Summary: My main complaint about this printer is that it takes too long between print jobs. When trying to print a stack of documents, an inordinate amount of time is wasted while waiting for the printer to ready itself. Instructions to set up wireless are not clear.
Inexpensive and good, but extremely slow to start printing.
1 week ago
Summary: On the one hand, the print quality is outstanding for an inexpensive color printer, the inkjet cartridges aren't expensive, and there have been no mechanical problems. On the other hand, it is slowest-to-start printing-via-a-USB2-connection printer I have ever encountered, and before it starts printing, it makes all sorts of clunking and chunking noises that sound like it is about to expire. Every time my wife uses it, I get asked "why won't it print?
Canon Office Products IP7220 Wireless Color Photo Printer you might like it
2 weeks ago
Summary: Maybe I was expecting the moon and stars, I had previously bought the Canon CanoScan 9000F MKII Color Image Scanner and was totally delighted about that purchase. The Canon Office Products IP7220 Wireless Color Photo Printer on the other hand can take up to 3 minutes of clearing its throat when asking it to print something.
Summary: This is a great little printer, but it's really designed for photos and DVDs, not for general purpose printing. It won't do envelopes, and it won't do documents very well. The printer does well with 'printable' DVD-Rs--discs that have a flat white surface that can be printed with an ink jet printer. That's why I got it, and I'm quite pleased with it. It's a secondary printer on my small-office network.
New printer faster but cannot use old cartridges as hoped for.
T. Allen, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: It is faster than my old printer though I did hope that I could use the color cartridges from my old printer but not to be. It prints labels and pictures very nicely. Regular printing needs are good as well. Easy set up even for a novice.
Summary: To print a single envelope, you have to remove the letter paper tray, remove the letter paper, reset the guides, print the envelope, then reverse the process so you can print on letter paper again. So if you never print envelopes, the printer is probably 3 stars.
Summary: I know a plot of people have nits about this printer -- front-loading paper trays, limited paper tray quantities, noisy and prolonged start up -- but in the end, print quality is excellent and the nits, well I can live with them. I also love the wireless aspect not to mention the footprint.
Summary: This was a replacement for an earlier Canon iP5200 photo printer. Model IP7220 printing is excellent -- excellent colors and fast enough. There are two things my older iP5200 printer had that I wish the model iP7220 had or exhibited. This most important is a top-loading paper feed for the iP7220. The second is that the iP7220 takes longer to startup than my iP5200 printer. Neither of these impacts the quality of output.