Canon PIXMA MG8150 inkjet multifunction printer

This top-of-the-line inkjet multifunction printer from Canon is packed with features

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    $ 449.00 (AUD)

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Slow, need to reboot often (touch buttons wont work or wont recognise PC on network), uses HEAPS of ink, wont even scan if one of the inks has run out.
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This is my second Canon MFC. I paid top dollar to get a quality machine, but the first one's power supply failed after approx 18 months. To replace the power supply was about half the cost of a new machine, so I bought a new one. Since new it has frozen up (control buttons wont work) and had to be rebooted often. I should have taken it back to the store then! Other times it wont recognise any PC's on the network without reboot (tried different IP configurations and new routers). I don't print very often, but get very few prints out of it before it needs new ink. Most times I go to use it, it goes through a lengthy (i guess) cleaning process... even just to scan something. It wont scan anything if any of the ink catridges have run out. I've put around 4 new sets of ink's in it (at $137 AUS) to print about 2 reems (1000 prints) = 55 cents per page.

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