Canon Pixma MX420 All-in-One Printer
There is little doubt on the minds of camera-users or office workers that Canon has become one of the standards of the printer world, which has become a crowded placed to do business, indeed, however, Canon Pixma MX420 should easily hold its own in this marketplace.
If there is one thing Canon knows how to do it is build photographic and printing engines. It's high-quality line of EOS Rebel digital SLR (dSLR) cameras with its autostabilizing feature and full range of lenses that take advantage of it, is a testament to that. On the other side of the camera, though, the printing side, one would hope that Canon would be up to the design work it has done in the camera world and if it Pixma MX420 Wireless All-in-One Printer is any example, Canon has done it on the printer side, too.
Take, for example, Canon's EOS's ability to take High-Definition prints. It wouldn't do very well, now, if the manufacturer of a camera delivered a printer that couldn't deliver the same type of image from one of its HD prints created by either the PowerShot or EOS lineup, however, Canon has not worries there.
After looking at the 2.5-inch LCD image of the HD images captured with an EOS system, Canon's printers deliver the same top-quality images that its cameras deliver. Interestingly, the Pict-Bridge feature built into the Pixma assures that the 33rd copy of an image or document has the same qualities as the first.
An enterprise-wide printer, the Pixma isn't as large as some out there, but it does need a space of its own and it won't be moving very much as it is nearly 20 pounds and is 18.8 by 16.4 by 7.8 inches. These dimensions, while not the biggest on the market, mean that once you've placed it, you're unlikely to move it.
That's just as well because there is very little that the Pixma can't do, including standard printing, scanning, faxing and copying. It is network-ready and capable as it understands WiFi standard 802.11 /b/g/n which means that it not only can act as a hotspots for any wireless device, but it can is also Ethernet capable and, if you prefer to use an old-fashioned printerserver, you can set it up to print through a standard USB cable and a PC.
The Pixma is available with about 256 MB of RAM installed and you can up it to 512 by the addition of a standard 256 Kingston DIMM.
With all of this going for it, you can see that the Canon is continuing to be a powerhouse in the office field, not alone in the camera field - you can actually create some very nice high-definition images up to 8.5 by 11.5 borderless with the Pixma. It is made to compete and it should do so very well.
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