Do yourself a favor and do some research on where the printers warranty is valid for: USA, Canada, Etc....
You see, if you were to purchase a Canon printer that is supposed to only be sold in Canada (or another country but I am focusing on the USA and Canada here...) but gets sold in the US and you need warranty service on that printer within its warranty period......YOU WON'T GET ANY WARRANTY COVERAGE....
Why is that, you may be asking??!!??
You won't be able to register the new printer on Canon's Web site because they won't recognize that printer due to it wasn't suppose to be sold in the USA and when you enter your living address in the US, Canon won't recognize it!.
Now, maybe Canon is aware of this and they don't care, I don't know.
How do I know this?
See this thread here: Canon TS5020 printer
Do your research. I can't verify anything about HP printers but I know quite well the problems you'll run into if you purchase a Canon printer that is only supposed to be sold in Canada.
Do a Google search about this problem with certain Canon printers and you'll see others who have gone through what I did when I needed warranty service.
But wait....... if you can get a Canadian address to use when you register the printer, you'll be all set.
My Epson printer now seems to double print and although there is ink in all the cartridges the print tests give very pale results I spent a couple of hours jumping through hoops trying to fix the thing.. Its really not worth the effortWhen it comes to all in one multifunction printing & scanning wireless inkjet printers, which 1 is the best overall and which brand you would buy?
I won't name a specific brand. I will, however, suggest that a major difference between some brands is that some integrate the ink nozzle into the ink cartridge, and others integrate the nozzle into the printer. When the nozzle is part of the ink cartridge a replacement of the cartridge is also a replacement of the nozzle. Nozzles clog up, and if it is bad enough, they must be replaced. It's a lot less expensive to replace a cartridge to replace a nozzle than it is to replace the entire printer. So I will never buy any inkjet which has the nozzle integrated into the printer itself. Research that no matter which inkjet you get. Or go with a laser printer.When it comes to all in one multifunction printing & scanning wireless inkjet printers, which 1 is the best overall and which brand you would buy?