Summary: most irritating piece of 'technology', huge lunch box of black plastic, can fax but isn't wireless. Prints about 15 pages A4 black before low ink warnings, issues low ink warnings based on amount of pages printed rather than by how much ink is actually left - Ink is expensive.
Summary: The installation disc didn't work, so I had to find the drivers online. The printer doesn't come with the required cables which is inexcusable. It should be clearly advertised. As a printer, it works fine, but it's in no way worth the headache.
Summary: The first one I bought wouldn't work at all - print, scan or copy. After communication with Canon, who were helpful, the seller replaced it. The second one works, sort of, but continually gets paper jams and is very moody about whether it will work or not.
Really poor from Canon to sell a product without the basic ...
Duncan Melville, Amazon
12 July 2014
Summary: Really poor from Canon to sell a product without the basic cables required and without making this clear. I've tried a USB cable printer cable I already owned with no success. Will now have to gamble on another usb cable.
Summary: i have given away to a charity shop my printer/scan/copier.i only have acces to the internet via a pay as you go dongle,so every little bit of information used costs me money. the mx395,does verry little using information loded onto the computer,it relies far too heavily on being connected to the...
Summary: Seems fine when printing black and white text but no good for photos on glossy paper. Gets halfway though and stops. Message comes up saying printing failed and need to cancel print. After wasting 15 sheets of expensive glossy paper it is going back.