- Stylish, compact design
- Excellent photo/text quality
- Easy wireless setup
- Slow print speeds
- Low paper capacity
Earlier this summer, Canon released the new Pixma MP560 Wireless Photo All-in-One printer as the successor to the extremely popular – and well searched – Canon Pixma MP620. Pretty big shoes to fill and I wasn’t sure how the MP560 would perform.
It certainly looks just as sleek as the MP620 and both machines feature wireless connectivity, simple navigation with the Easy Scroll Wheel, two paper paths and five individual ink cartridges with pigment black. But will the MP560 end up being as reliable as the MP620? Will the photo and print quality be as good? Find out today by reading our full review!
PIXMA MP560 SPECIFICATIONS
- Print speeds: up to 9.2 ipm in black, 6.0 ipm in color
- Print resolution: up to 9600 x 2400 dpi
- 4×6 print in 39 seconds
- 48-bit flatbed scanner
- 2 inch LCD, Easy Scroll Wheel
- 5-color ink system (pigment-based black, dye-based color)
- Built-in memory card reader, PictBridge
- Automatic duplexing
- 2 way paper feeding
- Wireless, USB connectivity
BUILD AND DESIGN
The Canon PIXMA MP560 is a sleek, compact photo printer with scan and copy capabilities along with a host of features. The casing is done in the black and gray typical of the Pixma line with the Canon logo on the front.
The built-in memory card reader is located directly below the control panel. The MP560 card reader is compatible with SD Memory Card, SDHC, MultiMediaCard (v4.1), MultiMediaCard Plus (v4.1), CompactFlash Card, Microdrive, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo.