Easy to use.
Good print quality.
Wealth of features.
Straightforward wireless setup.
Works with Android and iOS phones.
Wide media card support.
Overly sensitive controls.
Memory card issues with Mac OS.
Oversensitive virtual buttons make it too easy to actuate the wrong function.
No automatic document feeder.
Smart phone app doesn't support documents.
Slow print speeds over Wi-Fi.
High cost of ink.
Glossy black picks up dust and fingerprints.
By InfoWorld on June 11, 2011
The touch-sensitive control panel is a lot of fun and easy to use. The only physical button you'll find on the Pixma MG6120 is the power button. All other controls light up...80
By TechReviewSource on April 26, 2011
The Canon Pixma MG6120 is a compact multifunction printer that has a touch-interface, wireless connectivity and an automatic document feeder. It also has a budget-friendly price and performance that doesn't leave anything to want. In total, the...80
By cnet on April 19, 2011
We recommend the Canon Pixma MG6120 compact multifunction printer for its simple touch-sensitive control panel, HD Movie Print feature, and capable performance that stand out from the...70
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on April 13, 2011
A touch-sensitive control panel lifts the well-equipped, reasonably fast MG6120 over its midpriced competition....80
By LaptopMag on March 17, 2011
It wasn't the printer with the fastest speed or best print quality, but the $159 Canon Pixma MG6120 provides plenty of features--including the ability to print from your Android or iOS device--for a good price. It can handle documents with ease, and...70
By The Imaging Resource on February 12, 2011
Review Date: February 2011 (With this piece, we introduce our new In Context reports. While not reviews, they report the Features, System Requirements, In the Box and Consumables section of a review, adding a comparison table of the other printers in...-
By PrinterComparison on November 22, 2010
If you just read this entire review, you probably noticed that throughout I compared the Pixma MG6120 to the Pixma MG8120 because the MG6120 is almost identical to MG8120. The print speeds are the same, the quality is just as good (both printers use...70
By Computer Shopper on October 01, 2010
This elegantly designed, solidly constructed all-in-one inkjet produces stunning output for amateur photographers who need a printer they won't be embarrassed to show off in their living rooms....83
By Testfreaks on August 23, 2010
Canon has got a winner here in the Pixma MG6120 , it’s just got a ton of features that anyone can appreciate. It’s truly a great printer for the home or home office that produces excellent results.Setup is simple and quick, just enter you...90