Canon PIXMA MG8220 - Impresora multifunción (Inyección de tinta, Color, Color, 9600 x 2400 DPI, 9600 x 2400 DPI, 600 x 600 DPI)
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Algoritmos de seguridad soportados: 128-bit WEP, 64-bit WEP, WPA-AES, WPA-PSK, WPA-TKIP, WPA2, WPA2-PSK
Alimentador automático de papel (ADF) capacidad de salida: 150 hojas
Calidad de impresión (color, calidad normal): 9600 x 2400 DPI
Cantidad de bandejas de papel estándar: 1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Capacidad de entrada estándar: 150 hojas
Capacidad de salida estándar: 150 hojas
Capacidad del alimentador automático de documentos: 150 hojas
Colores de impresión: Negro, Cian, Magenta, Amarillo
Compatible con Mac: Si
Conectividad opcional: Bluetooth
Consumo de energía (apagado): 0,4W
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 3,2W
Consumo energético: 25W
Controladores incluidos: Si
Copiadora reescalar: 25 - 400%
Diagonal de la pantalla: 8,89 cm (3.5")
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 470 x 396 x 199 mm
Enviando por fax: No
Escaneado de película: Si
Espacio mínimo del disco duro: 512 MB
Estándares de red: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.3u
Frecuencia de entrada: 50/60 Hz
Funciones de color todo-en-uno: Copiar, Imprimir, Escanear
Funciones dúplex: Copiar, Imprimir, Escanear
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
Imprimir DVD/CD: Si
Interfaz estándar: Ethernet, USB 2.0, LAN inalámbrica
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 5 - 35 °C
Listo para redes: Si
Número de cartuchos de impresión: 4
Pantalla táctil: No
Peso: 10,7 kg
Procesador mínimo: Power PC G4/G5 866MHz, 1GHz Intel / AMD
Profundidad de entrada de color: 48 Bit
Profundidad de salida de color: 24 Bit
RAM mínima: 1024 MB
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 x 9600 DPI
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
MacOS X v10.4.11 to v10.6.x
Software incluido: Setup Software & User's Guide CD-ROM
Easy-Photo Print Pro
Full HD Movie Print
MP Navigator EX
Solution Menu EX
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: Legal (216 x 356 mm)
Tamaño máximo de papel ISO A-series: A4
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: Si
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: Memory Stick (MS), microSDHC, miniSD, miniSDHC, MMC, MMC+, MS Duo, MS PRO, MS PRO Duo, SD, SDHC
Tecnología de escaneado: CCD
Tecnología de impresión: Inyección de tinta
Tipo de escaneado: Cama plana
Tipo de papel de entrada: Cassette
Tipos de bandeja estándar: Sobres, Papel satinado, Papel mate, Papel fotográfico, Papel normal
Voltaje de entrada: 100 - 240V
Wi-Fi estándares: 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Área máxima de escaneo: A4 (210 x 297)
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But I've also noticed an unwelcome feature in each new model: a steady increase in Canon's greed through wasteful ink usage. I mentioned this issue when I updated my review of the 990... it got even worse with the 8120, which I didn't review... and now it has reached near criminal levels with the MG8220. Seriously, there should be a law against this kind of consumer abuse and deception.
I'm talking about ink usage that hits especially hard the home or home business user who only occasionally prints a color document or photo. The culprit is the programmed cleaning cycles, which were originally developed to keep the inkjet heads from clogging and have long been a part of inkjet operation. But Canon has exploited this operational necessity and turned it into a cash cow, a means of cleaning out customers' wallets. How bad has it gotten? In under three months, I have a full set of empty cartridges, without having printed a single photograph and with minimal printing of documents that had some spot color. So it has literally cost me DOLLARS PER PAGE to print some occasional color. At this rate, within a year, I'll spend more on ink than the cost of the printer, and that's with very light use. I've actually seen the five cartridges dedicated to color printing empty by a third during a period when I did no color printing at all. I've also had it go through cartridge cleaning cycles before it would SCAN a document which, of course, requires no ink at all.
Ironically, this would not be a problem for users who print regularly in heavier volume, since the ink would be used for actual printing and not constant cleaning cycles. In the tests I've read of continuous printing until the cartridges are empty (which is how the ink usage tests are always done) Canon printers perform with reasonable economy and a competitive cost per page. However, the vast majority of the market and user base for this printer is composed of people who do light to moderate printing, and their experience will be much closer to mine.
That brings me to my rating which, as I mentioned, would be 5 stars if features, performance and initial purchase price were the only considerations. But they're not, and the issue here is serious, one that will have a very significant financial impact on most users that they did not anticipate. Worse yet--and the reason I'm deducting 3 stars instead of 1 or 2--is that the issue is greed-based and intentional. Canon is ripping off its customers because it can, and because what it's doing will never show up in a review or test. I'm certainly aware that every printer manufacturer plays "the ink game" to some degree, but Canon has taken it to a whole new level with the MG8220.
Thanks for taking the time to read my review, and I hope it has helped in your buying decision.
Ink usage may be a concern. I've printed roughly 10 full 8" X 10" prints and 4 of the 6 tanks are already at the half way mark. At this rate each 8" X 10" print will end up costing $2.00/each. A little pricey in my opinion. But hey, the quality is second to none so you half to determine what's more important to you.
I really like the dual trays. I put regular old letter in the bottom tray and keep envelopes in the rear tray. When needed I'll put the glossy in rear tray for a quick photo print. And yes, this printer is fairly fast once it decides to start printing.
Others have commented the unit seems like it goes through unnecessary cleaning cycles. As of firmware V3.020 I would tend to agree. Sometimes just prior to printing, and then sometimes just after printing, it sounds like the unit is running a maintenance cycle. However if this were the cause of my low ink I would assume all 6 of the cartridges would be down half and only 4 (C/G/M/Y) of the 6 are (the 2 black tanks both show full). If nothing else the maintenance runs are annoying because they can delay the start of your print job.
The web interface is nice but one feature I wish Canon would add is the ability to count the number of pages printed, by cartridge, whenever a page uses each color. This would at least give the user an idea of what their consumable consumption is. Of course I'm sure this is something Canon would prefer you not be aware of.
The scanner function is also nice and I've used it several times. As long as the 'target' computer is running you can do all the scanning work at the printer without having to do anything on the computer. When scanning is complete (including multiple page scans) the printer will transfer the image to your computer seamlessly. I also like that my generic documents are scanned into PDF format.
Overall I love this printer. But I'm the type who has a laser pirnter for most of my routine work and I'm willing to pay a premium for quality photo prints.
PS - Too funny. Submitted the exact same review on the Canon website and it was rejected. I can only guess they don't like my comment on the page counter recommendation. The rejection hurts, but apparently sometimes so does the truth.