Canon PIXMA MG3120 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One (5289B019)

Compact and stylish Wireless Photo All-In-One Printer.Power Supply AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz.1-Year Limited Warranty.

3 thoughts on “Canon PIXMA MG3120 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One (5289B019)

  1. K. Groh says:

    Great Machine – Costly Cartridges What a great machine for the price! It has a color flatbed scanner/OCR document reader and prints color pages plus photos. Tons of features in one small piece of office equipment.It installed very easily and went wireless quickly once it went through set-up using the USB cable (provided). To keep it wireless, you can remove the USB cable since it is only temporary for set-up. Printing pictures was very easy and they are beautiful – rich colors, very crisp images.Scanning is easy too and offers images to be jpegs, PDFs or OCR (taking a typed document and changing it to editable text).The only issue I had is that in searching for replacement cartridges – there are two, black and color, they are not only a little difficult to find but expensive at that. Canon direct only had the XL versions available for $49.99 (double pack – one of each). Currently, Staples, Office Max, and Costco do not carry the cartridges. Amazon carries them from a reseller (plus…

  2. Feltre says:

    Very Happy With This Printer I was looking for a wireless printer and this one is perfect for we wanted. The actual networking was easy to set up – in fact the only thing I had any trouble with was putting in the ink cartridges – simply because I hadn’t turned the printer on to allow the printer cartridge cradle to move into position. It prints amazing photos and I am really surprised at the quality of them. I have 3 computers using this printer and no problems on any of them.

  3. John Keitz says:

    Competent Basic Printer, but Beware the Misleading Advertising To begin with, this is a competent ink-jet style printer. It prints slowly, but all ink printers do that. It scans photos and documents about as well as any other printer. It is also wireless, which is a big selling point.Now for what it doesn’t do. First, both the description and the label on the printer itself says “Plus, you can print and scan jpeg and pdf files wirelessly from compatible iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices while enjoying a new way to load your genuine Canon ink and paper.” Unfortunately, a quick check of the Apple AirPrint site will tell you that while many Cannon printers are AirPrint compatible, this one IS NOT. So, if you want to “…print and scan … wirelessly from compatible iPad, iPhone, iPod touch…” you will need to spend $10 to purchase a program called FingerPrint. Then you will need to leave a computer running all the time with FingerPrint on it in order to print to this printer from your iPhone (I’m running an iPhone 4S,…

Leave a Reply

Welcome International users! We ship worldwide. Dismiss