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Canon Pixma MX922
 
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$99.00 - $352.54
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Summary: An all-in-one inkjet printer from Canon. It has scan and copy functions, an automatic document feeder, built-in faxing, and both Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking. Works with both Windows and Mac OS.
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Type: All-in-one inkjet printers
User Reviews
User Reviews

 
2.0
Dissapointing
12/13/2014
Pros
Duplex Printing
Features
Multi Page Top Load For
Scanning And Copying
Wifi Printing
Cons
Too Long A Warm Up And
Very Noisy While Doing It
Warm Up Routine Too Long
Best Uses
Comment:
Lasted less than a year. Every HP printer I have replaced was to upgrade features or lower cost ink. I didnt expect a fairly high rated printer to break in normal use.I'm not sure I can use these ratings to guide a replacement - back to HP I think? <br />Since mine has now suffered the same paper feed gear grinding I see in some of the other reviews I took the side off to see if I could fix it - you should see the size of the absorbant block in there to soak up all your ink. Its like a box of kleenex in there!
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
 
1.0
Canon forgot one small detail...
12/11/2014
Pros
Compact Design
Great Print Quality
It's Black
Quiet
Cons
Hard Setup
Slow Operation
Unreliable
Will Not Connect To Wifi
Best Uses
Comment:
Shame on you Consumer Reports. You really got this one wrong. I researched printers on here before buying and this looked like a great choice. We bought this to replace our Epson that suddenly died. My kids use it for school work, my wife and I use it for personal and business. The main issue, it will not stay connected to the wifi network. I have had 2 routers and still, no luck. I have talked to Canon technical support several times and this is a known issue but, no fix for it. If you do a little investigating on any site BUT Consumer Reports, you will see all kinds of forums talking about this problem. Sometimes it may be connected and print fine, most of the time not. Or, it will print something 2 days later. I don't even want to think about the hours I have spent trying to solve the issue. I am pretty savvy as far as electronics but, when the hardware is bad, nothing you can do. My advice, look elsewhere.
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

 
3.0
Ink drinker
12/10/2014
Pros
Easy To Set Up
Easy To Use
Great Print Quality
Reliable
Cons
Ink Use On Start Up
Large Footprint
Noisy
Best Uses
Comment:
I use this printer occasionally. Quality is good. Unfortunately every time it powers on and off the printer uses a large amount of ink. Color ink ran dry after a total of about 150 pages of low resolution, low density black text, with little color. No photos. Ink use better if don't power down, but then wasting power.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
The Canon Pixma MX922 is part of the Printers test program at Consumer Reports. The Canon Pixma MX922 Printers features and specs include Memory-card reader, PictBridge, Networking, Built-in fax, Individual color tanks, LCD viewer, Auto-duplexing, Can print if color empty. In our lab tests, Printers models like the Canon Pixma MX922 are reviewed on Overall score, Photo quality, Power saving, Scan quality, Text quality, Versatility, Convenience, Copy quality, Graphics quality, Ink cost/month ($), Maintenance ink use, Text speed, 4x6 photo time, 8x10 photo time, Text cost (cents), 4x6 photo cost ($), 8x10 photo cost ($). Consumer Reports subscribers share reviews of the Canon Pixma MX922 based on personal experience. The user reviews of the Canon Pixma MX922 include star ratings, pros, cons, best uses, and a bottom line review to help guide your purchasing decision of the Canon Pixma MX922.
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