The PIXMA TS8220’s design is passable. It feels pretty sturdy overall and there are no obvious issues with the construction. The power cord is removable and is easily replaceable should it get damaged. The scanner’s lid can stay open without needing to be held, which prevents it from slamming down, and it can also extend slightly if you need to scan thicker documents. The display panel needs to be raised manually to start printing, to allow the output tray to extend outwards.
Unfortunately, the printer does need to be on when changing the ink cartridges, and paper jams are a little difficult to get to, as it requires lifting the rear input tray and the printer’s back panel before you can get to them. Lastly, the rear input tray and the output tray feel a bit flimsy and of inferior quality.
Shiv has over 8 years experience working on Internet of Things and an avid user of Drones