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Canon Pixma MG-5250

Canon Pixma MG-5250 Wi-Fi all-in-one inkjet printer

Hard copy companion for iOS 4 and Android users

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As well as conventional printing, scanning and copying, the Pixma MG-5250 can print colour labels onto Direct Disc CD/DVD media. This is the kind of feature that is a massive waste of time in the office, but surprisingly silly fun at home. Canon wants you to have silly fun!

Canon Pixma MG-5250

NSFW? Rather than an office job, disc printing is best suited to domestic decadence

Verdict

Discounted by up to £40 in some places, this is a cracking family all-in-one for the price, and the ink cartridges are affordable at under £25 for a complete set of five. However, you’ll empty several sets of ink cartridges long before the dispatch of festive snaps is over. ®

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Canon Pixma MG-5250

Canon Pixma MG-5250 Wi-Fi all-in-one inkjet printer

All-in-one duplexing photo printer-scanner-copier with Wi-Fi and iPhone printing.
Price: £149 RRP

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