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Good quality copies and prints.
Nice looking LCD screen.
Fast scanning and copying.
Control panel is easy to use.
Seems well made.
Interactive LCD menu.
Fast graphics and photo prints.
Intuitive control panel design.
Dual input trays.
Slight installation issues.
Installation can be long and tedious.
Need to get new software for installation.
Poor print quality.
No fax machine.
Flimsy paper cassette.
Slow text output speed.
Unreliable wireless performance.
Unique gray ink can be hard to find.
Odd colorings on plain paper.
No fax support.
By iGadget Life on October 14, 2010
Everything the printer can do is easy and functions as you’d want it to. The settings and steps aren’t complicated, they don’t require and special knowledge or technical skill to do, and this makes it a high-quality, user-friendly...
By Bonafide Reviews on January 01, 2010
The Canon MP980 All-in-One is easy to use once you get it setup which can take many minutes to complete. The control panel on the top makes life easy, and the LCD is actually very nice looking. The printer can be used via USB, ethernet over your...
By Shutterbug on December 10, 2009
Scanners & Printers All-in-One Printers; Versatile, But Good Enough For Photographers? By Jon Canfield • January, 2010 I’ve been a long-time believer in the old adage “jack of all trades, master of none.” This has certainly been the case in the...
By GadgetSpeak on July 13, 2009
Another quality inkjet AIO (All In One) from Canon. When closed it looks like a grey box with a black trim round the top edge. However lift the small lid at the front and a large TFT is revealed together with the buttons to control...
By PhotographyBLOG on July 03, 2009
Ive been a long time believer in the old adage Jack of all trades, master of none. This has certainly been the case in the past when it comes to getting high quality photos and good scans from an all-in-one device. But, things are changing fast in...
By DigitalVersus on June 20, 2009
The Pixma MP980 is a multifunction for those for whom photos are a priority – both prints and digitalisation (a 35 mm film adaptor unit is supplied). It has 6 separate cartridges (dye-based black and dye-based grey), Wi-Fi that is piloted from a...
By eTech Reviews on June 09, 2009
Canon’s Pixma MP980 Printer – The Most Desirable By Home Photo AficionadoCanon’s Pixma MP980 Printer is an upgraded version of MP 970. The MP 970 had the distinction of printing great-looking photos while being far less expensive than...
By cnet on May 11, 2009
The Canon Pixma MP980 multifunction printer, copier, and scanner are a step up from its predecessor, but the print quality isnt up to standard and it doesnt perform as quickly as the competition. The HP Photosmart Premium Fax all-in-one is a less...
By Macworld UK on April 03, 2009
For its price, the Canon Pixma MP980 could be better in some ways, but it is, at least, progressive. The control panel (integrated into the Canon Pixma MP980s scanner lid) is innovatively designed. Taking a cue from Apples iPod, it features a...
By PC Advisor on March 20, 2009
Considering the Canon Pixma MP980s price, we would have liked a faster machine with fewer oddities. However, its solidly built and reasonably priced to run, and therefore still well worth considering. Melissa Riofrio Lowest online price:...
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