Summary: Works pretty much like my 5 year-old Pixma ip3500 that we recently had to replace when it failed. The Pixma ip7220 is noisy and it does waste a lot of time at power on but then it always prints color and the jets aren't clogged (a problem I used to have with an older Epson).
Excerpt: I purchased this printer to use in a photo booth at my wedding. It worked perfectly! The set up was a little time consuming but super easy. The print quality was fantastic and the ink seemed to last quite a while.
Excerpt: We purchased this printer after our old HP photosmart kicked the bucket. At first it was a great experience with the Canon, it works as promised until we used some prescription paper in the feed tray.
Conclusion: Date:November 17, 2014 If you've used and enjoyed an older Canon inkjet printer, then you will despise this one. At least, that's my experience. All I wanted was a replacement for my venerable old iP4000.
Excerpt: I just replaced my 10 year old Canon printer with the PIXMA iP7220 printer. My old Canon printer had individual ink tanks which I like and I wanted another printer with individual ink tanks. I work with family tree research and do a lot of text printing.
The wireless on this printer was easy to setup and works great
Amazon Customer, Amazon
23 October 2014
Summary: Overall this is a decent printer. I bought this to replace my Canon IP6700 that stopped working. I chose this one because I needed the double-sided printing and the wireless connectivity. The wireless on this printer was easy to setup and works great.
Summary: Other reviews say this printer is too noisey. I disagree. This printer replaces a Canon ip4700 which was damaged while it was eating my earbuds. This printer makes much less noise printing in quiet mode (which user can select) than my ip 4700.
Conclusion: All I wanted was to print DVD labels. Blank, with text. Business-like. The software for this purpose that came with the printer is terrible. Limited functionality, text in pre-determined places, limited flexibility.