About.com Rating 3 1/2
When you think of photo printers, which printer maker comes to mind? HP? Canon? Epson? Well, while they all make decent photo printers, when I think photo printers, more often than not, I think Canon—a name associated with quality imaging for as long as I can remember (and I’m here to tell you, that’s quite a long time). In fact, I’ve said here (and several other places on the Internet) that few, if any, photo-optimized consumer-grade machines print photos as well as Canon’s 6-ink Pixmas.
Today, though, we’re talking about a 5-ink Pixma, Canon’s $99.99 (MSRP) Pixma MG5620 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in-One, part of a trio of Photo All-in-Ones (AIOs) the Japanese imaging giant debuted recently. The other two were the $149.99-list, 5-ink Pixma MG6620 and the $199.99-list, 6-ink Pixma MG7520. As the cheapest of the three, the MG5620, as you’d imagine, comes, compared to the other two models, stripped down, lacking what many people may consider important convenience and productivity features.
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