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Canon Pixma MG2522 Wired All-In-One Printer Review

The Canon Pixma MG2522 is a great printer for anyone who needs an all-in-one printer. It can be used as a copier, scanner, and fax machine in addition to printing documents. With Wi-Fi and Google Cloud Print capability, it's easy to share your printers with family members or friends without having to manually connect the device every time you need to use it. The MG2522 has a 4800x1200 dpi resolution that will provide excellent prints from any document you send through the machine.

The MG2522 has a small footprint so it can sit on your desk or be placed in an out-of-the-way area. It's also quite quiet, making it easy to use the printer at night without waking up anyone else who might be sleeping nearby. If you need toner replacement for this model, we have compatible Canon PGI-250 black ink and CLI-251 cyan, magenta and yellow combo pack available from our website.

Pros - Canon Pixma MG2522 Printer

- Small footprint

- Wi-Fi and Google Cloud Print capable

- Quiet operation

Cons - Canon Pixma MG2522 Printer

- No duplex printing capability

If you're looking for a great all-in-one printer that is easy to use, the Canon Pixma MG2522 should be at the top of your list! With its small footprint, quiet operation, and Wi-Fi and Google Cloud Print capabilities, it's perfect for any home office or small business.

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