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PIXMA MG7120 Red

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Item Code: 8335B026
Estimated Retail Price: $199.99

PIXMA MG7120 2.8 5 32 32
HUGE disappointment I can't describe how much I dislike this printer. I had an MP970 for 7 years and loved it. so I thought my next printer should be the newest improved Canon. The first printer froze in a non-functioning position after 2 months. i now have a replacement that doesn't pick up paper of any size other than 8.5"x11".Canon even gave me a gift of 4"x 8" paper to use and there isn't a way to use it with their printer. The help desk and instructions on setting the printer head are wrong so I had to spend half a day on the phone getting instructions. the scanner sucks big time. Had to buy a separate scanner. Buy something else! May 16, 2014
Eats Ink I should have paid closer attention to the reviews. This printer produces nice output, but it is very costly (ink). May 15, 2014
Lots of features Nice looking piece of equipment. Seems reasonably fast at printing and scanning. Be sure to follow the instructions for setup--there are lots of pieces of packing materials. After only a few days of use, the printer seems very slow to start up when it is turned on. Cannot print files from Google Chrome browser, but OK from Internet Explorer. I look forward to experimenting with photo printing. April 21, 2014
OK but some disappointments I bought the 7120 directly from Canon as a replacement for my MP980 (which failed to print after 3 years and was uneconomical to repair). Unfortunately the new printer lacks a feature of the old one (viz.-Scanning slides). The 7120 moved the slot for the camera memory card to the left side which is more convenient for me. I made it through tax season, printing the pdf tax forms. The 7120 requires some care in stocking up the plain paper cassette making sure the paper lies below the guides on both sides, else the printer grabs multiple sheets. This requires removing the cassette from the printer. The MP980 allowed me to just slip new paper into the cassette and print. After printing a fair number of tax forms, I still have not had to replace an ink reservoir; after printing the first few sheets, the ink status on the printer screen seemed to show I had used 50%. Fortunately, this was not the case. The new menu icons are far too complicated for me and confusing to simply set routine printer functions. I chose to use the USB wire connection (cable not included) rather than fool around with wi-fi. Overall, the new printer works well, but not as satisfactorially as the MP980. April 16, 2014
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