Summary: The only reason that I got this printer was that it was the only one I could find that would use the same kind of ink. Prior to this I had the IP3300 died on me after only two ink changes and I have a bunch of leftover ink.
Summary: Had for about 6 weeks or more and am very happy with my choice. A feature I didn't think about when I bought it is that when not in use , just pull the paper and it folds up with 2 lids or flaps as solid as a bread box and that keeps dust and my cat from walking all over it.
Summary: I've had this printer for 30 days, and so far no problems. I haven't done anything special with it or asked anything special of it. It does a good job both in print and color-have not done any photos with it yet. It is noisey however, and it sounds cheap.
Summary: greetings buy the Canon IP3500 therefore already had a 300 IP that damage. The photo quality and economy of operation are very good. Just as I have complained that they were too careless with the handling of the consignment, if it was not in EE. UU or sending to Rep.. Dominican.
Summary: This printer works as advertised (as it should) however it takes entirely too long to print. Actually the time in printing is entirely acceptable, BUT the time from hitting the start print key until printing begins is very excessive.
Summary: For the price, this level of print performance cannot be beat. In my case it was $60, with a $50 rebate when purchased with a Canon camera. The comments regarding space are true, although height is low, so I've got it UNDER a printer stand, with the paper on top, which recovers some desk space.
Summary: This printer would probably be OK for most people. However, when it arrived I looked at the documentation and discovered it did not work with heavy card stock. That information was not available on-line. Since we do a lot of printing on card stock I never connected the printer. It's for sale.