Add Creativity and Fun to Your Images with Canon PIXMA MG5320 Inkjet Photo All-in-One

The Canon Pixma MG5320 printer encourages families, work groups, and individuals to print impressive photos with the help of new software features such as, HD Movie Print, fun photo filters, and Pixma Cloud Link. However, the printer doesn’t have an Ethernet port, so you have to connect to Wi-Fi for network printing. Moreover, with no high-yield ink cartridge option, the cost of replacing all five standard-size inks is often expensive.  Despite those loopholes, the MG5320 earns customers’ certification for its competent performance regarding speed and quality.

The MG5320 has a bottom drawer for holding up to 150 sheets of letter-size plain paper, and a rear 150-sheet vertical tray takes everything else. The 50-sheet output tray is effectively sized, and it opens automatically when you send a print job. Additional features include USB and wireless connectivity, a USB/PictBridge port, and slots for MultiMedia Card, Memory Stick, and SD Card. This model also includes a new feature that is its exclusive ability to print on printable optical discs, or on CD, DVD, or Blu-ray cases. The printer also comes with a disc tray, and the special software suite lets you set the text and images, and offers a choice of layout templates.

The Canon Pixma MG5320 uses a five-cartridge ink system, which includes the standard cyan, magenta, yellow, and black process color cartridges and an additional black pigment cartridge. According to the printer manufacturer, the black pigment ink helps produce better-looking text. The per-page cost of replacement Inkjet Cartridges of Pixma MG5320 is on the higher side of average. Monochrome black-and-white prints run about 5.3 cents per page, and color prints run about 12.3 cents.

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