Canon Pixma MP210 All On One Color Inkjet Printers
by Sharon Benbow
Canon Pixma MP210
I have a Canon Pixma MP210 printer. I really like it, it is white and has a very sleek design. I got it for free with a rebate when I purchased my first laptop. I reside in Fayetteville, NC. It is very easy to use my printer. I first installed the hardware that came with it but lost the disk. The cords were very easy to plug in and set up, everything was straightforward. None of the holes were hard to find.
When my computer died and I got a new computer, I did have trouble at first trying to get things to print, but when I searched online for the correct drivers, I was able to install them directly on my computer and was immediately able to print.
It was somewhat difficult to find the correct Canon Pixma MP210 drivers because I am not very techno savvy. When scanning, it is kind of difficult to find where an image scanned to, but I did eventually find it. Adding paper is very easy. Replacing the ink cartridges is also pretty easy.
I figured it out myself without pulling out the manual, although it did take a few minutes. The supplies are priced moderately. This Canon Pixma MP210 printer scans and copies, but does not print from memory cards and is not wireless (it is about 4 years old). It doesn't use too much ink and prints pretty quickly.
I purchased the Canon Pixma MP210 in Kansas City at Circuit City (may be out of business now). I don't use it often, maybe once a month. I had run out of ink and didn't use the printer hardly at all. I don’t plan on getting rid of this printer any time soon, I’ve had it for 4 years and am still very happy with it. Unless it dies on me, which I am not expecting anytime soon, I will keep it for life.