I had this same model for 3-4 years, used it a lot, so I bought another one
Canon PIXMA MX922 Inkjet Multifunction Printer - Color - Photo/Disc Print - Desktop, Black
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21.75 x 11.50 x 19.50 Inches
I have owned a MX922 before. It lasted for many years. When it failed I was glad to be able to purchase another one. I hope to get many years of service with this one as well. One of the best parts of the unit is, the ink tanks are that, they are tanks not cartridges. That makes the cost of ink much lower. I have been very happy with Canon products.
I'm a student & use my printer mainly for printing out school assignments & coupons. This printer takes up a lot of desktop space but the quality is amazing. Pictures/graphics come out very clear/detailed. printing is a lot faster in economy mode or when only using black. I like that each color has a separate cartridge, so If I'm only out of yellow, I can just replace that one instead of getting a whole new color cartridge. This should help save money in the long run.
When I purchased my previous printer, a Canon model MX870, several years ago it lasted six or seven years, and was the first printer I ever bought that lasted more than a year. I paid what I consider an exorbitant price for it, something like $250. Since MX922 is the new model 'equivalent' to the MX870 (it is not 'equivalent;' it is better, faster, higher tech, and easier to use), I fully expect the same life span and quality in this printer even though it only cost me $100.
This printer is perfect for my business. It has all the features I need -- fax, scanner, printer, copier, auto feed for scanning and printing. It is a little loud but I can deal with it. Can't beat it for the price. My previous printer, Canon MG5220, lasted from Christmas 2011 until I purchased this printer in February 2017. With that experience, I am a permanent customer of Canon and I will always be a permanent customer of Walmart. The printer was more at Amazon plus they were going to charge for shipping. Walmart brought this to me with no shipping charges. A happy camper!
Seems like a fairly nice printer, but of course I just received it. Yes, it is BIG- and heavy. Much bigger that I wanted, but other reviewers warned me about that. Startup instructions are very sketchy and NOT self-explanatory. As with most technology, you have to know how to do everything already in order to figure out how to do anything. Not easy for me to set up, but seems to be working well so far. I have yet to figure out how to print wirelessly from my tablets, but I guess that will come. NOTE: The setup adds a huge confusing menu to the PC desktop. Like the printer, this menu is way too big. A lot of it seems to be connections to online sites for ordering supplies, etc. Another large item appears on the desktop- the "image garden" all about printing photos, etc. Again, wasted space and clutter on my screen. Had to search for settings to remove them from my desktop. The print quality is great, and I like how the scanner works smoothly. But again some caveats: It takes a long time to warm up, and makes lots of scary noises in the process. It does not shut off automatically when idle- it 'goes to sleep' apparently, but two bright lights remain on unless you manually shut down the printer completely. And then, whether it wakes up or is turned on again, it goes thru the long warm-up process again. Of course I have no idea yet how long the ink cartridges last or the printer's overall longevity.
Takes forever to warm up, usually 1 to 2 minutes before anything prints after you hit the print button. Uses a LOT of ink and it's not cheap to replace. My old Canon was MUCH better, printed within a few seconds and didn't eat ink like this one does. When it finally prints, the printouts look great, so it's OK as long are you aren't in a hurry to get anything printed and have extra cash to buy ink over and over..
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