Canon PIXMA MX432 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

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Canon PIXMA MX432 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

Canon PIXMA MX432 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

  • Fully-Integrated 30-sheet auto document feeder for rapid document copying, scanning and faxing
  • FastFront System makes changing ink and paper easy and convenient right from the front of the printer
  • Print and scan JPEGs and PDFs wirelessly right from your compatible iPhone, iPad or Android Device, no computer needed
  • Collect, combine and edit multiple web pages to print your own layout using Easy-WebPrint EX

Wireless Printing with Features That Let You Get Down to Business.Automatic Sheet Feeder: 100 Sheets, ADF: 30 Sheets.

List Price: $ 99.99

Price: $ 77.99

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  1. 338 of 348 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Setting up AirPrint requires some extra effort, March 27, 2012
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    N. Krumpe (Ohio) –
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MX432 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)
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    First, all in all, I really like this printer. For its price, the quality is quite nice. I also own the similarly priced HP Photosmart Premium Wireless e-All-in-One printer, which makes it easier for me to explain what I do and don’t like about this Canon.

    Let’s get print quality out of the way first…to me, most color printers in this price range are perfectly acceptable, and the Canon MX432 fits right in with the rest. For day-to-day printing of documents and photos, this meets my needs. If you are looking for top-of-the-line print quality, you probably are not even reading reviews of low-cost multifunction printers.

    Set up: this went very smoothly. The “quick start” guide got me up and running. I used the WPS wireless setup feature which was as simple as pushing a button on my router and my printer and waiting for them to discover each other (my router supports WPS…no big deal if yours doesn’t, it will just take a couple extra setup steps to get it working with your network…and of course, USB will work fine too). What I really like about the setup is that it never required a USB connection. Once the printer was on my wireless network, the rest of the setup took place wirelessly. (One exception: AirPrint…see below)

    Printing on different media: My HP multifunction printer has separate feeds for photo paper and letter-size paper, meaning I don’t have to switch back and forth. The Canon, on the other hand, has no such convenience. Not a big deal, but a minor inconvenience if you plan to switch back and forth frequently.

    Scanning: I LOVE the Canon’s automatic document feed tray for scanning multiple pages. I tested it out and it worked great. Put in a few pages, start the scanning, and a multi-page pdf is automatically generated and saved on my computer. I expect I’ll get a lot of use out of this. By contrast, my HP only scans one page at a time.

    Noise: I found printing on the Canon to be peacefully quiet…quieter than the HP. On the other hand, each time I press a button on the Canon’s control panel, I get a loud “BEEP!” I fumbled through the controls to try to figure out how to silence this, but I haven’t figured it out yet. Time to check the manual.

    AirPrint: This was my one big frustration with the Canon, and the sole reason for docking it one star. First, understand what AirPrint is…it allows most newer iOS devices to automatically print to the printer wirelessly…no special app needed. When I got my HP, the process was seamless! I set up the printer for my network, and AirPrint functionality just took care of itself: open an e-mail on my iPhone, go to print it, and voila! There was my HP printer. Now, if you read Amazon’s product description for the Canon, you will see that it boasts of the same AirPrint functionality. But be sure to read the fine print! It says that you may need to first update the firmware on the Canon so that it can work with AirPrint. How do you do the updating? Well, my first guess was to check the pdf manual that gets installed with my printer. But there’s no mention of updating firmware, and there’s no mention of AirPrint! So, I went to Canon’s support site, found details there, and downloaded the firmware update. But THEN I found that the firmware could only be updated using a USB cable. So, even though I was pleased that I could set up my Canon without needing a cable, I couldn’t get AirPrint to work until I did an update that required the cable.

    To be fair: Once the firmware update was completed, AirPrint worked just as well as on my HP. And the USB cable is ONLY needed until the firmware update is complete…you don’t need to keep it tethered to your computer. Also, I assume that if you wait long enough to buy this printer, Canon will probably be updating the firmware before you buy it (if they DON’T, then hopefully they will include clear steps on how to do it yourself). However, if you are expecting AirPrint to be as simple as possible, understand that you may have to do a little extra work before it is functional.

    I haven’t tested faxing yet, but am very happy with scanning, printing, and AirPrint functionality. If you can get over the hurdle of setting up AirPrint, then I expect you will be very happy with this printer!

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  2. 154 of 162 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Canon MX432 Wireless Multi-Function Printer – Labor Intensive But Great Value For The Features, April 13, 2012
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    Mark “Technology, Music and Movies” (East Coast) –
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MX432 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)
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    The Canon Office Products PIXMA MX432 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax is a very good device that provides a lot of features for a great value. As more of an entry-level multi-function printer, many features require a lot of work to set up and use. But because of the great value provided by this unit, plenty of people will be willing to accept the extra work required to use all the features offered by this model.

    PROS:
    ++ Built-in wireless allows you to easily print from any wireless device
    ++ Great auto-document feeder allows for easy automatic workflow for scanning, etc.
    ++ AirPrint compatible for your Apple devices (like iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad)
    ++ High quality scanner is low-profile, adding functionality without bulking up the unit
    ++ G3 fax integrated into the unit
    ++ Also includes basic copier functionality
    ++ Optional Bluetooth unit allows for direct printing from your digital camera
    ++ Good value printer given all the features and the small footprint

    CONS:
    — Wireless and feature setups can be time-consuming
    — Using many features, like duplexing, requires manual user intervention
    — AirPrint setup requires time-consuming firmware update
    — Inkjet cartridges will add cost over time, compared to alternatives
    — Switching between regular paper and photo paper is required, because there aren’t separate trays
    — LCD screen can be difficult to read, depending on your viewing angle
    — Shiny plastic attracts dust and fingerprints
    — Included software, while effective, is large and split between too many applications
    — Very limited memory interfaces (USB is included)
    — Overall feel of the printer does not seem durable

    CONCLUSION

    This is a good value for the features. If you have very little desk real estate, it’s nice to get a built-in scanner and fax machine to go along with your printer. Being able to switch between photos and documents is a nice extra too. But there are too many things that limit this model. I would definitely recommend moving up to a better model if the budget allows for it. If you just need a feature packed entry level unit and you don’t mind the extra effort it takes to use it, you could do worse than this model.

    Enjoy.

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  3. 38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Great Upgrade From My Old Canon Printer, March 27, 2012
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    PhAzEr DaZeR (On Amazon!!) –
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    It has been a few years since I have had a new printer/scanner. The printer I have been using for a few years was Canon PIXMA MP160 All-In-One Photo Printer (Gray) and for awhile it was all I needed, the printer worked great and the scanner was great. But, it has been time for an upgrade for quite some time.
    So, when I was given the chance to try this Canon multifunction scanner, I was very excited!
    It did take me almost 10 minutes to set it up- the part that took me the longest to set up was the wireless. But once I got that part figured out- it was user error ( I was trying to put my wireless password instead of the passphrase ).
    The wireless printer is awesome, All of the computers in my house can run off the one printer- which is perfect- no need to move the old printer from computer to computer.
    I really like the auto feed of the paper and how quickly the page prints.
    I do not have a need for the fax- but I just tested it out just to see how it would work- and it was very simple.
    I do not see us getting that much use out of the fax but its a nice feature to have.
    I entered my number in the set up and a fax came thru while I had it plugged into the hardwire at home.
    The scanner works great- quickly scans the document and puts it in a file on the computer.
    I see the price is under $100 and that is an awesome price for this!
    I was not disappointed at all with this printer/scanner/fax, if you are looking for a new printer or an upgrade this one is great for the price (even if it was more money its worth it)

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