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This Canon Pixma MG3620 Wireless All-in-One Printer version prints high-quality graphics and photos thanks to its excellent 4800x1200dpi. The print speeds may be a little slow, but with a printer mainly intended for photos, do you want it to print fast or accurately? You may also look at our list of the best printers and make a comparison.

Why We Like It – Canon Pixma MG3620

The Canon Pixma MG3620 is a simple-as-it-gets printer that maintains the current level of convenience that you would expect from a modern-day printer. The print speed is still serviceable for students or those doing light printing from home, and the print quality is high, so your family photos can shine brightly on the wall. If you like the Pixma lineup of printers, we also have a review of the Canon TS6120 you can check out. If you only need a monochrome printer, you can read our Brother HL-L2300D review to see if it fits your needs.

  • Still Serviceable for Home Use and Students
  • High-Quality Graphic and Photo Prints
  • Wide Array of Mobile Connectivity Options
  • Slow Print Speeds
  • Best Quality Prints on Specialty Paper
  • High Running Costs

Related: Learn more about photo printers in our Canon Pixma Pro-100 review


The Canon Pixma MG3620 Wireless Printer isn’t really a speed demon when it comes to printing. But, its performance cannot be denied. However, even at an average of 6.4ppm, it’s still serviceable as one of the finest printers for students. The wireless printing is still appreciated from this top-rated home wireless printer since it saves you time physically hooking your computer to a printer. But if you do need something faster but still want a good inkjet printer, check out the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015. You can also check out the Canon Print Inkjet Selphy if you’re looking for a speedy printer for art prints too!

Print Quality

The printer uses dye (black cartridge) and pigment (color cartridge) inks. On plain paper, the black ink cartridges produced sharp text, but with a little splotching. If you are printing many text documents, check out the Brother MFC-L2750dw. On high-quality inkjet paper, results were book worthy. Printing graphics and photos on select Canon photo paper, like the Photo Paper Plus Glossy II, was equally high-quality and alluring. Great news for those of you looking for the best printer for cardstock, you can also check out the HP Designjet T120.

Although, if you’re concerned about the color settings for this printer, we recommend reading our printer color settings guide to help you get started.


The cost per page for Canon Pixma MG3620 Inkjet Printers is 10.6 cents for monochrome pages and 24 cents per page for color, which averages out to a whopping 17.3 cents per page. You can buy your Canon ink cartridges in XL and XXL sizes, though, which does bring the cost down a little bit, but would still average around 15 cents per page. Consider the Brother Inkjet Printer MFC-J985DW if you’re looking to save on running costs.

Advanced Features

The Canon MG3620 Photo Paper Printer offers a wide array of mobile device printing options: Apple AirPrint for Mac OS X, Google Cloud Print, and Mopria for Android Devices. Researching compatibility and features ahead of time never hurts, like if you’re a Mac user and are looking for printers for Mac. The printer connects via Wi-Fi, but there’s no word if it has wi-fi direct which enables the printer to act as its own hotspot if your network goes down, which wireless printing requires.


The Canon Pixma MG3620 Printer, black, actually comes in two other colors, which are white and red. You don’t see printers come in anything other than black or white, so it’s a breath of fresh air when it’s included. The paper tray has a 100-sheet capacity, which is pretty normal, but there’s no separate tray to act as a photo paper or document feeder.

Canon Pixma MG3620 Wrap Up

The bottom line, the Canon Pixma MG3620 will print high-quality photos and high-quality text as long as you’re using high-quality paper. Not to say that regular paper won’t suffice. It’s still serviceable, but you’ll be able to see a difference. And combining this with the high running costs will make this an expensive printer to manage.

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