Conclusion: Many all-in-one printers can crank out drugstore-quality photo prints -- but the Canon Pixma MX922 leaps ahead, with beautifully detailed photos. Text and graphics look good, too. The downside? It's slow, and it wastes a lot of ink on cleaning cycles if it sits idle. Still, experts (and many owners) say the gorgeous photos are worth it.
Pros: Outstanding photo quality, Auto-duplexer for printing, copying and scanning, PictBridge and dedicated photo-paper cassette
Cons: Sluggish, Wasteful cleaning cycles, No memory card slots
Canon PIXMA MX922 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax
8 July 2013
Excerpt: One of the newer models in Canon's ever-popular and reliable PIXMA line, the MX922 is full of fantastic features and is a worthy example of the type of MFP's the company produces on a consistent basis. The unit is able to print and scan to/from any PC or USB connected thumbdrive, while it can also fax in the same manner to any computer.
Summary: This printer is exceptional for a home office or a small business. While, it's not the best choice for a print-heavy environment, it has capabilities to handle a wide variety of jobs and the wireless connectivity to highlight its functionality.
Pros: It has all the features you could want in an all-in-one printer, including automatic duplexing and an ADF.
Cons: It's designed for consumer-level use, so print-heavy businesses should look elsewhere.