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Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer - MX892

Abt Model: MX892 | UPC Code: 013803143072
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9600 x 2400 Maximum Color DPI/ 5-Color Ink System/ 3.0 Inch LCD Display/ 2 Way Paper Feeding/ Built In Wireless/ Built In Ethernet/ G3 Fax/ Mobile Printing/ Print Directly From Memory Cards, Flash Drives Camers, Or Camera Phones/ Black Finish
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Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer, Model MX892

Bring incredible quality, speed, and ease of use to your home office all in the name of increased productivity. This begins with built-in Wi-Fi® for printing and scanning virtually anywhere in your home from computers and compatible mobile devices. This also includes AirPrint, which lets you wirelessly print photos, emails, web pages, documents and more from compatible iPad, iPhone or iPod touch devices to a compatible Canon PIXMA Wireless All-In-One. Cloud printing capabilities, an integrated 35-sheet Duplex Auto Document Feeder, built-in Auto Duplex Printing, and a Dual Function Panel are just some of the features that can allow you to easily multi-task. This can bring office efficiency to all-new levels and reduce cost at the same time.

Superior 9600 x 2400 maximum color resolution and 5 Individual Ink Tanks means incredible business document printing and efficiency while built-in imaging technology ensures the integrity of originals are preserved with each copy and scan. Maintain security standards by utilizing features to prevent misdialed fax transmissions and keep scanned files password protected.

The MX892 also allows you to turn your office into a photo lab and print beautiful, borderless photo lab quality photos up to 8.5" x 11" in size. Your photo printing options now also include Full HD video while you also enjoy computer-less printing through compatible direct print options.

The MX892 delivers the tremendous business imaging quality and versatile solutions that will assist in bringing your business to the next level. So, you can print business documents when you need to and photos when you want to.

Features:

Extraordinary Resolution
9600 x 2400 maximum color dpi produces incredible quality and detail in both your business documents and photos.

High Performance Individual Ink System
This 5-color ink system consists of a pigment-based black ink, and four dye-based inks for business-quality text, colorful presentations and documents, as well as beautiful photos. Only replace the color ink tank that runs out.

ChromaLife100+
This system combines enhanced FINE print head technology with select genuine Canon photo papers and inks for beautiful borderless photos that will last up to 300 years when stored in an archival-quality photo album.

Dual Function Panel
This streamlined control panel provides useful function buttons that transform into a keypad in fax mode for easier operation.

Fully-Integrated, 35-sheet Duplex Auto Document Feeder
Easily copy, scan and fax multiple documents without having to load them one page at a time. Enjoy automatic two-sided copying and scanning.

Built-In Auto Duplex Printing
Automatically print on both sides of the page without the hassle of turning it over manually. This can reduce your paper consumption and cost by up to 50%.

Full HD Movie Print
Full HD Movie Print software turns your favorite HD movie clips captured with compatible Canon EOS Digital SLR or PowerShot cameras into beautiful prints.

3.0"LCD
Easily view, select and edit your images for simple computer-free printing. 

Auto Scan Mode
With one press of the Scan button your original is automatically recognized and saved in the correct format.

Auto Document Fix
This built-in software automatically analyzes and corrects both text and image documents so text will remain clear and easy to read with pronounced edges, and pictures will keep their true color.

2 Way Paper Feeding
To add to your options this feature lets you load paper from the front cassette or rear tray so whether your office or photo lab is open, you're ready to print!

Built-In Wireless
Print and scan wirelessly from any Wi-Fi enabled computer around the house.

AirPrint
Wirelessly print photos, emails, web pages, documents and more from compatible iPad, iPhone or iPod touch devices to a compatible Canon PIXMA Wireless All-In-One. There's no software to download, no drivers to install, and no cables to connect. Just see it, tap it, and print it!

PIXMA Cloud Link
Download and print office templates like stationary, check lists, calendars, memos, envelopes and more right to your PIXMA, without a computer. Also print photos from the online photo album sections of Canon image Gateway and Google Picasa.

Built-in Ethernet
This wired LAN interface lets you connect to a home or office network, with connected computers able to share printer functions.

Super G3 Fax
The high speed business fax standard for color and PC facsimiles on plain paper meets the home office workhorse with 100 coded speed dials and up to 250 incoming pages.

Mobile Printing
The free EasyPhoto-Print app lets you wirelessly print and scan jpg and pdf files from compatible iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices.

Memory Cards / USB / PictBridge & Optional Bluetooth
Print directly from compatible memory cards, USB Flash Drives, digital camera, DV camcorder or camera phones via PictBridge, or the optional BU-30 wireless Bluetooth unit - without a computer.

Specifications:

Printer

  • Print Speed (up to): 4" x 6" Borderless Photo: Approx. 20 seconds
  • Print Speed (Approx):
    • Black: ESAT: 12.5 ipm
    • Color: ESAT: 9.3 ipm
    • Black: 512
  • Number of Nozzles:
    • Color: 4,096
    • Total: 4,608
  • Picoliter Size (color): 1,2 and 5
  • Print Resolution (Up to):
    • Color: Up to 9600 x 2400 dpi
      Black: Up to 600 x 600 dpi
  • Paper Sizes:
    • 4" x 6", 5" x 7", 8" x 10", Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 Envelopes
    • 150 Sheets
  • Automatic Sheet Feeder:
    • Cassette: 150 Sheets
    • ADF:35 Sheets
  • Paper Compatibility:
    • Plain: Plain Paper, High Resolution Paper
    • Super High Gloss: Photo Paper Pro Platinum
    • Glossy: Photo Paper Plus Glossy II, Photo Paper Glossy
    • Semi-Gloss: Photo Paper Plus Semi-Gloss;
    • Matte: Matte Photo Paper;
    • Fine Art: Canon Fine Art Paper "Photo Rag"™
    • Envelope: U.S. #10 Envelope
  • Printer Features: AirPrint. Auto Duplex Document Feeder, Auto Duplex Print, Auto Photo Fix II, Auto Sheet Feeder, Borderless Printing, Dual Function Panel, Document Printing, Full HD Movie Print, Google Cloud Print,Photo Printing, Template Print

Copier

  • Copy Speed (up to): ESAT: Color: 7.4 ipm
  • Reduction / Enlargement: 25% - 400%
  • Copy Features: AE (Auto Exposure / Intensity) copy, Auto Duplex Copy, Borderless, Fit-to-Page, Gutter Shadow Correction Copy, Image Repeat, Intensity, Multiple Copy: 1-99 pages, Preset Copy, Ratios, Reserve Copy, Sort (ADF), Zoom

Scanner

  • Scanning Element: Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
  • Max. Resolutions:
    • Optical: 2400x4800 dpi
    • Interpolated: 19,200x19,200 dpi
    • ADF: 600x600 dpi (Optical)
  • Scanner Features: Auto Document Fix, Auto Duplex Scan, Auto Scan Mode, Network Scan, Push Scan, Scan to Memory
  • Color Depth: 48-bit internal/24-bit external
  • Max. Document Size:
    • Flatbed: 8x5" x 11.7"
    • ADF: 8.5" x 14"

Fax

  • Modem Speed: 33.6 Kbps (Super G3 color FAX)
  • Transmission Speed (approx.):
    • Black: Approx. 3 sec per page
    • Color: Approx. 1 min per page
  • Memory Capacity: Approx. 250 Pages
  • Speed Dialing: 100 Locations
  • Fax Features: Answering Machine Connectivity, Caller Rejection, Check RX Fax Info., Fax Reception Reject, Fax Number Re-Entry, F/T Changing(manual), Group Dialing, Memory Transmission, Redial, Remote Reception

Photo Connect

  • Media Card Support
    • SD™ Memory Card
    • SDHC™
    • MultiMediaCard® (v4.1)
    • MultiMediaCard® Plus (v4.1)
    • miniSD™ Card
    • miniSDHC™ Card
    • RS-MMC™ (v4.1)
    • microSD™ Card
    • microSDHC™ Card
    • CompactFlash® Card
    • Microdrive®
    • Memory Stick®
    • Memory Stick PRO™
    • Memory Stick Duo™
    • Memory Stick PRO Duo™
    • Memory Stick Micro™
    • xD-Picture Card ®
    • xD-Picture Card ®(Type M)
    • xD-Picture Card ® (Type H)

General

  • Other Features: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Wireless Printing1, 3.0" LCD, Dual Function Panel, Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology, Ethernet, Full HD Movie Print, Fully Integrated Auto Duplex Auto Document Feeder, PictBridge, Mobile Printing, Quick Start, PIXMA Cloud Link
  • OS Compatibility:
    • Windows®7, Windows 7 SP1, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1/SP2, Windows XP SP2/SP3 32-bit20
    • Mac OS® X 10.5.8, 10.6, 10.7
  • Standard Interface:
    • Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
    • Ethernet
    • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
    • Card Slots (See Memory Card Support)
    • PictBridge (Cable not included)
    • Bluetooth® v2.0 (Optional)
  • Software Included:
    • Setup Software & User's Guide CD-ROM
    • PIXMA MX892 Printer Driver
    • Easy-PhotoPrint EX
    • Easy-WebPrint EX
    • MP Navigator EX
    • Solution Menu

Approximate Dimensions:

  • Height: 8.6"
  • Width: 19.4"
  • Depth: 17.7"

Approximate Weight:

  • Unit: 25.7 lbs
  • Shipping: 30 lbs

Warranty Information:

  • Manufacturer Warranty (authorized online retailer): Limited 1 Year
  • Extended Service Warranty Available: Click the warranty tab above for details
More reasons to buy the Canon MX892 from Abt Electronics
  • Abt.com is an authorized dealer (Learn More).
  • The Canon MX892 is Brand New.
  • The Canon MX892 Ships in a Factory Sealed Box.
 
TypeAll-In-One
Print MethodInkjet
Fax CapableYes
  

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Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer
 
2.9

(based on 95 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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41%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • High quality output (38)
  • Easy setup (37)
  • Easy to use (30)
  • Reliable (26)
  • Fast print speed (24)

Cons

  • Unreliable (21)
  • Slow print speed (17)
  • Difficult to use (12)
  • Difficult setup (11)
  • Large footprint (11)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    so far so good

    I have only used this for a couple of days, but so far it has met or exceeded my expectations. I am moderately computer savvy, but not knowledgeable enough to be overly confident,...Read complete review

    I have only used this for a couple of days, but so far it has met or exceeded my expectations. I am moderately computer savvy, but not knowledgeable enough to be overly confident, so I was very careful in following the instructions in setting it up, and all went exactly as described. Everything was in the box that was supposed to be. However, it does not come with a USB PC cable. I know that everyone thinks wireless is wonderful, but I don't like it at home, and had to recycle the cable from my old printer. I have an older computer running Windows 7, and It took about 45 minutes from beginning to end including downloading the "My Photo Garden softwear from the website. Customizing the settings is a typical procedure if you've worked with other printer setups. I was originally going to get the MX432, but decided to spring for the duplexing print AND copy features of the 892, and I am glad I did. Try and find another duplexing ADF copier for this price! I noted that the new model, the MX922 is coming out soon, and was tempted to wait, but this model has the USB and memory card slots, which I thought might be useful as I don't have a bluetooth or rf enabled camera. It is a large machine, but seems substantial and well made. It also is very nice looking. It operates smoothly and quietly, with none of the herky-jerky sounds that you get with very cheap printers. The paper tray seems a little flimsy, and is fairly small, with maybe a 100 sheet capacity. This is OK for me, as I print only occasionally. The LCD display gives good instructions, and makes the printer reasonably unconfusing to operate. I have printed duplex, and copied both single and duplex, as well as scanned to my pc, all going smoothly. I have printed from all my programs and applications, and used the webprint softwear, and it all works as it is supposed to. I really don't have a need for the faxing capability, so I have not used that. Bottom Line: It Works like it is supposed to, and as advertised. It looks good and seems well made. It set up without any unforseen problems, exactly as the instructions described. It has lots of features and capabilities for the current asking price. I am completely satisfied thus far, but am withholding a full 5 stars to see how it performs over time.

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    Not User Friendly, Manual Awful, Performance Good

    My wife & I have been Canon enthusiasts for over 15 years - 5 digital cameras and 5 multifunction printers - but this not-user-friendly PIXMA MX892, which I've owned for 8+ weeks,...Read complete review

    My wife & I have been Canon enthusiasts for over 15 years - 5 digital cameras and 5 multifunction printers - but this not-user-friendly PIXMA MX892, which I've owned for 8+ weeks, has me frustrated to the point I'm ready to tear my hair out. On the plus side, the MX892 has (at least on paper) lots of features that were lacking in most of my earlier Canon Multifunction machines (eg, fax capability, duplex printing, optical character reader ("OCR") etc.). And except for its very slow print speed (especially for first page), the features I've actually used definitely have been satisfactory. But so far, after 8+ weeks of several hours per day use, I have been unable to use several of these on-paper features, primarily because (1) Their use is NOT intuitive or user friendly, and (2) The on-screen manual is near useless in instructing you how to use those features. (Also I can no longer find the phone number of the warranted toll free telephone support.) Example # 1 - OCR: Just yesterday, I spent 2.5 hours trying to use the OCR sub-function of the Scan feature. I was NOT successful. (I was trying to take an attorney prepared Will, standard typeface, and scan/OCR it into my word processing program for a minor revision that switched a small gift from one charitable beneficiary to another - Why pay an attorney $400/hour for such a simple change?) First, the manual's table of contents does not even mention OCR. Then when I used the manual's search engine for OCR, it returned 22 different sections that mentioned OCR, but none of the sections had step-by-step instructions on how to use OCR. (It was like Canon started with a comprehensive 100 paragraph treatise on how to use OCR, but decided to include only paragraphs 19, 33, 57 and 83 in the on-screen manual.) One of the 22 sections had a picture of a form which at the bottom had a click-able box entitled "convert to text file", but when (finally, after 2.5 hours) I got that form onto my monitor, the "convert to text file" box on the bottom was missing. I then gave up in frustration. What good is an OCR function if you can't use it? Example # 2 - Incoming Faxes: (a) I spent over an hour scrupulously following the manual's instructions re settings and connecting the MX892 to a telephone jack, and a telephone to the MX892. Turns out, two of the manual's recommended settings were incompatible, you could use one or the other, not both. But the manual never said that. Not a fatal flaw, but definitely frustrating and time consuming. (b) Before purchasing the MX892, I checked the on-screen manual, which clearly said that if the MX892 itself was in your office, but you picked up a ringing phone extension in the kitchen (the so-called "remote" extension) and heard a beep, meaning the incoming communication was a fax, you simply pressed 25 on the remote extension, and the MX892's fax function took over and did its job. Turns out, this is NOT true if the extension phone is a conventional extension phone with its own telephone jack - The "remote extension" feature works only if the remote extension is a wireless handset linked to a base unit that is connected to the MX892. But SURPRISE: The manual doesn't tell you that. OK, so now (several weeks later) I've purchased and installed the requisite wireless phone system. Unfortunately, now it's even worse - I can't receive any incoming faxes at all, whether I pick up the wireless remote handset, or the handset on the base unit which is hard-wired to the MX892. I've had the MX892 for 8+ weeks, and I still can't get incoming faxes. Maybe I'll eventually find that toll free technical support phone number, and maybe I'll get my MX892 fully operational. Maybe. Note: My wife & I have loved Canon products for over 15 years, and I still believe the hardware portion of Canon products is top quality. But a few years ago - about the time they switched from paper manuals to on-screen - the quality of the manuals went from A- to F+. And as a practical matter, that makes the high quality hardware less than fully functional.

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    2.0

    Too Complicated for Basic Needs

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    from San Diego, CA

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    I purchased this a couple of years ago and I am not happy with it because of the multiple ink cartridges that need replacing (expensive) and it is complicated to use. I feel like I am going to the office supply store monthly to replace one or 2 ink tanks. If you just want to do basic printing and scanning I'd find a simpler printer. The quality is excellent as far as the prints go.

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    1.0

    Paper Weight

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    from Texas

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    Had this printer for a little more than a year. In time for the warranty to run out. I got an error message U052. No repair possible without spending 2X the cost of a new printer. Will not purchase another Canon product. Ordered another brand. This issue has been reported all over the internet, yet Canon does nothing.

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    Poor Quality

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    I bought this printer for my wife who lightly used it. The printer lasted less than two years before it broke with a cryptic error. It would cost 2x the price to fix. Reading other reviews, it looks like my experience was not unique. I bought a different brand that has better reviews for quality. I will be skipping canon from now on.

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    1.0

    Bad Printer

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    from West Hartford, CT

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    Inexpensive printer while it lasted. I got 5 months from my Canon PIXMA MX892 Printer before I got an error message U052. No repair possible without spending 2X the cost of a new printer.

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    1.0

    Great Then Conked Out Completely

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    from Takoma Park, MD

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    I love Canon printer products and have had great success with them in the past. I bought the PIXMA MX892 in October of 2012 and it lasted only 2 years 3 months before I got the "B200" error message, which means repair is needed. Canon support said the repair was likely to cost as much as a new one.

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    1.0

    Doesn't last long

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    from Grove City, OH

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    This printer was great for a very short amount of time and then stopped printing all together. This product should last longer than this. Very disappointed.

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    1.0

    Good printer for Temporary use

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    from Baltimore, MD

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    Liked this printer for all of its capabilities. Unfortunately, it died with the dreaded B200 code. Looked up this code and lots of people have had the same issue with this printer. I have not had this printer that long, maybe a year. Took print head out, cleaned it, did what Canon suggested about power cord removal and print head removal. No dice. Guess it is trash now. Will buy a different manufacturer next time. Should last longer with the little printing that we do. Only use it sparingly at home.

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    1.0

    Disappointed

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    from Philadelphia, PA

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    Started out as a good unit. After a comparatively small number of copies, got the dreaded U052 error. Tried re-seating, cleaning, and other suggestions. No success. Ended up being a very expensive unit.

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    5.0

    The Best

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    from California

    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    It is the Best Printer I have owned and well worth the price I paid.

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    1.0

    DO NOT BUY!!

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    Comments about Canon Pixma Wireless All-In-One Printer:

    My printer was working great and then for no reason it wouldn't turn on. I checked every possible problem and it just wouldn't power on. I went to the Canon forum and found that I wasn't the only one to have this problem. There were 80 some posts saying the same thing. http://forums.usa.canon.com/t5/Personal-Printers/Pixma-MX-892-Won-t-Turn-On/td-p/90938

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