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Canon PIXMA™ MG5520 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One Printer

Item # 208982 OfficeMax # 24143703
All-in-one photo printer for versatile printing, scanning and copying
  • Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) offers superb wireless connectivity.
  • 12.2 ipm maximum black and white print speed and 8.7 ipm maximum color print speed
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All-in-one photo printer for versatile printing, scanning and copying
  • Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) offers superb wireless connectivity. 
  • 12.2 ipm maximum black and white print speed and 8.7 ipm maximum color print speed  (manufacturer speed ratings).
  • 4800 x 1200 dpi maximum optimized color print resolution. 
  • Print from the Cloud, your mobile device or your computer with PIXMA Printing Services (PPS) and AirPrint. 
  • 5 individual ink tanks and ChromaLife 100+ system for great print quality.  Full-capacity ink cartridges included. Snap Edge feature lets you replace them easily.
  • Automatic 2-sided printing saves paper and money. 
  • 100-sheet paper tray capacity. 
  • Features auto power on, auto scan mode, quick start and quiet mode. 
  • ENERGY STAR— For products that meet federal guidelines for energy efficiency. 

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Item # 208982 
Manufacturer # 8580B002  
auto double-sided printing yes
brand name Canon
cable included no
compatible toner/ink PGI-250; CLI-251 (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black)
connector type Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)
dimensions 5.9"H x 18"W x 14.6"D
functionality 3-in-1 (print, scan and copy)
ink/toner cartridge(s) included full-capacity cartridge(s)
manufacturer Canon, Inc.
maximum black and white print speed 12.2 ppm (manufacturer speed rating)
maximum color print speed 8.7 ppm (manufacturer speed rating)
maximum optimized color print resolution 4800 x 1200 dpi
maximum sheet size 8 1/2" x 14"
mobile printing app based and email
model Canon PIXMA MG5520 (Black) Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One
number of paper trays 1
operating system compatibility Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; Windows 8; Mac OS X 10.6.8+
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total paper tray capacity 100 sheets
total recycled content 0%
touch-screen no
warranty length 1-yr limited
wide-format printing no

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Canon PIXMA? MG5520 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One Printer 2.7 5 39 39
Great Printer Just a really nice affordable printer with great features. September 28, 2014
Worst printer I've ever owned This printer has been one huge disappointment. Problem #1, it's very cheaply made. Problem #2, it has a very poor interface. You have to jump between buttons under the display, arrow keys and an OK button to do anything. It's not always obvious which one to press and if you pick the wrong one you get an error message you have to clear. Problem #3, it's poorly designed. To print you have to drop a door, pull out the bottom tray (but not past the arrow!), rotate out a little bar then flip up a piece on the end of it. That's the input. Then you fold down a second door that was behind the first and slide out an extension, that's for the output. Oh, and when you want to remove the extra paper you put in it they supply a nice little notch so you can grab the edge of the paper but it's not deep enough to actually reach the paper's edge. Minor but still a poor design. Problem #4, it's a pain to get working. For the longest I could print from my phone but not my laptop. Finally a driver update fixed that one at least. But even then, if I try to print in a day or two the computer will report the printer isn't found (using wireless). You have to go through the WLAN setup on the printer (or "the device" as it calls itself) again (after being scolded for pressing "OK" instead of a different button, again). That rarely completes successfully but after getting a timeout error from the printer I can usually print to it. Until next time. Problem #5, it is slow, slow, slow. I've owned several printers in the last 20 years and this is absolutely the slowest. A lot of that is because before the first print it spends at least a minute clunking and whirring and blinking lights and doing nothing useful. After that it's just slow, slow. Unless you print a photo, then add a couple of extra "slows". Especially since I often have to reprint as it will print a part page then spit it out. As for the slowness, I've read that leaving it on all the time helps. Mine still clunks and grunts, though, for the first print and the superbright LEDs might as well be a nightlight. Problem #6, all that clunking is NOISY. The bottom line is this is one of the clunkiest, cheapest most poorly designed things I've ever owned. September 25, 2014
Very Disappointed I bought this printer to replace an older Canon printer that I was very pleased with. I wish I could say the same for this. The Output Tray cannot handle more than a couple of sheets of paper without them falling off. The first time a printer a multi-page document I was quite surprised to find that the pages weren't collated. I read the manual and have changed the settings to collate the pages, but it only does so randomly. September 21, 2014
Worst Printer Ever I've only had this printer a few weeks and have only been able to print/scan once without restarting or reinstalling. Why can't I just select "print" and receive a basic document? Instead I spend at least 30 minutes trouble shooting each time. Checking the return policy now... September 12, 2014
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