Canon PIXMA MX330
Released March, 2009
The Pros:Automatic document feeder consistently feeds paper well. Received fax quality is very good and is nicely dark (not somewhat faint like the Canon Pixma MP530). Can scan at 600 dpi from ADF (unlike some competition, such as HP OfficeJet Pro 8500).
The Cons:Automatic document feeder is a bit slow. Scanner is very slow. Even the "XL" ink is expensive.
The Canon PIXMA MX330 is a color all-in-one inkjet printer from Canon's Office All-in-One Inkjet series and is a step up from the PIXMA MX300. The printer offers print, fax, copy, and scan functionalities making it suitable for a small business or home office setting.
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It features print speeds of 22ppm black, 17ppm color, and can print a 4" x 6" borderless photo in 46 seconds. The PIXMA MX330 is designed with a 1.8" LCD screen for controlling the printer functions and has a built-in 30-sheet automatic document feeder. It also features Chromalife 100+ technology which utilizes FINE enhanced printheads for printing long-lasting color photos. The printer is available with optional bluetooth connectivity and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- 1.8" LCD Screen
- Built-in Auto-Image Fix
- Quick Start function
- Chromalife 100+ Technology
- 30-Sheet Automatic Document Feeder
- Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology
- Connectivity: 1 x USB 2.0, Optional Bluetooth
- Print/copy Speed: 22 ppm black / 17 ppm colour
- 45 seconds for 4" x 6" borderless photo
- Print Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi Black, 4800 x 1200 dpi Color
- Scanner Resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi
- 33.6Kbps Fax Modem with 50-page memory
- Included cartridges: PG-210 Black Carrtridge, CL-211 Color Cartridge
- Energy Star qualified: Yes
- Dimensions: 18.1" (W) x 16.2" (D) x 7.8" (H)
- Warranty: 1 year limited
User Reviews (1)
Automatic document feeder consistently feeds paper well
Received fax quality is very good and is nicely dark (not somewhat faint like the Canon Pixma MP530)
Can scan at 600 dpi from ADF (unlike some competition, such as HP OfficeJet Pro 8500)
Single-slded printing on plain paper is very sharp and only slightly less dark than HP inkjets
Can conveniently scan to a USB drive
Automatic document feeder is a bit slow
Even the "XL" ink is expensive
Borderless printing on plain paper is unacceptably faint
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