Canon PIXMA MX320

Canon PIXMA MX320 is a Office All-in-One Inkjet Printers features Print Speed 4″ x 6″ borderless photo: up to 45 sec, Black up to 7.5 ipm, Color up to 4.5 ipm, Print Resolution Up to 600 x 600 dpi, Color Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi, Paper Sizes: 4″x 6″, 5″x 7″, 8″x 10″, Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 envelopes, Copy Speed up to 31 sec, Scan Optical Resolution:1200 x 2400 dpi, Modem Speed 33.6 Kbps (Super G3 color fax). The Canon PIXMA MX320 measures 18.1″ (W) x 16.2″ (D) x 7.8″ (H) and weighs 18.9 lbs.

Overall Rating: ★★★☆☆

Expert Reviews

Canon PIXMA MX320 Reviews

ITreviews reviews the Canon PIXMA MX320 and writes;
“This is a serviceable home office all-in-one, with a useful general-purpose front panel USB socket, reasonable speed and the addition of both an ADF and fax facilities. While not intended as a photo printer, it produces excellent photos and fair plain paper prints and copies. Overall it’s very good value. “
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Trustedreviews reviews the Canon PIXMA MX320 and writes;
“The five-page text and colour graphics print only gave 2.23ppm, however, less than half the published figure. Photo prints came through pretty quickly, with a 15 x 10cm image at high-quality taking 1:34 and a similar photo, in normal quality from a PictBridge camera, took a pretty zippy 57 seconds. Text print quality is good, though we did notice a little fuzziness around emboldened characters in printed headlines. Colour business graphics are quite bright, though some dithering is noticeable. Black text registration is good.”
Rating: ★★★★☆

Pocket-lint reviews the Canon PIXMA MX320 and writes;
“A 10 page mixed text and graphics document took a hefty 6 minutes though the standard of the output was good. We didn’t expect much from the photo quality, but in the end we were impressed. There’s no way the output comes close to the similarly priced Canon photo all-in-ones available, but the pictures the MX320 produces are passable. There’s much less detail especially in darker areas of an image, but for the occasional print the performance is decent enough.”
Rating: ★★★☆☆

PCPRO reviews the Canon PIXMA MX320 and writes;
“Using our current test documents, at normal quality the MX320 managed 6.9ppm in mono and 5.2ppm in colour, making it a tad faster than the MP630 for document printing. Only in photo output did it fall behind, taking 1min 39secs for a 6 x 4in print and 3mins 18secs for our A4 montage; the MP630, a true photo printer, was twice as fast.”
Rating: ★★★☆☆


Canon PIXMA MX320 Brochure & User Guide

Canon PIXMA MX320 User Guide for Mac
Canon PIXMA MX320 User Guide for Windows

Features & Specifications

Canon PIXMA MX320 Features

The PIXMA MX320 Home Office Printer delivers high performance and versatility at a great value! Utilize 4800 x 1200 maximum color dpi1 with the PG-210 Black and CL-211 Color FINE Ink Cartridge System for great detail and a built-in, fully integrated 30-sheet Auto Document Feeder delivers fast copying, scanning and faxing of your originals so you can multi-task and increase your home office productivity.

For added efficiency, the Super G3 High-Speed Fax2 has a built-in memory to store up to 20 coded speed dials and 50 incoming pages3. Scan, copy and distribute documents with professional quality thanks to Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology, which optimizes your copy quality based on the type of original so your copies will maintain the integrity of the original. Plus, the MX320 has various security features like password protected PDF’s so you can feel more secure about the creation and dissemination of your most confidential files.

The PIXMA MX320 Printer’s Full Dot Matrix LCD helps make things easier by showing printer and job status. For those who seek computer-free printing capabilities, that can be achieved via PictBridge and optional Bluetooth4 wireless devices. So, whether you’re on a PC or Mac® computer, you get an advanced business machine and excellent photo lab all in one that can fit virtually anywhere.

One Response to “Canon PIXMA MX320”

  1. Bill says:

    Call me foolish, but I still keep hoping that new printers will be AirPrint compatible.

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