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Canon Pixma MX360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 139 reviews of Canon Pixma MX360. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Printers for all reviews. Opinions about the usability and multifunction are generally positive. The reliability and price also get good feedback. Comments are divided on the size. Many are negative about the connectivity and noise.

performance, price, reliability, multifunction, usability

noise, connectivity

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Printers the Canon Pixma MX360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Canon Pixma MX360

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 user reviews of Canon Pixma MX360 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.6/5 for other Printers on Amazon.com. People are impressed by the usability and performance. The price and print quality are also mentioned favorably.

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67% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Canon MX360 All-In-One Multifunction Printer Print Copy Fax

Mar, 2015

Expert review by: Jon L. Jacobi (pcworld.com)

Canon Pixma MX360

 

Color inkjet multifunction printers don't get much more basic than the Canon Pixma MX360. Priced at just $80 (as of April 8, 2011), it offers small doses of print, copy, scan and fax capabilities, but it has no Wi-Fi or ethernet, no media-card slots,...

Good text output ; Fast in draft mode ; Automatic document feeder

No automatic duplexing ; Expensive black ink ; No Wi-Fi or card reader

Fax is nice on such a basic MFP, but pricey black ink makes the MX360 fit for only low-volume use.

Apr, 2011

Expert review by: (pcmag.com)

Canon Pixma MX360 Inkjet Office All-in-One

 

The 7.8 by 18.1 by 16.4-inch (HWD) MX360 weighs 18 pounds has rounded corners and white sides. The ADF and input tray on top are surrounded by a black beveled strip that gives the front panel–which holds the display, alphanumeric fax keypad, and a...

Good value for the price. Fax and ADF. Solid output quality, with above-average text

Connectivity limited to USB. Text-only display. No media-card slots. Relatively slow

The Canon Pixma MX360 Inkjet Office All-In-One gives a home office fax capabilities and good printing quality for only $80.

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Expert review by: Jon L. Jacobi (macworld.com)

Review: Canon Pixma MX360 printer offers fax, but few frills

 

Fax is nice on such a basic MFP, but pricey black ink makes the MX360 fit for only low-volume use.

Paper-handling features for the Pixma MX360 are minimal. To its credit, it does sport a 30-sheet automatic document feeder, as well as a letter/A4-size scanner bed. The ADF even pops open for easy clearing of any paper jams that might occur. The...

Apr, 2011

Expert review by: Redmond Grybauskas (computershopper.com)

Canon Pixma MX360

 

In the rash of sub-$100 inkjet all-in-one (AIO) printers that we've seen recently, there's one thing we can say we've learned: You're going to have to make trade-offs when buying a printer at this price point. So, if it's a budget AIO you're after, you...

Great quality of output ; Quick photo-printing speeds ; Low purchase price

Loud ; LCD is small and hard to read ; Slow document-printing speeds

Small or home offices that value features and quality of output over speed will find a lot to like in this extreme-budget AIO.

Feb, 2011

Expert review by: Techworld (techworld.com)

Canon Pixma MX360 Inkjet Multifunction review

 

For light use in a home office, the Canon Pixma MX360 could be a good buy. It delivers the basics for a low initial investment, with black ink costs only slowly eating into the deal over time.

Apr, 2011
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