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Pros: Great when it was working. Used oem inks all the time. Scans are good. Even from a laptop on the home network, there was no fuss using this mfp.
Cons: There is pending litigation dealing with a defect/planned error code which renders this device a paperwheight. U052 - incorrect printhead. Many owners of this and other Canon printers have received this error code. Many have replace the printhead with a new one from Canon but that did nothing to remedy the issue. There is absolutely no response from Canon about what is the real culprit behind this error code. Some speculate that this is coded by the manufacturer or that there is a defect in the mainboard that runs the entire printer and would cost too much to repair. In closing, I dropped mine at an e-cycler and purchased an HP. Hopefully it would last longer, but only time will tell.
Other Thoughts: Planned obsolescence???READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It is wireless. It is rechargeable.
Cons: It is Panasonic - quality is questionable. The Lead cable is deteriorating. The outer protective sheath is like a dry rotten plastic - crumbles in your hand creating a shorting hazard.
Other Thoughts: Not bad for at least three/four yearsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Displayport connection was a must. Good quality picture on both (purchased two (may buy another to replace the Dell that is my center monitor)). Had to fidget with my video card driver to get eyefinity working, but there was Google to help with that.
Games look unbelievable at 5760 x 1080
Cons: Had to make the Displayport monitor the leftmost monitor and primary display (I think it is my video card's fault Radeon 5850 has been known to have voltage issues on Displayport?). Not taking an egg off for a video card issue.
Other Thoughts: Will likely buy one more for the center monitor and hand the older Dell to my mom (she is still using an older 4:3 LCD). Upgrade video card later.READ FULL REVIEW