Canon’s Entry-Level Consumer-Grade Pixma TS3320 All-in-One Photo Printer Update

Review of the Canon Pixma TS3320 at PCMag

  • PROS

    Good print quality. Light and compact. Solid mobile device support. Smart voice-activated. 

  • CONS

    High cost per page. No automatic document feeder, SD card or USB thumb drive support, or borderless photo printing larger than 5 by 7 inches. Slow document printing. Wasteful four-color/two-cartridge system.


    The Canon Pixma TS3320 prints text, graphics, and photos well for its low price, making it a good basic AIO for families with moderate print and copy needs.

ByWilliam Harrel November 10, 2019 2:31AM EST
Editors’ Rating: GOOD

The Canon Pixma TS3320 Wireless All-in-One Printer ($79.99) is an entry-level consumer-grade all-in-one (print, copy, scan) inkjet photo printer designed for family and home office use. An update to the TS3120 reviewed here back in 2017, the TS3320 is somewhat similar in price and features to HP’s DeskJet 3755, another budget-friendly AIO. Like its predecessor, the TS3320 is a fundamental machine with slow print speeds, high running costs, and the smallest feature set among Canon’s TS-series photo-centric Pixmas. What the TS3320 has going for it is top-quality output, especially photos. It’s a good fit for families who care about printing a few nice snapshots each month, as well as printing or copying the occasional document.

Read the entire review at PCMag

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