Wasn’t it just the other day, when talking about Canon’s top-of-the-line consumer-grade photo printer, the $199.99 (MSRP) Canon Pixma MG7520 Photo All-in-One Inkjet Printer, I said that the Tokyo imaging giant’s 6-ink printers were among the best. Also great printers, although a little bit cheaper and not quite as vibrant as their 6-ink siblings, are Canon’s 5-ink Pixmas, like the topic of this review, Canon’s $149.99 (MSRP) Pixma MG6620 Photo All-in-One Inkjet Printer.
Part of a trio of photo printers Canon released recently, at $150, the MG6620 is in the middle, with the abovementioned MG7120 above it, and the $99.99 MG5620 (which I’ll be reviewing in a few days) bringing up the rear. What you give up for the $50 between the MG7120 and MG6620 is primarily the former’s sixth ink tank, and a slightly smaller LCD (3.5 inches versus 3.0 inches).
Read the entire review at About.com.