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Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in-One (4502B017)

Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in-One (4502B017)

Advanced Wireless Photo All-In-One Printer with 2.4″ LCD

  • Maximum 9600 x 2400 color dpi with microscopic droplets as small as 1 picoliter
  • All new Full HD Movie Print software turns your favorite HD movie clips captured with your compatible Canon EOS Digital SLR
  • Built-in 2-sided printing helps the environment and can cut your paper usage by up to 50%
  • Print your photos wirelessly from compatible iPhone 3G, 3GS, iPod touch, and iPad models
  • Borderless 4″ x 6″ photo in approx. 20 seconds. 5 individual ink cartridges are required for this item.

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Question by Liz A: How do I print from my Macbook Pro to a wireless Canon MX700 printer?
I just got my Macbook and am having a very hard time printing from it. I’ve installed the Canon MX700 printer and everything seems to be working fine, but when I print the document, nothing happens. It miraculously disappears from the printer’s job listing after a second and doesn’t print. How do i fix this? anyone?!

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What customers say about Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in-One (4502B017)?

  1. 585 of 592 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Surprisingly Competent & Affordable Wireless Multifunction Printer, November 3, 2010
    Kort “Art, Music, Book & Movie Enthusiast” (Boca Raton, FL, United States) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

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    I own an older model PIXMA iP3000 that I’ve been very impressed with and the MG5220 doesn’t change my opinion. If anything, I am even more impressed with its design, features and performance. Out of the box it is attractively styled and has a compact footprint. Installing the software and setting up a wireless connection on my home network was a snap with both my iMac and Windows 7 laptop. The controls are intuitive and the adjustable color LCD display is gorgeous. I’ve yet to explore all of it’s features, but without cracking open the manual I was able to photocopy, scan, print documents and print photos on photo paper. There is a brief warm-up period when turning the printer on or waking from power saving mode, but otherwise printing, copying and scanning are brisk, if not super-fast.

    Copy, print and scan quality all meet my high standards. A copy is hard to distinguish from the page it is copied from. Text is crisp and easy to read, and the duplex (double-sided) printing is a boon. Borderless photos are crisp and clear with good color saturation and accurate tonality. Scan detail is superb and the reproduction very accurate. The lower paper cassette and rear feed both hold plenty of paper. In fact, I am hard pressed to find anything not to like about this all-in-one. Sure, the cost to replace all of the ink cartridges (with Canon approved versions) is more than half the cost of the printer, but that is sadly the norm the days. I can’t speak to it’s longevity or how it will operate over time, but if it is anything like the IP3000, then I am hopeful.

    For personal use or a small home office that wants a compact all-in-one that copies, prints and scans quickly and with quality, then the Cannon PIXMA MG5220 should be on your short list.

    EDIT(01/12/2011): After about 3 months of use, and printing a lot of photos for the holidays, the colored inks that came with the printer ran out. The blacks are still going strong, though it won’t print without the colored ones being replaced (even B&W).

    EDIT(01/31/2011): I just wanted to clarify that while the colors are low, only one needed immediate replacing. The rest are hanging in there and the black ink levels still appear good.

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  2. 289 of 298 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Printer I’ve Ever Owned, August 26, 2010
    Swany (Wisconsin, USA) –

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    This printer is great, I did a lot of research and decided to try it. I have never owned a better printer. It connected to my home WiFi and every device in my house (including my iPhone and my wife’s iPad) can print to it. Pages print at blazing speed, and I can load both photo paper and regular paper at the same time and it automatically selects the correct media. Photos are gorgeous and text is super black and crisp. Push a button on the printer and it makes a copy or sends a file to my PC. I tried printing from my camera’s memory card and that was super easy, the color LCD leaves no doubt about which photo is printing. It is beautiful to look at, although I’m sure it will need a lot of dusting (it is glossy black).

    I bought this printer because my one-year old HP quit printing photos after I upgraded to Mac OS X Snow Leopard. I decided to give Canon a try. I will never buy another HP again. I liked their print quality, but they “abandon” you with driver support way too fast. Plus this Canon is easily 4x faster. And for $149, well what is there to complain about? I cannot comment on the ink usage, since I just got it, but I will update this review after a couple of months use.

    Bye, bye HP, hello Canon!

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  3. 396 of 418 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Maybe not what you are looking for, May 10, 2011
    readersf (San Francisco, CA USA) –

    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-in-One (4502B017) (Office Product)

    I am writing this review for those who, like me, needed a copier scanner but are not able to spend 5 months researching it. If you are an expert, please pass by; but if you are part of the general buying public, learn from my mistakes, if you can.

    The machine promises nice features. It wasn’t that easy to set up, but it could be done without too much trouble.

    Why the complaints?
    1. It is slow and cranky. It powers down between jobs. If you wish to print two photographs within ten seconds of each other, that is no problem. But if you copy a piece of paper and come back to make another copy 5 minutes later, be warned: it will take up 8 minutes to warm itself up again. Not such a good idea when someone is standing there waiting for his original.

    2. The ink. Oh,the ink. So of course I had to buy a black cartridge and then a set of black, cyan, magenta, and yellow cartridges. Since I have yet to print a color picture, I have never used any save the large black. But, within 2 months, the machine informed me that they were all low. At which point it stopped functioning. It will not scan, nor copy, nor do anything. So I spend 60 bucks replacing cartridges that have never been used. And now it says I need to replace them again. And it will not function without them, even though it has only been printing in black. The result is that I have paid Canon an extra $120 . I haven’t found the machine particularly fun to use. Sad to say, the lady at the Fedex/Kinko’s calls me by name: it is easier and cheaper than using my Canon Pixma. To put this in perspective, I have only printed a total of 60 (sixty) documents (all black , all orndinary pieces of paper) on my Canon in the last 9 months, and am already on my third cycle of ink, i.e. $180. Yes, that comes to $3 a page. I admire greed, but the Canon Pixma is beyond the dreams of avarice.

    I don’t enjoy giving negative reviews, but most buyers are taking a leap of faith when they buy, and I am suggesting that they leap in a different direction. It is the advice I wish someone had given me.

    The above was my first review of a device, rather than of a book. I am grateful for all the responses and comments it has received, all of which were helpful. Thank you for taking the time.
    I have long since adjusted the greyscale, although the colored inks do dry out and need replacing about every 4 months, even if unused. And I do intend to use them. Contrary to certain comments, everything was done as directed. Canon and Best Buy swear that the machine is not defective. I would not have reviewed a defective machine, as this does nobody any good. Costs of printing are still over two dollars (U.S.) a page.

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