Imaging Devices

Canon PIXMA MG6350 All-In-One Colour Printer

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With its stylish, low-profile design, you could be forgiven for mistaking Canon’s PIXMA MG6350 for its cheaper stalemate, the MG6350 and these two all-in-ones do indeed share many features. Both have two paper input trays and support duplex (double-sided_ printings, and they share the same high print (9600 x 2400dpi) and scan (2400 x 4800dpi) resolutions. However, while both devices have wireless networking and AirPrint support for printing from your iOS devices, only the MG6350 has a wired Ethernet port, which could help speed up high-resolution scans over the network. And it comes in white, as well as the standard black model.

Joy of six: The 6350 churns out really rather nice colors

Joy of six: The 6350 churns out really rather nice colors

The MG6350 has a sophisticated touch-screen interface, which uses smartphone-like touch and swipe gestures to navigate its various functions. The touchscreen is surrounded by a dark panel on which various other touch-sensitive buttons light up only when they’re relevant, which helps keep things simple.

This printer takes six ink cartridges, comprising a black pigment ink for text, and black, grey, cyan magenta and yellow cartridges for high-quality color prints. They’re accessed via a rather clever, lift-up control panel, but you can’t easily see the rear of the ink carrier, so you have to insert cartridges partly by feel. Neither can you tilt the screen or the controls, which could be frustrating if you’re using the printer on a shelf near eye level.

Black text looked as good as the output from a laser device; color prints were equally sharp

Black text looked as good as the output from a laser device; color prints were equally sharp

When you start a print job, the printer’s front panel pops open, with a support swinging out to form an output tray. You need to extend the support manually to cope with A4 paper, but it’s only about an inch wide, which means large quantities of paper can quickly get untidy, ruining the sleek lines if the case, and the support must be retracted before you can re-close the front panel. Two shallow paper trays slung under the printer hold 125 sheets of plain paper and up to 20 sheets of photo media.

High specifications don’t always translate into great results, but they do in the case of the MG6350. It’s a swift text printer, delivering our 20-page text test at 13ppm, but slightly less impressive when it comes to color graphics, reaching only 2.6ppm in our test.

To the naked eye, black text looked as good as the output from a laser device, while color prints on plain paper were equally sharp and reasonably bold. Color and greyscale photocopies were both and 12 seconds respectively. While this isn’t the fastest photo printer we’ve encountered – six 1200dpi 6 x 4in photos took one minute 17 seconds – the results from the six-ink system were superb, particularly when it came to reproducing shade detail. Our black-and-white test print was excellent with a very neutral color – color – so much so that we suspect only grey and black inks were used to create it.

The PIXMA MS6350 is a great little all-in-one

The PIXMA MS6350 is a great little all-in-one

With a price per page of 5.4p per A4 color page, it’s not the cheapest printer to run, though.

Scan times weren’t particularly fast when the MG6350 was connected over our congested wireless network, but when we switched to USB; it was very quick at resolutions up to and including 600dpi. Scan quality was good: images were in sharp focus and exhibited a wide dynamic range.

The PIXMA MS6350 is a great little all-in-one. It’s not especially is a great little all-in-one. It’s not especially cheap to buy or run, but it’s worth it for those who want the best-quality results.


·         Inkjet all-in-one

·         Needs: OS X 10.5.8 – 10.8

·         Pro: Good-looking, fast, quality prints

·         Con: Not cheap to run

·         Price: $189

·         Verdict: 4/5


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