Summary: I purchased this for my small office. It has GREAT colors, and prints photos (on regular paper) beautifully. I made newsletters, signs, and quote boards. However, the ink didn't last nearly as long as I would have liked it to. But I guess that's what is to be expected from the price!
Summary: My old (Dell) printer died so the first place I went to shop for a new printer was Amazon. I saw this printer for $36 and had already added it to my cart when I decided to read a couple more reviews. I read a review that stated Wal-mart had this printer for $29.
Summary: This printer is pretty good for the price. I haven't yet used the scanning feature, but as for printing it works wonderfully. The only reason I haven't given it the full five or four stars is because it seems to run through ink fairly quickly (although they sell extra-large ink cartridges which...
Summary: I was dissapointed to find this wasn't a wirless printer. I was looking for a wirlelss & this printer was under that heading deceiving my purchase. I'm sure its a good purchase but I'm not happy about how I acquired it.
Summary: Well this printer is just ok. It tends to use a lot of ink, but luckily its not the most expensive replace, compared to others. It is a bit slow getting started, but once it does its pretty fast. The scan and copy feature can be kind of hard to get perfect.
Summary: I have used an Epson for several years, being loyal to the brand, but have grown intolerant of the printing quality. No matter how much I calibrated the printer, I still go blue streaks everywhere for normal printing. Very frustrating. ' The PIXMA MP280 has satisfied that need.
Slow But With Some Good Features. A BASIC Printer.
Ethan Winning "Ethan Winning", Amazon
27 August 2010
Summary: Using a PC, total set up time was about 30 minutes from unpacking to printing the first page. But it started out badly: There was no USB Printer Cord in box, so if I didn't have an extra around the house, I wouldn't have been able to hook this up to my computer.
Summary: My old HP all in one died after eight years of continuous sterling service. It didn't like remanufactured black cartridges, but thankfully was not averse to the cheaper colour ones, and also I could easily get an extra week's worth of printing after the first prompt that ink was running low.