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Canon PGI-225/CLI-226 Negro, Cian, Amarillo cartucho de tinta - Cartucho de tinta para impresoras (Negro, Cian, Magenta, Amarillo, PIXMA iP4820 PIXMA iP4920 PIXMA iX6520 PIXMA MG5120 PIXMA MG5220 PIXMA MG5320 PIXMA MG5320 PIXMA MG6, ISO/IEC 24711, Inyección de tinta, Ampolla)
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- OEM ink tank for Canon® iP4820, MG5120, MG5220, MG6120, MG8120.
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Descripción del producto
Colores de impresión: Negro, Cian, Magenta, Amarillo
Pie de página con producción de páginas: ISO/IEC 24711
Productos compatibles: PIXMA iP4820\nPIXMA iP4920\nPIXMA iX6520\nPIXMA MG5120\nPIXMA MG5220\nPIXMA MG5320\nPIXMA MG5320\nPIXMA MG6120\nPIXMA MG6220\nPIXMA MG8120\nPIXMA MG8120B \nPIXMA MG8220\nPIXMA MX882
Tecnología de impresión: Inyección de tinta
Tipo de embalaje: Ampolla
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First the ink cartridges:
I get maybe twenty pages printed (like emails or word docs, nothing to graphic intensive) and I get a low ink notice. If I print a picture at regular setting a tank gets zapped even faster. When the low ink notice shows up it means I've got about five more "regular" pages before the tank is dry. It also means having to order another batch of these as buying them separately is cost-prohibitive. The odd thing is that the original inks that came with the printer seemed to last forever, so I'm at a loss at to why this an issue. The ink colors run out at different times and so I just buy these packages two at a time and use as necessary.
Which brings up the second problem:
For some reason which may have to do with the different models these cartridges fit, you'll run out of the C,M,Y, Black colors faster than the big black one (PGBK-225). If that's the case, get the CLI-226 4-Color Pack or the CLI-226 CMY 3-Color Pack as they are cheaper.
If you do need all FIVE replaced, be sure to buy the CLI-226BK as it's not included in this package (PGI-225/CLI-226 4 Color Pack). If you decide to get the CLI-226 4-Color Pack, you'll need to buy the PGI-225 BK Ink Tank separately as it's not included in that package.
That's because you can't buy all five inks in one package unless you go generic (trust me, I've done that with another printer and lived to regret it), or even get all five in one package at the Canon store. Though you spend a bit more at the Canon store, they do give you lots of free goodies with your ink purchase (I'm drowning in very high-quality matte gloss photo paper from my previous purchases there.) and free ground shipping.
The inks are very good but will smear on plain copy paper if you pick it up right after printing. That's because the ink needs time to dry. I've smudged enough documents to know that I need to wait about 10 seconds before handling the printed document. Photographs look great when printed on photographic paper (I use Canon for the reason shown above), but don't stand the test of time that "regular" photographs you have developed by a drugstore or camera shop. You can bring your camera's SD card to just about any camera place or drugstore to have your pictures developed using the high quality standards of Kodak. A picture I printed using this Pixma a year ago is already starting to fade. Not a lot, but enough to be noticeable.
I've knocked off a star for the small amount of printing you get with these cartridges, another star for the terrible bundling, and a third one for the pricing.
I've attached a picture of my iX6520 with the lid open showing the five inks it eats on a regular basis. Also attached showing ink levels after replacing a few of the cartridges. Note that they don't drain equally so it's hard to determine what you'll need to purchase in the future. I think in total I've boughten this printer two-times-over just in the amount of ink I've used. Shame really that they (Canon) don't give you more bang for the buck.
One thing I will point out... My experience is with Canon ink so I can't speak for other brands. When I order a box of inks or grab one at the store, Canon is the first to point out how nice they are for including a package of standard picture paper. So I will be the first to point out that the paper is a very clever marketing scheme... Canon "gives" you free paper because you are sure to blow through a box of ink using the "free" paper inside. If your intent is to always print pictures then this is a great deal and works perfect for that clientele.
It's not the quantity of ink consumed that is the problem, it's the small capacity and relatively high cost of these ink cartridges. Fortunately, you only have to replace the individual cartridges (C,M,Y, or BK) as needed. Though the cost of replacing all 4 inkjet cartridges is less than half the cost of one laser toner cartridge, in my 8 years of experience with the laser I needed to replace only one toner cartridge. I've had the Pixma only 4 months, and all 4 cartridges already are low or out of ink. So, in the long run, this printer is going to be much more costly to operate than the laser.
One reviewer commented on the bizarre combination of cartridges offered by Canon. Though I was struck by the same question, there is some logic to bundling C,M, and Y dye inks with pigment BK (PGI-225). The printer appears to consume these 4 cartridges at the same rate, while using the dye BK (CLI-226) more sparingly. So, you might need to replace the dye BK cartridge only half as often as the pigment BK. If they bundled all 5 cartridges, you'd wind up with a surplus of the dye BK cartridges.
The individual cartridges are easy to replace, and you can use them right up until they are "empty". Whether or not there is any usable ink left is irrelevant, because the printer will not print if it detects an empty cartridge. You must replace it.
There are cheaper, non-OEM replacement inks out there. But they're not highly regarded, and in this case you get what you pay for. I shopped around and found the best deal at Amazon.