The Canon Pixma MX925 printer may have been around for a while, but it still remains top of the list for intelligent printer users.
There are so many things to like about the MX-925, beginning with the solid build quality, attractive design, and the impressive specification. Canon have put so much work into this printer, making it a modern day marvel. As with many other Canon printers, the print quality is exceptional using the (up to 9600x2400dpi) thermal printer heads. Photographs may struggle to compete with the more expensive and dedicated photo printers, but they exhibit great detail with balanced colours. Text documents and graphics are smooth, maintaining an edge over many of it's competitors.
Features are abundant here, with a high resolution scanner 2400x4800dpi with ADF automatic document feeder, automatic double sided duplex printing, and a large 250 sheet paper tray. There is a well designed control panel with a pleasing LCD colour display. In addition, there are separate paper trays for smaller photographic paper, and for printing CD/DVD discs! The ability to print discs is the only real difference between this model and the also excellent Pixma MX725.
There are so many connectivity options, including Hi-Speed USB, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth v2.0, Wireless LAN, USB Drive, Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, and Canon Cloud Link.
Adding to the numerous features and benefits of the MX925, we have to mention the cheap refilling options available. Good priced compatible PGI-550BK CLI-551 BKC/M/Y replacement ink cartridges are available, and if you want to reduce your printing costs even further, then refillable cartridges with auto reset chips are a great option!
The Pixma MX925 represents tremendous value now that Canon have reduced this 12,000 pages per month duty cycle end of line machine to only £129! Particularly as this tried and tested printer uses the older and cheaper 550/551 series ink cartridges, making it a cheap printer to run.
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