Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Doorgunner1969 Made a mistake
I'm not always near my printer, so bought this one for the convenience of the blue tooth. Well it worked great for a week, then the dreaded paper jam happened. Cleared it as instructed. Now the yellow flashing light won't go off. It is worthless.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Chocolatecakelover WIFI difficult
So, I have WIFI throughout the house no router. It was very difficult to set up on the connection (direct connect) rather than directly to a router. If you have a router that you can connect it too than good. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a connection so I had to purchase a USB cord. It prints good though no problems there.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sunshineman Great Value
Great Printer, great features, easy set up. Would recommend for anyone. In fact ordering my son one for college!
Rated 1 out of 5 by Joe Ssmoo far from plug and play on a mac
I've spent 2 hours trying to print. I'm returning.
Rated 5 out of 5 by hlestringman MG3620 wireless printer works well
I minutes bought this printer about a month ago to match up with my Chromebook computer. The setup instructions for Google Cloud Print were not too good. But when I called the Canon customer support line, I got a great tech and we were up and running in less than 30 minutes! Customer support saved the day! I was very pleased. Since then the printer has worked very well and I am pleased.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Colokid For what I paid, its OK. But has issues.
It was easy to set up. Even to my mobile devices, which later turned off after thinking why would I want to print from my phone or tablet? To easy to mess up and waste ink. The print quality is fine and it's quieter than my last printer. I had 2 issues so far. 1st is Canon in general, why do you automatically download all that software? All I wanted was the driver and basic software to run the thing.Now I have so many Canon programs I don't know what does what, it takes up 1/2 of the program manager. Come on now, no option to not install all the extras? Thats stupid. And 2nd, wireless printer is fine, but most people will need a printer cord at one time or another. I had my old one, lucky as I needed it. I changed my internet provider, thus WiFi changed. This printer would not auto change like all of my other devices. And since there is no small screen on the printer so you can see the options, I had no idea how to change something so simple as available WiFi. Computer could not communicate with it nor even find it when searching for devices. Finally I plugged in my cord and wala! Set up instantly, no problem. See what I mean about the cord. One last thing, why are the control buttons not recessed at all? Guess you never had a pet before. I have to cover the top where the controls are with some cardboard. Not the best design, and quite big for what it does, takes up a lot of room. It will work for me but I'll look for something else fairly soon
Rated 5 out of 5 by DANMJ MG3620
I BOUGHT A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO; IT'S EASY TO SET UP WIRELESS AND PRINTS WELL.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Emerald515 Horrible
Got this with my Dell laptop and have had so much trouble with it. When it runs out of paper and you put paper in, you have to reset and shut off and turn back on and it is the worst printer that I have had. I put something to print and it does not print. I have never had so much trouble with a printer. It is very frustrating.