What the marketing blurb says
The Canon Pixma MG5750 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One (£99.99 ) is obviously meant to be used as a home multifunction printer (MFP), with a distinct lack of key office-centric features like faxing, an Ethernet port, and an automatic document feeder (ADF). Unlike many printers meant for home use, however, it offers high-quality text, making it a more-than-reasonable choice for light-duty use as a personal office printer or for the dual role of home and home-office printer. Thanks to its high level of output quality, it’s also our Editor’s Choice budget MFP weighted heavily toward home use.
What Rethink Printing says
- Wireless and mobile printing
- Single ink system
- Very good print quality on photo and plain papers
- Large LCD display
- Easy to setup on wireless
- No drivers required for Apple users
- Very good editing software
- Cloud printing
- It will take very heavy paper up to 300 GSM
- Only one paper tray
- No ADF
- Slow first print
- Large footprint
- No touch screen
- Small capacity paper tray
What our printer engineer Marius says
The Canon MG 5750 is a very good quality photographic printer with relatively low cost/page when using the high capacity cartridges. Well build available in black and white (MG5751) the MG 5750 has very good reviews scoring almost everywhere over 4 stars. It is designed for home use or a very small business which doesn’t requires lots of copying or printing.
Definitely not a business printer due to the lack of ADF for scanning and copying more than one page at the time.