Pixma MG6320 vs Pixma MG6220
The Canon Pixma MG6320 features a 3.5″ touch screen, while the MG6220 only offers a 3.0″ LCD. Canon’s Intelligent Touch System with the 3.5″ touch screen makes operation easy by giving you only the buttons you need and only when you need them.
The Pixma MG6320 (Black: Approx. 15.0; Color: Approx. 10.0 ipm) is slightly faster than the MG6220 (Black: Approx. 12.5; Color: Approx. 9.3 ipm). For photo printing, the MG6320 needs approx. 21 seconds to print 4″ x 6″ borderless photo and the MG6220 needs 20 seconds.
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The MG6320 inkjet photo all-in-one printer also offers a feature that is shared by all of our new PIXMA printers: My Image Garden software. My Image Garden lets you easily access all of your favorite memories in one place so you can print beautiful, borderless photos to share and enjoy. It provides creative templates in various colors and patterns for your fun photo projects, automatically. Plus, your memories are automatically placed in a new calendar view and can even be organized by subject, thanks to built-in facial recognition.
The MG6320 can print onto printable CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc, while the MG6220 only onto CD/DVD. A chlorine-free paper also can be used on the MG6320.
Paper handling on the Pixma MG6320 has improved as much as the controls. Loading paper is easy with the front slideout trays: a 125-sheet, letter/legal main tray, and nestled above it, a 20-sheet photo tray (4-by-6-inch maximum media size).
The Pixma MG6320 uses a six- instead of four-ink system: cyan, magenta, yellow and black, plus a photo black and a photo gray. Using standard supplies, black pages cost a reasonable 5 cents per page, but the other colors are pricier than average, making a six-color page a high 19.2 cents. The high-yield inks offer some savings–4.6 cents per page for black and 13.6 cents total for a six-color page—but are a little pricier than the high-yield supplies from other products.
Pixma MG6320 vs Pixma MG5320
The Pixma MG5320 uses five-ink system and comes without ethernet. It also without touch screen display and the scan resolution (2400 x 4800 dpi) is under the MG6320 and MG6220.
Pixma MG6320 Reviews
- Sleek new design
- Improved controls
- Nice output quality
- Some of the inks are a bit pricey
Canon’s new Pixma MG6320 raises the bar for printer design. It’s significantly easier to use than its predecessors, has automatic duplex printing, and produces nice output. Ink costs for some cartridges are higher than average. -PCWorld
Ink for Canon MG6320
PGI-250 PGBK XL Pigment Black
CLI-251 C XL Cyan
CLI-251 M XL Magenta
CLI-251 Y XL Yellow
CLI-251 GY XL Gray
CLI-251 BK XL Black
PGI-250 PGBK Pigment Black
CLI-251 C Cyan
CLI-251 M Magenta
CLI-251 Y Yellow
CLI-251 GY Gray
CLI-251 BK Black