Canon PIXMA MG3220

70
Global
Score
70

A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.

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Reviewed.com Printers says:

All our gripes aside, the MG3220 is slow, but solid. At a starting price of $79.99, it’s reasonably priced. However, given that there are faster entry-level printers with little loss in color accuracy, like the Kodak ESP 3.2, we find ourselves hard pressed to recommend the MG3220 to the average family. It would be a good match for someone who needs more color accuracy, but not more free time.
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Breakdown

Speed
5.2
Print quality
7.2
Other features (networking, etc.)
7.3
Ink / toner cost
5.0
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Specs

PIXMA

Type
Multifunction
Printing type
Inkjet
Memory card reader
no
WiFi
yes
Connections (to hosts)
USB
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Specs

PIXMA

Type
Multifunction
Printing type
Inkjet
Memory card reader
no
WiFi
yes
Connections (to hosts)
USB
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