Canon Pixma MG5320
Printing is extremely quiet.
Slick, compact design.
Packs a punch for its price and size.
Canon's new imaging suite with HD Movie Print.
Automatic photo filters.
Useful features like Pixma Cloud Link printing and an integrated disc labeler.
CD and DVD printing.
Fast photo printing.
Easy to set up and use.
Glitchy out of the box.
Initially disorienting button placement.
Lacks an Ethernet port for wired networking.
No high-yield cartridges available.
Consumables can get pricey.
Menu navigation buttons can be confusing.
No automatic document feeder.
Poor copying of skin tones.
High cost per page.
By InfoWorld on November 26, 2011
Ranging from $150 to $300, these inkjets handle printing, scanning, and good old fashioned faxing at prices that almost make it seem you're getting the faxing for free. Many include CD and DVD printing, wireless networking, automatic document...70
By eTech Reviews on October 13, 2011
Canon Pixma MG5320 is a well designed and affordably priced all in one inkjet printer that offers new imaging suite of high definition movie print of Canon, automatic image filters, integrated disc labeller, Pixma Cloud Link printing, excellent scan...-
By Digital Trends on August 29, 2011
The Canon Pixma MG5320 was easy to setup and navigate, printed high-quality photos, zipped out pages quickly, and barely made a peep compared to some noisy...70
By cnet on August 25, 2011
We recommend the Canon Pixma MG5320 and its photo-friendly features for amateur photographers shopping for a do-most-of-it imaging device, but the step-up Pixma MG6120 is a better fit for multiuser...70
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on August 12, 2011
CD/DVD printing distinguishes this midpriced model in a crowded field. Inks are reasonably priced....70
By Computer Shopper on August 01, 2011
The Pixma MG5320 is a photo-centric AIO that offers a ton of perks for home and small offices, but its budget price means a few sacrifices....85
By PrinterComparison on July 29, 2011
The Canon Pixma MG5320 is worthy of a spot in pretty much every household. Our "cons" were almost not worth mentioning, except for the somewhat irritating print head alignment issue (it sometimes took the print head as long as two and a half minutes...80