Terrific Resolution — This level of quality is achieved by 4800 x 1200 maximum color dpi1, thanks to Canon Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) with a patented print head firing ink droplets as small as 2pl. This delivers superb quality and detail in both your business documents and photos.
High Performance Ink Cartridges — These two genuine Canon ink cartridges contain specially-formulated inks for great document and photo quality. One is a black cartridge for laser-quality text and one is a multi-color cartridge for photos. Both are easy to use and replace.
Images Per Minute (IPM) — In March 2009, the International Standards Organization implemented a print standard for inkjet printer document print speeds which is a universal measure utilizing three types of standardized test documents in "real world" conditions - one, four page Excel document, one - four page Word document and one-four page PDF document. This new standard will allow you to easily compare the print speeds of printers manufactured by different companies.
Chromalife100+— This system combines enhanced FINE print head technology with select new Canon photo papers for beautiful borderless photos5 that will last up to 300 years6 when stored in an archival-quality photo album.
Constant Paper Jam
This PIXMA MX 320 printer continues to have a :paper jam" problem and no matter what I do, it simply will not print. What a waste of expensive ink and clunky plastic. Now I have to buy a new one or pay that price to fix a sensor.
June 20, 2012
Best Purchase ever
Out of all the Printers, I have ever bought- This is the very best ever.
May 12, 2012
Its fast and easy to use and understand,perfect for anyone even my kids love it.
October 5, 2011
The ink quarlity on things I print is very poor, no bright colors, very dull
September 8, 2011
Resolution may vary based on printer driver setting. Color ink droplets can be placed with a horizontal pitch of 1/4800 inch at minimum.
The Public Switched Telephone Network currently supports fax modem speeds of 28.8Kbps or lower, depending on telephone line conditions. Sending and receiving fax machines need to conform to ITU-T v.34 guidelines.
Page count is based on ITU-T No. 1 chart or Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1.
Requires mobile phone (or other device) equipped with Bluetooth v2.0 technology and optional Canon Bluetooth Unit BU-30. Bluetooth operation depends on the device and software version used. Operating distance is approx. 10 meters but may vary due to obstacles, radio signals, locations where radio interference occurs, magnetic fields from microwave ovens, device sensitivity and/or antenna performance.
Supported paper types for borderless printing are as follows: Photo Paper Pro Platinum, Photo Paper Pro II, Photo Paper Plus Glossy II, Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss, Photo Paper Glossy and Matte Photo Paper
Based on accelerated testing by Canon in dark storage under controlled temperature, humidity and gas conditions, simulating storage in an album with plastic sleeves. Canon cannot guarantee the longevity of prints; results may vary depending on printed image, drying time, display/storage conditions, and environmental factors. See www.usa.canon.com/chromalife100plus for additional details.
Requires mobile phone equipped with PictBridge technology and a USB cable.
Photo print speeds are based on the standard mode driver setting using photo test pattern(s) and select Canon Photo Paper. Print speed is measured as soon as first page begins to feed into printer and will vary depending on system configuration, interface, software, document complexity, print mode, types of paper used and page coverage. See www.usa.canon.com/printspeed for additional information.
ISO/IEC 24734, 24735 define the default print and copy speed measurement methods. Print speeds are the averages of ESAT in Office Category Test for the default simplex mode, ISO/IEC 24734, excluding time to print the first set. Copy speed is the average of FCOT, ISO/IEC 24735, excluding time to copy first set. Annex D. ADF copy speed is the average of ESAT in a General Performance Test for the default simplex mode, ISO/IEC 24735. See www.usa.canon.com/ipm for additional information.
Black & white document fax transmission speed is based on default setting using ITU-T No.1 chart. Color document fax transmission speed is based on default setting using Canon Color Fax Test Sheet. Actual transmission speed vary depending on document complexity, fax setting at receiving end, and line conditions etc.