Canon PIXMA MX515 Reviews– At first glance, Canon’s PIXMA MX515 looks very similar to PIXMA MX715 revised a few weeks ago. However, when you look at your glossy and plastic skin, the print engine and the structures of this machine are noticeably different and not particularly good.
This is another large, bright black box with its control panel on the edge of the automatic document feeder (ADF) on the scanner lid. The ADF support tray is folded from the top of the machine and occupies up to 30 sheets. The single paper tray, which can hold 100 sheets, folds from the front of the printer and has a foldable paper support, which occupies the ends of the printed pages. Most of these sheets are on a small telescopic tray, which folds from inside the printer. There is a third folding lid that reveals the twin print cartridge holders. Cartridges are carved into these from the front, with locking bars clicking to hold them in place.
The control panel uses what appears to be the same set of black buttons on PIXMA MX715, but they only light up with a numeric keypad when using fax mode. Why not just have normal buttons?
The 62 mm LCD screen is bright and clear, and the menu screens are generally well designed, although the status information displayed during PIXMA MX515 printing cannot always be said. For example, when you copy our five-page ADF text document, the screen shows 1 or 2 pages to print, even when there are 3 or 4. It looks like it actually shows the number of pages that have been scanned, but not still scanned. printed, which has little use.