Rated 4 out of 5 by 66
Rated 4 out of 5 by treats4me Prints fine but....
When I received my printer, the styrofoam was ripped and the black cartridge was broken. The printer won't set up without all of the ink cartridges. None of my local stores offered just the black cartridge for purchase, so I had to spend $48 on a set of ink cartridges just so I could even set up the printer. The printer had trouble acknowledging that there was paper in the tray. It took a good 20 minutes to acknowledge the paper was there. I've never had such issues setting up a new printer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bill L Works well...easy to use
Easy to use. Replacing paper and ink very easy. Does a great job with all I have tried.
Couple of thungs though:
- Would be nice if it held more paper
- Too easy to accidently touch the power "button" and turn off printer.
- like all printers...ink is way too expensive...Glad my car doesn't run on ink!
Rated 1 out of 5 by FAAR Wont hold on to the network
I've tried just about everything suggested its just temperamental as heck and I wouldnt buy this ever again
Rated 5 out of 5 by Junglegeo Excellent Printer
Love being able to print dircetly on dvd disks and printer door opens automatically so you cant forget to open it.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gilmo Watch your software compatibility, very limited!
Bought it to replace a less than 5 year old Canon that is no longer supported, won't work with a 5 year old Apple running OSX 10.6.8; wasted my money, gave it to friend with newer Apple. No more Canon products for me, thats burnt twice in less than 5 years.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Aspergras Ok, but not great.
I have had this all-in-one for two weeks. The print and scan quality seems to be good, but the GUI is a disappointment. The scanner often gets the aspect ratio for the scanned documents wrong and there is no way to adjust it. In many cases this results in excess white space, which can at least be corrected with third party software. However it also results in images that are truncated or cropped inappropriately and cannot be adjusted. Additionally, the only options for adjusting scan resolutions are low, medium, and, high. I would not recommend this machine for anything more than the most basic needs.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Texan78730 Disappointed in Canon for the first time
I have been a Canon devotee since 1971 when I bought a Canon camera.
But Canon printers no longer come with a rear feed (save the cheapest models), which was a feature I used 90% of the time for photos, greeting cards, envelopes, post cards, and so forth. I had templates set up for perhaps 8 different situations.
Now for something as simple as an envelope, I must unload 8.5"x11" paper, load the envelope, then reload the paper!
There are now two trays to cover almost everything I did with the rear feed.
The machine whirs and clicks and whirs and clicks for perhaps two minutes before printing starts (particularly if the machine has been turned off). Then it whirs and clicks after printing. How could anything as simple as printing an envelope require two minutes and a multitude of noises from within?!
Canon, the bloom has gone off the rose.
I would highly recommend Canon to a friend, just not their latest printers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eagle eye Welcome modifications!!
CONFESSION!! I had bought a Canon Pixma printer several years ago, but after two months, got rid of it, because it was taking FOREVER to print, be it simple documents or photos. Recently a fellow photographer told me he had decided to "try" another Pixma, and said "Canon MUST have got the messages about the ungodly and frustrating wait times to print!" Based on his critique, I decided to give the Pixma another "try!" I bought the 7720, and all I can say is: "YES!! Canon has addressed the problem!" To be honest, once in a while the printer still has"burps and hiccups" spasms before printing, BUT nowhere near as often AND the wait time HAS BEEN greatly reduced!! I've long preferred CANON based on the EXCELLENT quality of photo prints. CANON would be wise to further address to reduce, or better yet eliminate, the occasional wait time to print. When time is critical, that issue can cause one to look at Canon's competitors.