Excerpt: I needed a printer for my airbrushing business, and had actually decided on an HP. When I stopped by my local Staples store and the salesman asked what I intended to use the printer for, and I told him not only for documents and sales receipts, but also to print high detail pictures to be transfered via projector to my airbrush projects. He showed me the difference in detail from the HP I had intended to buy, and the Canon MX922...The difference was like night and day!!
Excerpt: A little disappointed. Using for work and going thru ink a lot faster than I thought. Getting to paper try with the paper holder open is a little cumbersome. Print speed is good in fast draft.
Excerpt: This printer was easy to set up including the wireless system. The printing is crisp and clear and it does all of the things it is supposed to do without any complaints. When a job starts up there is a lot of gnashing about, which I expected after a long term of inactivity, but this happens every time I use it. The ink seems to last quite awhile as I am still on the sample cartridges that came with the printer after probably 200 pages.
Excerpt: After my older Canon printer stopped working, I began researching for my home's next multifunction printer. As I searched through PC magazine's current best printer lists, I found that Canon has been making good grades. So, discovering that this particular model, had a couple of features my old printer did not have, I was convinced that this was my best choice, considering the number of copies that we make in our household and cost of ink.
Excerpt: it seems to print very good, but takes a lot longer to figure everything out to print, and takes a long time to print things, you have to push the print NOW button to print things on the document printing mode, and then it prints. Never had to do that with my other printer. Sometimes the printer is claimed as NOT on line, when it is and I have to push the copy button to make it work??