Canon Pixma MX512
Automatic document feeder, * Automatic duplex printing.
Automatic duplex printing, Automatic document feeder.
Low price for its feature set, Good-looking printed, copied, and scanned output, Easy to set up and use
Small size, Duplex printing, Standalone copier and fax, Automatic document feeder, WiFi, Ethernet.
Pricey black ink, * Inefficient control panel
Inefficient control panel, Pricey black ink.
Somewhat sluggish, High cost per page
Low paper capacity, High claimed cost per page.
By Macworld on May 31, 2012
The $150 Canon Pixma MX512 inkjet multifunction printer (copy/fax/print/scan) is a bit of a mixed bag. Print quality—aside from color graphics on plain paper, which suffered from an excess of orange—seemed very good. Output speeds were...60
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on May 17, 2012
This competent, low-volume multifunction printer offers good output and speed, but costly black ink and some design oddities are...60
By Computer Shopper on March 30, 2012
This entry-level all-in-one inkjet prints, copies, and scans well, if relatively slowly. Considering the features you get for the price, it would be a good value were the per-page cost of ink not so high....60
By PC Mag on March 16, 2012
The Canon Pixma MX512 Wireless Office All-in-One offers a long list of features, but unless your print needs are extremely light duty, the high cost per page limits its appeal. ...50
By PrinterComparison on March 15, 2012
The Canon Pixma MX512 packs in four devices - print, scan, copy and fax - and more in a compact, good looking and easy to use box. The text and photo quality were as good as we've seen from a Pixma in the Office AIO lineup, its Energy Star qualified...70
By reviewed.com on March 08, 2012
Meet the MX512, an entry-level office all-in-one printer from Canon. While its CMY and black ink cartridges have a somewhat low capacity, the printer does a fairly good job at making good photo prints and serves well as an office printer with a fax,...-