Excerpt: This is the most expensive Canon inkjet in this test, but it doesn't feel like it. Many of its covers and paper trays seem flimsy compared with those of the other two PIXMA printers. The paper input tray looks odd when extended, and closing it is fiddly. The iP6220D has a large colour screen for direct printing, but photo previews don't take advantage of its full area. It isn't very sharp or bright and each menu page seems to fade into the next.
Excerpt: Despite being almost £20 more expensive than the HP Photosmart 8050, Canon's iP6220D doesn't feel that well-made and its covers and paper trays feel flimsy. Even worse, the flap you open to get to the ink cartridges catches on the cover of the memory card reader. The paper input tray also looks pretty odd when extended and is fiddly to close up. Like the 8050, the Canon has a built-in memory card reader that covers all common types of 2.5in card.