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Canon PIXMA MP190 All-in-One Printer, Copier and Scanner
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- Canon PIXMA MP190 - colour multifunction - copier / printer / scanner
- Canon FINE (Full-lithography inkjet Nozzle Engineering) 4-ink technology - minimises ink wastage
- Max printing speed: up to 19 ppm (mono) / up to 15 ppm (colour)
- Max printing resolution: 4800 x 1200 dpi (colour)
- Dimensions (WxDxH): 45.1 cm x 35.3 cm x 16.9 cm
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The PIXMA MP190 combines the three core print, scan and copy functions of an All-In-One, making it an affordable space-saving device for home use. Utilising Canon's 4800dpi FINE cartridges and a microscopic 2pl ink drop size, the PIXMA MP190 is capable of producing stunning, virtually grain-free photo prints.
Top Customer Reviews
I was originally going to get just a basic printer but when this model came out with a "cashback" deal I realised the scanner and photocopy functions might come in handy.. And they have..
It is looks fairly large for a home printer but probably doesn't take up much more desk space than my old C70 due to its quite cool square design. Feels surprisingly well made for the price.
I installed just the basic drivers on my Mac. The ink cartridges snapped easily into place - printer worked smoothly the first time.
Photo Prints are really very nice - borderless printing works great.. I soon used the small photopaper sheets that came with it..
Black and white word documents print quickly too.. as does the photocopier function..
I am also very pleased with the scanner which far exceeded my expectations - this works seamlessly from the Aquire menu in Photoshop and gave a much higher maximum resolution setting than I thought at 600 dpi - which is loads more than most home users will require.. Great for scanning in old photographs..
So a great value photo printer with bonus extras..
So overall a small flexible and rugged all-in-one device with superb quality flexibility, and inexpensive to own, if you do your own refills.
Not five stars, though, because you'll go through ink like it's tap water...
In fact the Prixma is functioning perfectly and I am extremely pleased with it. One or two small minus points, the fold-down paper exit gate feels plasticky and loading the paper at the back of the machine isn't all that easy. But it works well as copier, scanner and printer, plus it comes ith an excellent on-disc manual as well as enough 'extras' to please even a techie. Setting it up for perfect printing may be more complex than with the old HP but the end results are much better.
For such a cheap price, this is a real bargain for anyone wanting a relatively light usage MFD
Easy to install and set up though; up and running in half an hour. That's assuming that you have a spare USB cable, which is not supplied as opposed to my now defunct EPSON...... Without that, I would have been stuck and forced to buy one locally - time and money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Canon's Pixma MP190 is very different to its bigger brothers, such as the MP620, which have performed exceedingly well in PC Pro over the last couple of years. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mrs O.
I've had this product for 5+. Does exactly as described in product info. Printing comes out really when used with good paper quality. Quick ink drying time. Thumbs Up Canon..Published 22 months ago by Vicious
Wish I'd listened to friends however, who advised me to go for a wireless one, but the cost of the ink on this model has made me hang on to it until the ink runs out, then .....Published on 6 April 2014 by Metermaid
We had a MP460 before which was more complicated. We wanted a printer which used the same cartridges as we still had many of these in stock. Read morePublished on 12 Jun. 2012 by DDH
I don't like to write negative reviews, but theres no alternative. I bought this for £30 from tesco online to replace the much more expensive MP610. Read morePublished on 1 May 2012 by Sebastian Cargutt
My previous Canon MP170 printer/copier/scanner performed faultlessly for years. Wanted another that used the same cartridges. Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2011 by J. Tyrie