is where most frustration come from. If Canon had supported Bonjour Printing, then most of the frustration will be gone!
Summary: I always assumed 'All in one' meant that it included a fax machine too (like my HP did). But it does not. I still kept the printer as that the fax was my lowest of priorities, but when I needed the fax, I was bummed.
Pros: This is a great printer. I had no problems hooking it up to my computer, the software did not give me any problems. The pictures and the everyday printing is great.
Cons: I only get about 1/3 of the speed out of the printer that is quoted on the PPM. I am not sure how they get that many pages per minute unless they are printing blank pages.
Summary: Install latest drivers from Canon website as other users suggested. Installed the software from disc (minus the older drivers). Printed 2 pictures imediately which came out nicely as expected. Slow to print pictures but not a big deal to me.
Pros: Good price for a scanner/copier/printer. Came with printer USB cable (Required) for setup. Menu display on printer is easy to navigate.
Cons: No duplex printing (Cannot print on both sides of paper). I did not bother to check this since my last two low end canon printers had this feature. My fault for assuming. Manual for Wireless / LAN setup not user friendly.
Summary: I had difficulty installing using a USB cable. My computer recognised the printer but couldn't get it to print at first. Finally usable but pulled copy paper from back tray. I had a friend install it again and it works perfectly!