Canon PIXMA MG6220 - Impresora multifunción (Inyección de tinta, Colour, Colour, 9600 x 2400 DPI, 9600 x 2400 DPI, 600 x 600 DPI)
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Descripción del producto
Calidad de impresión (color, calidad normal): 9600 x 2400 DPI
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Capacidad de salida estándar: 150 hojas
Certificado Energy Star: Si
Compatible con Mac: Si
Conectividad opcional: Bluetooth
Controladores incluidos: Si
Copiadora reescalar: 25 - 400%
Diagonal de la pantalla: 7,62 cm (3")
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 470 x 368 x 175 mm
Enviando por fax: No
Escaner a color: Si
Frecuencia de entrada: 50/60 Hz
Funciones de color todo-en-uno: Copiar, Imprimir, Escanear
Funciones dúplex: Copiar, Imprimir
Funciones todo-en-uno: Copiar, Imprimir, Escanear
Función N-en-1 (N=): 2, 4
ISO tamaño de serie A (A0...A9): A4
Impresión directa: Si
Impresión dúplex: Si
Impresión económica: Si
Interfaz estándar: Ethernet, USB 2.0, LAN inalámbrica
Maximum ISO A-series paper size: A4
Multitareas todo-en-uno: Si
PC, copiado gratis: Si
Peso: 9,117 kg
Profundidad de entrada de color: 48 Bit
Profundidad de salida de color: 24 Bit
Ranuras de memoria: 1
Remitente digital: No
Resolución de impresión (negro, calidad normal): 600 x 600 DPI
Resolución máxima: 9600 x 2400 DPI
Resolución máxima de escaneado: 19200 x 19200 DPI
Resolución óptica de escáner: 4800 х 4800 DPI
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Professional x64, Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Starter x64, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Business x64, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Basic x64, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Home Premium x64, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate x64, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Home x64, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Professional x64
Tamaño de impresora No-ISO: Legal, Carta
Tamaño de papel fotográfico: 101,6x152,4, 127x177,8, 203,2x254 mm (4x6, 5x7, 8x10")
Tamaño de sobres: 10
Tamaño máximo de impresión: A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: Si
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: CF, Memory Stick (MS), MMC, MMC+, MS PRO, MS PRO Duo, SD, xD
Tecnología de escaneado: CIS
Tecnología de impresión: Inyección de tinta
Tiempo de primera copia (negro , normal): 14s
Tipo de escaneado: Cama plana
Tipos de bandeja estándar: Sobres, Papel satinado, Papel mate, Papel fotográfico, Papel normal
Voltaje de entrada: 100 - 240V
Wi-Fi estándars: 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Área máxima de escaneo: A4 / Letter (216 x 297)
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On features and quality, I'd give it 5 stars. The scan and print quality are excellent, and the included applications for scanning/printing are adequate. It can connect via USB, wired network, or wireless network (and I've tried all three).
There is no automatic document feeder (ADF), even as an optional accessory, so keep that in mind if you have lots of multi-page documents to scan. Paper handling is great, especially the automatic duplexing.
It also supports Apple Airprint flawlessly, so printing from iPhone and iPad is wireless and quick. I did have to download and upgrade the printer firmware to get this working, but I assume shipping units will come with the updated firmware very soon.
Now, for my big complaint, and why it gets 3 stars instead of 5. If you let this printer set for a day, then initiate a print, it automatically executes a cleaning cycle EVERY TIME. Not only does this process delay printing by a couple minutes (which seems like forever), it wastes a HUGE amount of ink. Like most every inkjet, the ink cartridges are small and expensive -- but this printer exacerbates that by wasting ink on unneeded cleaning cycles EVERY DAY. So even though I've used the printer VERY lightly over the last 3 weeks, and printed less than 50 pages (and only two photos) total, the ink cartridges are over half empty. That amounts to about $35 worth of ink for 50 pages! At 70 cents per page, this is one expensive printer.
My previous inkjet (Canon Pixma ip5000) only executed a cleaning cycle if it had been powered off, or if you manual requested it. I had to clean it perhaps once or twice per year -- not 365 times per year, which is essentially what the MG6220 is doing. At first I thought it might be due to the "auto power off" setting, but I set this to "Never" so the printer would never power itself off (and it is on a UPS, so no power interruptions). Nevertheless, it still executes a cleaning cycle at least once per day and I can hear the sound of a cash register every time it does so. (*** See 11/28/11 update, below ***)
The second gripe is driver support. For WindowsXP, the driver does not properly support network scanning via TWAIN/WIA interfaces. The included Canon scanning software works, but any third party software (like the check scanning service my bank offers) will only work if you plug the MG6220 directly into the USB port. And on Vista, while you can get TWAIN/WIA to function over network, it requires manual installation steps (buried in the user's manual) that should be automated by Canon's driver installer. I wish Canon would hire some driver developers from Brother, because the drivers with my Brother MFC-8890DW Laser supported all of this, including network scanning on XP, completely automatically on XP, Vista, and Windows7.
I guess I can forgive the driver issues on XP, because XP is getting pretty long in the tooth and I can accept that Canon doesn't want to spend the extra software development time. As well, the manual steps on Vista are pretty minor (although many consumers will have a hard time with it). But the effective cost-per-page, due to the daily cleaning cycle (***), will make cost-of-ownership for this printer unaffordable for many.
*** 11/28/11 Update ***
I have printed less than 50 pages (most black and white text), and the printer is complaining that two of the ink cartridges -- Cyan and Gray -- are almost empty. However, I did find a solution to the daily (or more) ink-wasting cleaning cycles mentioned above.
The automatic cleaning cycle appears to be triggered by either of two things: If the printer itself has lost power (not just turned off, but unplugged / power outage), *OR* if the USB-attached computer has been rebooted or power cycled. After either of those events, the printer will execute a cleaning cycle the next time a print job is sent to it.
I disconnected the USB cable and setup that computer to print via wireless network a few days ago. I haven't seen the automatic cleaning occur since. Hopefully this will slow the ink usage somewhat.
*** 8/19/12 Update ***
Keeping the printer "powered" and on wireless reduces the cleaning cycles, but does not eliminate them. I have not pinned down the exact pattern, but it seems it throws in a cleaning cycle any time you haven't printed for a few days, and sometimes just seems to throw one in at random. It is possible these cycles are actually needed for print quality to get rid of partially dried ink on the head -- so I can't fault Canon for doing the cleanings, but they sure do use up the ink! Quality is still excellent, but cost-per-page is pretty high.
- Set up was fairly straight forward (I used the wireless set up). Lots of tape to remove, be sure not to miss anything and DO follow the unpacking instructions. You can damage the printer if you don't, quite easily. Be warned this printer does take a while to do its initial set up. It's automatic, but I've never seen anything quite like it. Good thing you only do this once. After that, you still have to insert a piece of paper (included) and do the head alignment. Wi-Fi set up was a snap! After I added it to my home network my desktop and two laptops detected it immediately. Running Windows 7, it pulls the drivers right away, but you might want to use those on the installation disk if you want to add the Canon software suite (more on this later).
- Printing is great, nice and crisp. It tells you the ink levels when you do print, but you can check anytime. As some mentioned here, I turned off Green mode, leave the printer on all the time, and don't use USB to the computer, and I haven't seen the head cleaning (ink wasting) issues that some have seen. Still all the ink levels are full, and I've printed about 20 pages, 2 full color photos a CD. I don't understand the folks that have shaking/noise issues. This printer is very quiet. No vibration. I only hear when it first starts an operation then it's quiet, until it finishes pushing the document out. The photos were vibrant and true to color. The CD I printed on was awesome! Looked VERY professional. One thing about printing on a CD... its a bit complicated. You start the CD printing process first... then set up the printer when it indicates it's ready. You open the front of the printer pull down a small, not very well marked handle, then push the stand-alone CD tray (which is a thin piece of plastic)in until it aligns with a white arrow on the tray and the slot. Then you press OK on the printer, and it sucks the tray in and prints. Quickly I might add. Be sure to return the printer to its regular state afterward (remove CD tray and close handle).It also prints on the mini disks too. You do need printable CDs/DVDs. I highly recommend this printer for this feature alone. The duplex printing (front and back) is a very nice feature, and will save much paper on bigger jobs. My printer is upstairs in a separate room from the wireless(N) router and I have no issues printing from a downstairs laptop.
- Scanning is good. I say good because it doesn't have an auto feeder, but the results are nice. After it warmed up (just a few seconds), I had to look to see if it was still working, it was that quiet.
- Copying is also nice and crisp. Your choice color or B/W.
- The touch controls look great but are sensitive. They illuminate as they are needed according to selected function, which is nice. Most of the commands can be done from your computer once it's set up. The main exception being printing a CD, which you need to be close by the printer to do. Even the front pops open when you print encase you forgot, to catch your document/photo. The paper feeder is in a tray out of sight, but you can also use a feeder tray in the back (which hides out of sight when not in use) if you like. This is great for envelopes, photo paper, or if you have different sized or thicker paper. For a smooth feed you will probably only want to keep regular paper in the bottom tray, as it can't handle thick paper there. The small screen is adequate and the memory card location is convenient, too.
- The included software is a mixed bag. The set up (drivers, etc.) is good and it allows you to skip the printers network set up if you have done it once on another computer in your home network. The photo software is a little weak. The good news is if you have Adobe Elements or Light Room, there's a plug-in included for those. You may prefer your own software. The printer software is divided up depending on what you want to do by printing, photo, CD, and scanning. The scanning software is OK, nothing fancy. It does let you save your scan as a jpeg or convert to a pdf. CD printing software is nice, but I wish it had more templates. Not sure how well it works with third party CD printing software. The one I made with the Canon software was dead center perfect. The overall layout of the software could be better, but I believe you will like the end results.
- What I haven't tested is the AirPrint or the Google email print. I have no use for these features at this point so check another review of these if you are interested. I'm very happy with this purchase and hope it will be as durable as the printer it's replacing.
UPDATE: After a long period of showing low ink level indicators on all but the large black ink tank (over a month), the blue (cyan) tank finally went empty on Dec. 24, 2012. I'm quite impressed with the ink consumption. I've printed perhaps a 100 pages both B/W and color combined, around a dozen or so fully color, high quality photos (4x6 abd 8x10), and quite a few CD's. For such small tanks they did well for average home use.
The CD printer has proved to be a bit clumsy to use, especially when printing multiple CD's. You have to close the CD tray door and reset for the next CD, then open it back up again. Also don't forget to close the CD door when you are finished printing or next time you print, your job will be held up until you do. All in all I'm pretty happy with this printer.