High ink costs make this multifunction printer less economical than it should be, but at least it’s fast.
This multifunction printer's wide-format capability is nice, but not its slow performance and variable print quality.
A student or home user will like this multifunction printer’s speed, but not its ink costs and other quirks.
Offices will like this printer's speed, features, and low cost; the default color palette, however, is oversaturated.
Speed and economy are this model's strengths; its color quality is acceptable for mainstream business use.
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Text speed is a big plus, but we expect better graphics quality from a printer this pricey.
This printer can deliver high-volume text printing but not graphics printing--except of very simple images.
This classic workhorse is built for speed more than for print quality; the cheap toner is a big plus.
Well equipped for both photography and light office use, this MFP is capable--but very costly.
You get a lot of features for a midrange price, but this Pixma's performance is merely average overall.
The Pixma MX330 is a decent, basic multifunction in most ways, but its costly black ink is a disappointment.
A small office that wants it all can get it here: features galore, including really inexpensive inks.
If you need tabloid printing, this machine offers it; but there are speed and cost trade-offs.