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Canon Pixma MG2522 All-in-One Inkjet Printer

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Walmart has Canon Pixma MG2522 All-in-One Inkjet Printer for $19. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks hocuspocusblade

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I bought this for the exact same price last summer. I think it may not be possible to buy something cheaper than this that prints so there is a market for it. But as everyone mentioned, it comes with a catch: inks themselves cost more than the printer. So when they are empty you gotta throw it away. The amount of ink it comes with is actually around half of what you will be buying as replacement ink which costs around 15-20 dollars (black and colors). Another option is to buy syringe refill kits from ebay and fill it but I heard it lowers the print quality slightly.
So as most people say here after a year or so it becomes a scanner if it still works.
I do not print a lot at home so for printing short emergency things like copies of legal documents in rush I found it useful so far.
Better thqn nothing but absolutely worse than anything else.
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Don't waste your time with this. Ink costs will run your wallet dry. Most of these junk ink jets end up in recycling within 1 year. I'd say anything below an hp office jet or brother inkvestment you are wasting ur time on. If you really wanted to invest money a laser is the way to go
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No, you have to buy a cable to connect with your laptop or computer
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Is this a wireless printer? Or does it have to be connected to a computer?
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Is this a wireless printer? Or does it have to be connected to a computer?
No, you have to buy a cable to connect with your laptop or computer
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Dose the ink cost an arm and leg?
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This is not a wireless according to a few reviews. But it comes with usb connection.
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Dose the ink cost an arm and leg?
Cost a little more than the price of the printer.
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How much ink comes with the printer?
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Bought one last year. I hate the price of the ink come with this guy!
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Bought one last year. I hate the price of the ink come with this guy!
You can get cheaper refills at Costco
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Dose the ink cost an arm and leg?
Don't waste your time with this. Ink costs will run your wallet dry. Most of these junk ink jets end up in recycling within 1 year. I'd say anything below an hp office jet or brother inkvestment you are wasting ur time on. If you really wanted to invest money a laser is the way to go
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Wow! Thanks OP! In 4 2
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No, you have to buy a cable to connect with your laptop or computer
usb cable is included
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Ink prices cost more than the printer itself. Better to spend more for a laser printer. The toner will print a ton more pages and cost less than these ink cartridges.
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