Canon’s Pixma G3260 Wireless Cartridge-Free MegaTank All-in-One Printer

A bulk-ink bargain, if you can live without an ADF


Canon Pixma G3260 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer Review at PCMag

Canon Pixma G3260 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer Review at PCMag

THE BOTTOM LINE

Canon’s Pixma G3260 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One isn’t speedy, and its scanner lacks a document feeder, but this bottle-fed inkjet delivers high-quality output at an ultra-low operating cost.

MSRP $199.99

PROS
    • Low running costs and relatively low purchase price
    • Outstanding print quality, especially photos
    • Up to 18,000 pages’ worth of black ink in the box
    • Supports 3.5- and 5-inch-square Instagram photo sizes
    • One-year Instant Exchange warranty
CONS
    • Archaic control panel
    • No automatic document feeder (ADF)
    • Slow print speeds

Canon Pixma G3260 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One – Updated 12/06/2021 – by William harrel

Canon’s $199.99 Pixma G3260 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer is an upgrade to the Pixma G3200 reviewed here early in 2017. Overall, aside from being a little faster and $100 cheaper, this Pixma isn’t very different from its predecessor. It prints impressive-looking documents and, as a bulk-ink machine refilled by bottles instead of cartridges, churns out snapshot-size photos for pennies, with some of the lowest running costs in the business. And its lower list price makes it, unlike many ink-tank printers, a terrific value up front or at the cash register. In terms of features, print speed, and capacity, the G3260 is mediocre, but its ability to print documents for fractions of a cent—however slowly—makes it a great bargain for families and home offices.


Read the entire review at PCMag.


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