It's just do you -- editor for cnet.com. This is a quick look at Canon takes months and G 3220.
Multi function print.
This once -- at the lower end of Canon's photo printing line.
So don't expect all the extra features you normally see in -- -- units -- on a document feeder or fancy touch display.
Still the company gives you a good amount of support for eighty bucks.
That's including Canon's print copy and scan functions.
To start you can connect the printer using one of three -- a hard wired USB cord.
Network connectivity through ethernet and 802 dot eleven BG and wireless.
You can also print photos on the go from IOS device using Canon's IE PP application.
The control panel -- top of the printer is pretty standard though like I said you can't preview the photos before you print.
Instead to save you money you get a two line LCD screen instead.
And you probably won't wanna print out too many photos anyway because when -- put down this panel here that -- calls -- front.
You'll see that there are actually only two cartridges one for color and one for black that means your photo printing quality will have limited color output.
It's great for quick snapshots of her Christmas cards but keep in mind that the more photos you print the more money you're gonna spend in the long run on cartridge refills.
So Canon is also pretty generous with the extra software you get with the package.
Created with Canon HD video cameras can use the HD movie print application.
To -- -- these snapshots and the software makes it really simple to capture a group of ten frames to choose for.
You can also -- images to reduce noise and it's definitely a lot easier than trying to get that perfect shot in one try.
You can check out my careful review on this printer on cnet.com. That includes more detail the product tour and performance scores.
But that's gonna do it here for me I'm Justin --
He just took a first look at the -- -- -- MG 3220. Multi function printer -- like.