Cons: Owned this printer two months,and it died,have owned cannon printers in the past and have good luck with them.Just wont power up,if you buy this printer get a warranty for it because you will have problems.
Pros: Slick features and operation..... for 6 weeks.
Cons: 2 weeks outside the RMA limits it takes a dump. Was working beautifully for 6 weeks then I upgraded my PC. I plugged it back in after reinstalling drivers and voila... the PC cannot recognize it. It knows its there just can't do anything about it. Tried it on 2 computers and it neither one recogn...
Summary: Buying a printer without a USB cable is like getting a boat without the paddles. Useless. The printer itself my be great, I don't know yet. I guess it's my fault for not reading throughly and seeing that someone else had bought the USB cable along with their printer.
Pros: don't know yet haven't tried it because of the missing cable... ridiculous that they sell it seperately
Cons: can't use it yet because it doesn't come with a cable. Will have to go out and get one and then figure out if this thing works.
Summary: I really loved this printer. It was like having an office copier in my home. However, after a year of normal use, the print heads became physically misaligned (not correctable using realignment utility) and all graphics printed very blurry.
Pros: Does EVERYTHING except duplex copies, very fast, separate ink cartridges, great copy & print quality for the first year
Cons: Quite large and bulky, print quality sharply declined after ~1 year of use
Summary: Printing results in "Error 5100" on the LCD screen. Instructions are to power the machine off, then back on again. This clears the error, however it returns as soon as I attempt to print again. Not what I have come to expect from Canon products.
Pros: EASY network setup and it's chock full of features.
Pros: Was priced right, wait I guess not for only 30 days of use.
Cons: I just bought this printer 31 days ago and it just died 10 minutes ago. By "died" I mean there is nothing, no display, no noises no nothing. I tried unpluging waitng.... nothing. My guess is the internal power supply went bad.... they probably used cheap capacitors. Looks like Im out $140 bucks. ...
Summary: When I removed this printer from it's packaging bag, I got my first glimpse into how my experience was going to be. There was a spring laying in the bottom of the bag. Closer examination of the printer and the rear feed tray was not installed completely. A loose guide was laying in the front tray.