Excerpt: Got this after my 2 year old cannon printer died. I've owned several different brands but the cannons work the best in terms of simplicity, output and cost. The printer like most laser printers has a lot of chugging to go through before it's ready to print. Once it gets going it's fine.
Pros: Clean Replacement, Easy to Replace, Sharp Tones & Colors
Excerpt: I have had this for 2 years and it works flawlessly, printing is fast and sharp, ink lasts and not too expensive, 2 sided printing works well, works well printing from my iPad, no complaints and the price was right.
Excerpt: Over promises and under delivers. Can get the wireless working for no more than an hour at a time. I have wasted hours and hours trying to get this thing to work with WiFi but to no avail. Also, each time I turn it on the start up cycling wastes a ton of very expensive ink.
Excerpt: I bought the iP7220 to print direct to CD/DVD disc but may use on paper for the few times I need color. Printer was bought to replace a older one from another brand. I first tried another brands all in one because of reviews and ratings. The quality was awful.
Excerpt: Bought this for my wife who is a beginner so she could print pix at home. Works well on Wi-Fi and the pix are good for a CMYK ink set. This isn't a high end printer but you get your money's worth, and maybe a bit more.
Excerpt: I bout this a year ago and I am happy, I print only photos from my digital camera . Of course I have edit software to edit the photos and printed like pro. The printer takes little more time to start because it cleans the head and the dry inks from previous printing, if the printer was off for a day...
Excerpt: This being my third Canon Pixma printer, I can say I am pleased on all buy one account. I like eliminating wires from the collection. I like being able to print directly from my mobile device. I like the multi-ink tank system.
Pros: Easy to Replace, Long Lasting Color, Sharp Tones & Colors
Excerpt: Using this printer for a year no wait to be more correct printing 4 to 6 pages a month and already swapped cartridges 3 times. Do not want to mention about 4 minutes noise that it make before each print or every time you turn it ON, that what probably eats all of your ink.