Summary: I've owned four brands of inkjet printers, but I'm with Canon now and there is enough about them that I'm not going to move. I can go all day without a mis-feed; I can print both sides of a stack of paper while I go out for coffee; I will always get a good print. I do booklets galore; they all come out nice. My page count is 14,000 pages/year hassle-free.
Noisy. Used lots of ink. Paper jambed. Died on the 51st day.
David Michael "always thinking", Amazon
27 April 2014
Summary: As someone else said, I had a Canon MX700 printer that I loved and lasted for many years. When it finally died in March, I bought a MX722 on 6-March thinking it was basically the same printer. Wrong! This printer is a dud. It died in six weeks (26-April, lasted 51 days). It used lots of ink (two cartridges in the first month), and I don't print much and no photos, Paper jambed if the paper hit anything during printing and that required you to dismantle the feed mechanism...
Summary: My last Pixma died after 5 years. Sadly the print head was just as expensive as a new printer at this point. I love the convenience of networked scanning and printing. Print quality is great and duplex scanning and printing makes my work life so much easier in a work-from-home role.
5$ printer but 62$ to ship, and gladly offering their money back, because shipping is not refundable.
8 March 2014
Summary: Sad really. And your prices are diverting me from looking at more reasonable printers. IDK if you are just exploiting as far as you can w/o breaking rules. Or if you are breaking them. But I reported your suspicious activity, I would hate for someone to come along and be in a rush and fall into your trap.
Summary: I was unhappy with an Epson printer that was wireless but would not print a solid color. Even after replacing the ink packets it still would not print a solid color. Not only did the Canon print to my expectations, but the set up was simple (important) and quick.
I called Canon pre-sales first before investing in a printer compatible with Cromebook!
31 December 2013
Summary: I recently bought a Chromebook which I love. I needed a Google Cloud ready printer so I did some research, talked with pre-sales reps and techs and subsequently bought two different and consecutive printers. Both were not as compatible with the Chromebook as promoted. I exhausted further research. Canon was listed as having a Google Cloud Ready printer so I called Canon pre-sales to discuss the specifics of Chromebook and my past experiences with the other two printers.
Summary: Had a Canon printer that we loved and from which we got many years of happy use. Heard negative things about changes Canon made to their printers, but wanted to give them another chance. However, this printer is a dud. Uses lots of ink, paper doesn't feed properly, and takes forever to warm up. Also very noisy. No positives.
Summary: By far the worst printer i've ever owned. I work in the IT industry and have been around printers for the past 20 years. I have never had a printer that needs to be turned off and then back on so many times. Happens practically daily. Then randomly it looses the wifi signal and has to be reconnected to my wireless network. Once it comes back online it then humms, and clicks, and whirls, for about 30 seconds before anything can be printed.
Summary: Does not have rear paper load tray, so to change the paper format you have to get out one format and put the other and so one. When using legal and letter format it's annoying. Does not have double side scan for legal format - really frustrating! The oldest MX882 has all this stuff! Do not recommend to those working with documents in legal format.