Low Price Canon PIXMA MG5350 All-in-One Colour Printer (Print, Copy, Scan, Wi-Fi and Auto Duplex)
- Advanced Photo All-in-One with 7.5cm TFT display
- Supports Apple AirPrint
- Advanced Media Handling: Auto Duplex, 2 way paper feed & Direct Disc Print
- PIXMA Cloud Link, access & print content directly from the Internet
- Photos with up to 9600dpi, min. 1pl droplets, 5 Single Inks & ChromaLife100+
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I bought this printer primarily because it supports AirPrint (iPhone/iPad
printing) and at 45cm wide x 36.6cm deep x 16.6cm high it isn't a huge beast of
a machine. It comes in a sleek gloss black and though I don't think it would win
any beauty contests, it looks smart on a shelf. It feels a bit cheap to handle,
but to be fair it is an inexpensive machine.
Out of the box, setting up is quick and easy. The interface is a wheel/button combo but the wheel can be fiddly. The wheel turns around with very little resistance, so when you let go sometimes it moves again and selects something you didn't mean to. And the arrangement of buttons can be misleading as it appears to direct you to the left hand button under the screen, when actually you need to press the centre of the wheel.
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Since the AirPrint feature was the main reason I bought this printer, I was keen to try printing from my iPad. Unfortunately my iPad couldn't "see" the printer, so I was unable to print unless I went through Canon's (free) iEPP app. Fortunately after a little research, I found that updating the printer's firmware solved the problem and I was up and running - easy to do but should you really have to do this for a printer that has only been out for a couple of weeks?
The main strength of this printer is it's photo printing which is decent quality and very fast (about 20 seconds for a 6" x 4" print). I take pictures on my iPhone and send them wirelessly to the printer, though you can also print directly from a camera's SD. It is very quick to warm up, so no waiting around while your printer makes R2D2 noises before starting a print job! If noise is a concern there is a quiet mode, though this slows printing speed. You can stock it with paper in the tray underneath or slide it in the back so you can keep A4 in one and photo paper in the other and the printer will select the appropriate source. If you forget to open the output tray after sending a document to print, it automatically opens (I'm a sucker for a gimmick!). If you are printing text, duplex printing (printing both sides without having to manually turn the pages over) is a feature that can save you a lot of paper. I haven't tried it yet, but it is apparently even capable of printing onto CD/DVD. It won't print A3 like my old printer did, but the number of times I actually did this were very few and far between.
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Scanning is excellent and can be controlled from the iPad (put document on flatbed scanner, then on iPad select size and press go). It is much quicker than the scanners of old (well, the nineties and noughties) that I remember and you don't need to wait around while it generates a preview and then a final scan.
Ink isn't the cheapest but it's not ridiculously expensive either, and the five single inks mean that if one runs out you only need to replace that one.
A great general purpose scanner/printer.
When my beautiful Epson R800 gave it's last gasp I had to find a printer that was almost as good but was also wireless as it was necessary for the new work I was involved in. Unfortunately, I could not stretch to a new R800 and besides, the cost of ink was over £110 for all eight cartridges and so my search began, along with all the reviews etc etc. Having made the final decision to go with this Canon MG5350 I have to say that I was still somewhat hesitant about the decision because the R800 had been turning out the finest of work and clients never even thought about complaining as the resolution was perfect so it was with some anxiety that I pressed the button to print off my first photo on A4, what a fool I felt when I saw the final print because there was no need for any anxious moments, it was quite beautiful and I was extremely pleased.
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From the start and setting up the machine it was so very easy and again I had read that people had experienced a few problems but I had encountered none at all and it was up and running within 15 minutes of opening the package. When I realise that this machine was a third of the cost of the R800 and yet it turns such stunning photos I can tell you I am delighted on cost and final product counts. I heartily recommend this beautiful multi purpose machine to any and everyone.
I have to say I am happy with the function of the printer and finally, the
service from Amazon, although some lengthy phone calls and several emails were
required to sort things out. I ordered this printer via FUZION on Amazon. The
order was placed, it was showing in stock, so I waited. And waited, and waited.
FInally after almost a week I contacted FUZION thru AMazon only to get an email
saying they either hadnt received my order, or that Amazon hadnt sent it.
Fruitless emails with FUZION who were polite but totally unhelpful, resulted in
myself as a photographer having clients contacting me asking where their CD of
event photos were. ( I needed the printer for printer directly on to CDs and
this printer is very good for that). My clients were getting annoyed, I was not
receiving any solutions from FUZION only excuses, so a long phone discussion
with Amazon took place. I eventually got the printer direct from Amazon at a
price similar to the third party seller, which arrived promptly the next day.
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My advice, stay clear of FUZION, caused me nothing but aggrevation with my business and clients, I will never shop with you again. I may have been unlucky with them, do you want to be?
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