Superb network printer being used with a wired Ethernet (RJ45) connection – from router via a network TP-Link unmanaged switch. This enables you to link the printer to any PC or Mac added your network with ease, no more messing about with USB cables to one dedicated PC only. I’m personally not a fan of wifi in the office and so can’t comment on that feature, but it is wifi enabled. Although brown, the colour isn’t actually so bad, it’s a very dark brown with a slight pearlescent effect. From a side angle it looks black.The MG7150 takes 6 cartridges (4 colour, 1 grey, 1 black), very efficient and cheap in cost unlike other inkjet printers I’ve used. The only real difference between this and the newer Canon PIXMA MG7550 (which I use at the office and purchased prior to this printer) is the NFC feature on the MG7550, which essentially means you can print from a smart mobile device.With regards the quality of print, I do a lot of photography and printing. I’ve tested the MG7150 with basic A4 paper to 310g permajet and postcards. It handles everything with ease and prints exceptional quality, I’ve even framed some photos and placed them about the house, such is the high quality. All in all, I’m really impressed and can highly recommend this printer.