Good print quality overall. Small and light. Auto-duplexing print engine. Borderless prints up to letter size. Strong mobile device support. Smart home voice-activation.
No ADF. No SD card or USB thumb drive support. High cost per page. Wasteful four-color/two-cartridge system.
- BOTTOM LINE
The Canon Pixma TS5320 does a fine job with text, graphics, and especially photos, making it a good basic AIO for families who require moderate printing and copying.
November 10, 2019 3:04PM EST
Editors’ Rating: Excellent
Near the bottom of the pecking order in Canon’s TS series of consumer-grade Pixma photo printers, the Pixma TS5320 Wireless All-in-One ($99.99) is an upgrade to the TS5120 reviewed here in March 2018. Like most of Canon’s photo-centric TS all-in-ones (print, copy, and scan), the TS5320 is relatively slow but prints quite well, especially photos. Another thing it shares with most TS series Pixmas is a steep consumables cost per page, making it best as a low-volume print and copy solution for family and home office use.
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