Canon PIXMA MX922 Review
- Features: Wireless LAN, Air Print, Google Cloud Print, Wireless
- Printing, Mobile Device Printing, And With USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
- Plug the cable into PC for a super fast connection for data transfers
- Fully-Integrated, And 35-sheet Duplex Auto Document Feeder
- Easily copy, scan and fax multiple documents without having to load
- Them one page at a time, Compatible Smartphones, PC, Laptops
- Built-In Auto Duplex Printing, Automatically print on both sides
- Of the page without the hassle of turning it over manually
- Compatible with Individual/Combo CLI-251 XL Ink Tanks
- Also With Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) And PGI-250 XL
- PGI-255 XXL Pigment Black Ink Tanks, 20-Foot cord, OS Compatibility
- Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows 7 & 7 SP1, Windows Vista SP1
- And Vista SP2, Windows XP SP3 32-bit And Mac OSX 10.6.8 – 10.9.x
- Dimension (WxDxH) 19.4(W)x15.6(D)x9.1(H), Weight 25.7 pounds
Canon Office and Business MX922 All-In-One Printer, Wireless, and mobile printing
A close cousin of the Canon Pixma MX522, the Canon Pixma MX922 Wireless Office All-in-One Printer offers all the features that made the MX522 popular, plus ample extras—including enhanced photo properties, the ability to print to optical discs, and improved performance. paper is included. Handling Capability—making it ideal for considering as a home printer or dual role of home and home office printer, and also better positioned for sharing in a micro office.
Like the Canon PIXMA MX522, the MX922 makes it possible for you to print and scan, as well as scan from a PC; You can use it as a standalone copier and fax machine, And it can scan and print with a USB key. It additionally has the flexibility to preview images on its three-inch color LCD. This printer supports each LAN and Wi-Fi support, a duplexer (for two-sided printing), and a letter-size flatbed, and an automatic document feeder (ADF) for scanning.
|Smartphones, PC, Laptops
|Recommended Uses For Product
|8.5 inch x 11
One small addition to the Canon PIXMA MX922 when compared with the Canon PIXMA MX922 is that its ADF offers slightly higher printability at 35 pages. Specifically, it gives users the power to scan in the duplex by flipping the paper over to scan the other side. An array of menu commands let it work in conjunction with duplex printing to copy both single- and double-sided originals to your choice of single- or double-sided copies.
Ethernet and Wi-Fi connection options let you easily share printers over a network, but this is a common feature among many printers in the same category. However, unlike the Canon PIXMA MX922, the MX922 brings good paper capacity at 250 sheets, which makes it practical to share in a typical micro office without having to constantly refill the paper tray.
It comes with a separate photo paper tray for up to 20 sheets of 4-by-6-inch photo paper, which enables you to switch between printing photos and printing on plain paper without necessarily swapping the paper in the tray.
Recently I’ve noticed another feature on Canon printers, Wireless PictBridge for wireless printing on cameras, but it only works with select Canon cameras. Support for mobile printing isn’t like anything we’ve seen in other printers lately, just the usual AirPrint which connects to both the printer and the phone or tablet via Wi-Fi access only. I bet it would be better if you connect the printers directly to your phone or tablet.
Canon Pixma MX922’s printing speed is just an Achilles heel. It is capable of printing with a reduction of 2.4 pages per minute (ppm). This makes it slightly faster than the less expensive Canon PIXMA MX922, at 2.1 ppm. That’s slower than any equally priced printer, as an example, the Epson workforce WF-3540 at 4.5 ppm.
Perhaps making for slow-motion for commercial applications is a reasonably fast motion for photographs, averaging 1 minute 5 seconds for 4 by 6. It’s actually faster than the WF-3340 at 1:12. The Pixma MX922’s output quality is a compensation for the slow motion. Graphics quality is on par, but text quality is a step below the top level for an inkjet, with photo quality at the top level for low-cost inkjets.
While it has good photo quality, I suggest that for better photo output, you’ll have to move up to more expensive models designed for professional and near-professional photographers and graphic artists.
Our Rating | Excellent
If you always print enough pages so that fast speeds are an absolute necessity, for that matter, you may want to look elsewhere. However, for many homes, home offices, and small workplace use, the Canon Pixma office and Business Canon PIXMA MX922 All-In-One Printer, Wireless, and mobile printing ought to be quick enough.
- Automatic duplex printing and scanning
- Nice output quality
- Control panel design can be confusing
- Inks are a little pricier than average
If you always print enough pages so that fast speeds are an absolute necessity, for that matter, you may want to look elsewhere. However, for most home, home office, and micro office use, the Canon Pixma MX922 should be fast enough. More important, its output quality, paper capacity, and a long list of MFP features—from duplexing ADF to the ability to print to optical discs, to the ability to print or scan with a USB key—are, for most people, relatively pokey speeds. For over makeup.
And the overall balance is what makes the Canon Pixma MX922 Printer a cheaper alternative to our Editors’ Choice Brother MFCL2700DW, which is worth a lot longer when you shop around.