Key Features: Colour inkjet; Prints up to A4; Touch panel in lid; Ethernet and Wi-Fi; 9.2kg

Manufacturer: Canon

specs
Quick Glance
Paper Size A4 - 210 mm x 297 mm, A5 - 148 mm x 210 mm, B5 - 176 mm x 250 mm, Legal - 216 mm x 356 mm, Letter - 216 mm x 279 mm, DL Envelope - 110 mm x 220 mm, Com10 Envelope - 105 mm x 241 mm, 100 mm x 150 mm, 130 mm x 180 mm, 200 mm x 250 mm
Printing
Duplex Automatic
Paper Size A4 - 210 mm x 297 mm, A5 - 148 mm x 210 mm, B5 - 176 mm x 250 mm, Legal - 216 mm x 356 mm, Letter - 216 mm x 279 mm, DL Envelope - 110 mm x 220 mm, Com10 Envelope - 105 mm x 241 mm, 100 mm x 150 mm, 130 mm x 180 mm, 200 mm x 250 mm
Sheet Capacity 300
Scanning
Scan Resolution 4800 dpi
Features
Card slot Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Microdrive
Networking IEEE802.11b/g/n

Ron 1

December 12, 2010, 2:02 am

Bought this model when it first came out and I'm impressed.


The wi-fi was easy to set up and I can sit in the lounge with my laptop whilst the printer churns away in the study at the other side of the house.


The ability to use it like a colour photocopier without the PC is also useful.


Output is up to the usual high standard I've experienced from Canon printers.


I agree that duplex is not the quickest but it's very handy.


Recommended.

Delibells

November 26, 2012, 12:17 pm

Although the printer is easy to use and a good quality printer it is definayely not economical as far as ink goes. We rarely print but seem to go through so much ink! The printer does a head clean every time it wakes us and this uses most of the ink. The ink cartridges are not cheap so a very expensive printer to run.

Julie

July 3, 2013, 10:16 pm

I agree with the comments left by Delibells, this printer is VERY expensive on the ink usage.

comments powered by Disqus