Canon PIXMA MG3250 All-in-One Colour Printer (Print, Scan, Copy, Wi-Fi and Auto Duplex)

November 25, 2014 - Comment

Canon PIXMA MG3250 Compact AllinOne printer copier and scanner with WiFi for sharing around the home same features as the MG2250 but offers faster print speed of 92ipm mono and 50ipm for colour Features built in WiFi and a free smartphone and ta 6223B008 Product Features Wi-Fi All-In-One: Print, copy scan Mobile printing Apple AirPrint

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Canon PIXMA MG3250 Compact AllinOne printer copier and scanner with WiFi for sharing around the home same features as the MG2250 but offers faster print speed of 92ipm mono and 50ipm for colour Features built in WiFi and a free smartphone and ta 6223B008

Product Features

  • Wi-Fi All-In-One: Print, copy scan
  • Mobile printing Apple AirPrint support
  • Easy and efficient web printing
  • Print more with optional XL inks
  • Save paper with Auto Duplex print

Comments

mrs mousemat says:

Bad tempered and lies. I dislike this printer intensely. I’d had Canon’s before and apart from the high cost of inks, no problems.This printer is tetchy and unreliable. Its looks and feels cheap.It’s pics go into something called an ‘Image Garden’.Frankly that would be a sacking offence to have thought that one up if I was running the creative department.Because once you’ve copied them in.. They seem to disappear. No list of pictures to consult. It’s just aggravating.Not like my trusty old sturdy Dell, which I seriously considered rummaging around in the rubbish tip for and trying mouth to screen in an attempt to bring it back after dealing with this flighty thing.As for the constant messages saying ‘no ink.’ ….only a fool would argue with a machine. Unfortunately that was me – for buying it:…’There is ink Canon. And plenty of it – Stop lying’.And will it WI-fi print? Maybe if there is an R in the month…

R. Wigginton says:

A Pain in the A** After having my last Canon printer for so many years and it working without a hitch, I decided to put my faith in Canon again and treat myself to a modern replacement. I previously had the MP540 and wish I’d just stuck with it or chosen a different brand now. The software for this printer is bloated and, after installing it and seeing their widget/menu cluttering my desktop, I was immediately uninstalling it. As other reviewers have said, it’s not truly wireless either. I had the perfect space for this beneath my TV in the lounge, but if you want to scan or run any diagnostics it must be connected with the USB cable. So what’s the point really? As I write this now, it’s set up in exactly the same place as my old non-wireless printer. I can’t imagine anyone moving it backwards and forwards between rooms depending on what they’re using it for. Also, I’m trying to load 13cm x 18cm Canon photo paper and for the life of me wiggling it around in the tray, the printer won’t pick it up. It…

markx2 says:

Avoid this product 0

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