Excerpt: The Canon Pixma MG6220 is packed with unique features, like CD/DVD printing, Apple AirPrint support and HD Movie Print. It has a really great design that includes a touch sensitive panel, but we had some issues with the screen itself.
Pros: Network & Apple AirPrint printing, Interactive touch panel makes things simple, Large-capacity black for monochrome prints, Very good text print quality
Excerpt: Canon announced the Pixma MG6220 and Pixma MG8220 last August as new additions to the Pixma MG all-in-one lineup. The announcement started with the MG8220 flagship all-in-one, but for just a slight step down in features, the Pixma MG6220 is being offered for $199.99.
Pros: Excellent quality photos, Ink is long-lasting (477 quality pages until they ran out), Convenient and cool touch-sensitive control panel, Super speedy draft printing, No misfeeds, jams, or other problems during tests
Cons: Slightly slower print times (default mode), Glossy surfaces may look neat, but dust collects easily
Conclusion: The single function photo inkjet printer has to fight to stand out on the market considering all the fancy inkjet all-in-ones, affordable single function lasers and cool dedicated photo printers out there for purchase. But Canon has definitely improved on the with the new Pixma iP4920.
Pros: Low initial cost, Great quality, Low energy consumption
Cons: Expensive ink replacement, One connectivity option, Processing times
Conclusion: The Pixma iP4920 provides Canon's excellent photo-printing technology in a strong performing, easy-to-use little single-function printer at a reasonable price. We should point out, though, that the recently released $149.99 Canon Pixma MG5320 uses essentially the same print engine, and it copies and...
Pros: Excellent print quality, Respectable performance speed for the price, Easy to set up and use
Cons: No wireless connectivity, No network connectivity, Somewhat high cost per page