Printer Review: Canon PIXMA MG8120|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Saturday, November 13, 2010 - 00:24 EST)
Canon's new multifunction flagship can reprint your photos, make prints from your color negatives and slides, scan wirelessly, print frames from Canon HD movies, read nearly any memory card and a few other things. But what we really liked about it was the new interface.
The Pixma MG8120 is the flagship of Canon's recently revamped lineup of multifunction devices. Like the previously reviewed MG5220, it's dressed in a shiny piano black finish with a single silver accent on the front lid.
But where the MG5220 kept things pretty simple on the control panel, the MG8120 introduces the company's Intelligent Touch System of back-lit touch-sensitive buttons and Light Guidance, which illuminates only the active buttons. It's quite a step up from what we saw on the MG5220.
Read our review for the whole story.