Canon PIXMA MX892 - Impresora multifunción (Inyección de tinta, Colour, Colour, 12.5 ppm, 9600 x 2400 DPI, 9.3 ppm) Negro
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Descripción del producto
Alimentador automático de papel (ADF) capacidad de salida: 35 hojas
Altura: 21,84 cm
Ancho: 49,28 cm
Calidad de impresión (color, calidad normal): 9600 x 2400 DPI
Capacidad de entrada estándar: 150 hojas
Capacidad máxima para números de marcación rápida: 100
Certificado Energy Star: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Controladores incluidos: Si
Enviando por fax: Colour
Funciones de color todo-en-uno: Copiar, fax, Imprimir, Escanear
Funciones dúplex: Imprimir
Funciones todo-en-uno: Copiar, Fax, Imprimir, Escanear
ISO tamaño de serie A (A0...A9): A4, A5, A6
Impresión directa: Si
Interfaz estándar: Bluetooth, Ethernet, USB 2.0, LAN inalámbrica
Maximum ISO A-series paper size: A4
Memoria fax: 250 páginas
Mobile printing technologies: Apple AirPrint
Peso: 11,657 kg
Profundidad: 44,96 cm
Profundidad de entrada de color: 48 Bit
Profundidad de salida de color: 24 Bit
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: 2400 x 4800 DPI
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Professional
Software incluido: Easy-PhotoPrint EX, Easy-WebPrint EX, MP Navigator EX
Tamaño máximo de impresión: A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: Si
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: CF, Memory Stick (MS), MicroDrive, microSD (TransFlash), microSDHC, miniSD, miniSDHC, MMC, MMC+, MS Duo, MS Micro (M2), MS PRO, MS PRO Duo, SD, SDHC, xD
Tecnología de escaneado: CIS
Tecnología de impresión: Inyección de tinta
Tipo de escaneado: Flatbed & ADF
Tipo de papel de entrada: Cassette
Tipos de bandeja estándar: Arte de papel, Sobres, Papel satinado, Papel mate, Papel fotográfico, Papel normal
Velocidad de copia (calidad normal, color, A4): 7,4 cpm
Velocidad de impresión (color, calidad normal, A4/US Carta): 9,3 ppm
Velocidad de impresión (negro, calidad normal, A4/US Carta): 12,5 ppm
Velocidad de módem: 33,6 Kbit/s
Velocidad de transmisión de fax: 3 sec/page
Wi-Fi estándars: 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Área máxima de escaneo: 216 x 356 mm
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She's still alive and running great! She still drinks ink faster than an alcoholic on a binge, but I buy no-name brand ink from LD Ink for it and it still prints fine.
About 2 months ago it started to skip some colors when it printed, so I took the print head out & cleaned it out with pure Isopropyl Alcohol & it's back to printing perfectly again (I was amazed at the garbage that came out of the print head! Dried ink, gunk, etc).
This one's outlasted all my previous Canon All In One's. It still stays glued to the network, even after a power bump it comes right back online. I can even print to it from my cell phone and tablet now too! (through Canon's Android app) (Haven't figured out the Google Cloud Print thing on it yet).
It still scans, copies, faxes, and prints great! I can still scan from the device to any computer (that's turned on) that's on my wireless network (Yes. Even the Macs) and it still functions great.
I've even gone through a couple of Wireless Routers in the time I've had this and it's always found the new routers and was a cinch to get set back up again (Kudo's to Canon on making this really easy to do!)
I even convinced my folks to buy one of these a while back and they love theirs too. My mom prints to it from her iPad all the time. In the time I've owned it, my Father In Law has gone through a couple of HP All In One Printers (no surprise there).
Original Review Below:
This is my 3rd Canon MFP. While I was contemplating other brands (because these things drink ink like crazy & I only get about 2 years out of them), I still am glad I went with another Canon.
Wireless Scanning AT THE MACHINE
- Unlike the Epson, HP, and others, this machine will actually scan over wireless to the computer of your choice by pressing the Scan button on the machine (at the machine you're not restricted to just a USB connected device--Love it!)
- You push the button, choose the type of scan (PDF, Image), and then you have the choice of choosing which network connected computer to scan to.
- I have an iMac (with OS X AND Win7 on it via VM Ware), a MacBook Pro, an Acer Laptop, a Dell XPS, and a clone PC
- If the computers are on and connected to my network, they all show up in a list to choose from
- You choose the computer, then press SCAN and it starts to scan
- I tried it on all my computers & platforms & it worked flawlessly! Great software!
- I absolutely LOVE Canon's MP Navigator. It pops up, the scan is saved into it, and you're ready to use the file. AWESOME!!!
- Super easy! Tell the machine you want to use Wireless and it looks for wireless access points (routers)
- You select your router and enter a password if you use one (I do)
- It then connects and that's it! You're done!
To set up your computer to talk to the printer, just install the software & let it run through the install
- Your computer will detect the printer and whoala! You're ready to print (or scan or fax) over wireless!
- Canon definitely rocks in this department and setting up the MX892 over my MX860 for wireless was even simpler.
- Super simple. Plug in your phone line, and it's pretty much ready to fax
- There's also quite a few settings (tone/pulse/phone priority/machine name & number registration, etc)
- But right out of the box you can plug it in & it'll fax (I tried it. It worked!)
- It prints quicker than my MX860 does
- The ink tanks look a little smaller and if it's like the 860 I'm sure it'll eat through them like water
- I notice the ink will evaporate if you don't use it (I don't print a lot & the ink just "disappears") I swear it's alcohol based
- I bought off-brand ink for the 860 & never had a problem, I'm sure this will be the same
- Worked perfect!
- Lift the lid, put something on the copy glass, select the # of copies, and press copy
- Out comes your copy.
- It has lots of bells & whistles (enlarge/shrink/scan to duplex, etc), but I just use it as a basic copier and it works great
- Canon's printing software has to be some of the best out there. I've tried lots of others and I'm hooked on Canon
- Super easy install, super easy to use, and it "just works!" Every time!
- No hoky monkey business to scan or print or fax, just easy to use buttons to get you moving
- There's some extra's in there (calendars, photo layouts, etc). I printed a calendar & it did pretty well
- I tested some of the downloadable templates on the printer
- The calender templates are pretty cool
- I'm sure I'll be trying others
- Yet to be seen. I'm not holding my breath
- My MX860 lasted just over 2 years before the internal power supply died
- Came in one day & it was dead. No way to fix it. Hello garbage can!
- My previous Canon MFP had the print head go bad
- I've read that the HP's/Epson's/Brother's are more reliable & drink less ink, but the Canon functionality (being able to actually SCAN over wireless AT the machine) and ease of use of the software still make it work for me
- I'd much rather have a machine that I can actually use & have to replace it every few years than fight & grumble with a "reliable" machine that won't do what I need it for
- If you're looking for an easy to set up, easy to use Multi-function printer, then look no farther. Setup couldn't be simpler and it just works. Every time!
- The Canon MFP's do drink ink like it's going out of style (my MX860 actually EVAPORATED ink), so just use off-brand ink & call it good.
- The machine is smaller than the Epson Workforce or the HP 8600 series (shorter) although it takes up just about as big of a footprint. But I like not having to use a stool to use the top of it
- Time will tell how well this one will hold out, hopefully longer than the MX860, but I'm happy with it so far.
[3 MONTH UPDATE 11/24/12]
The printer is working absolutely flawlessly and I still love it!
- Definitely prints faster than the old MX860 did
- Print quality is noticeably better too
- The cartridges seem to be lasting longer.
- I'm still on my original set & they still have quite a bit of ink left
- Maybe they finally fixed the evaporating disappearing ink issue! SWEET!!
Scanning (Via Wireless AT THE MACHINE):
- I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS FEATURE!!!
- It still works flawlessly
- Stick something on the scan bed or in the automatic document feeder, press SCAN, and away it goes!
- One improvement over my MX860 is that it remembers the last set of settings used
- You don't have to reselect which computer you want it to go to. It chooses the last one used. AWESOME!!!!
- The MX860 made you choose which computer you went to every single time you scanned
- With 5 computers running at any given time in the house, but usually scanning to just one repeatedly (Win7 via VMWare on the iMac), it's been a godsend to be able to just walk up to the machine, press SCAN, and it scans to the right machine!
- Again, flawless...and FAST!!!
- From a cold boot, the machine is ready to fax in about 15-20 seconds
- From the machine booted, it's almost instant
- Load the document feeder, press FAX, enter the number & press Black & White or Color and away it goes!
- Love it!
- Rock solid! It's never left the network
- My MX860 would sometimes disappear from the network & come back (wasn't for long, but it was annoying sometimes), this one NEVER leaves the network and if you have to reboot it, it finds the network FAST!!!
- I'm using an Apple Airport Extreme router
- The Canon Software rocks!
- If you get one, try the cool Canon Creative Park printable cutout animals
- Very, very cool!
- We printed out a bunny, cut it out, glued it together and the kids loved it!
- Yeah, it's a gimmick to get you to use more ink, but still, VERY COOL!!!
- I still love it, would recommend it to friends, and would buy another one!
1. Autodocument feeder for scanning, copying, and faxing( single and double sided ). I love this! I no more need to scan pages by hand. It saves so much labors.
2. Individual color. Nothing is wasted.
3. Very good generic ink replacements. NO need to buy OEM. Generic ink manufacture, for example, Sophia Global, here at Amazon, sells generic inks that do a great job at a fraction of cost of Canon OEM inks.
I've had a PIXMA MP-780 for years, and I loved it, but unfortunately the printer died and it seemed more logical to spend the money on a new one than have it repaired. Since I loved the 780 so well, I had high hopes and expectations for the 892.
It is a beautiful printer. It is easy to set up, including wireless. It's print quality was amazing (rivals professionally printed photos and blows away "drug store" prints). I didn't own it long enough to see how thirsty it is when it comes to ink consumption, but I scan far more than print, so I wasn't too worried about it.
But wow, was I disappointed in the scanner's scan quality. If you're just scanning documents, or using it as a simple photocopier, the quality may be fine for you, but if you expect photo-quality scans -- something my old MP780 did well -- forget the MX-892. Now I suppose my issue could be software-caused (e.g bad composition algorithms) within Canon's drivers or the firmware on the scanner and not the physical scanning device itself, but since it's all required, it doesn't matter where the fault is.
The sharpness was very good (better than my 780), and it was better at detecting subtle color differences, too, but it had HORRIBLE color artifacts -- "ringing" (squiggly lines) and more. The lower the scan resolution you chose, the worse they were. 100dpi was gross. 400dpi was bad. Even at the highest resolution, the artifacts existed -- they werent' as pronounced, but the were there. Different photos had different looking artifacts, but that makes sense. This problem made the scanner unusable for my needs.
When I took the first one back to the store, they assured me it must be a problem with just that one printer, so I took home another. The second one was every bit as bad. I called Canon and they were no help. (I also wrote a similar review on Canon's site, but Canon refused it as "not meeting their guidelines -- I guess they don't want anything negative said!)
SO, to anyone who has one of these, if you can scan a photo and it has no color artifacts / distortions, I'd love for you to comment on this review and/or contact me directly (if Amazon allows me to insert a link below). I suppose there could have been a bad batch of printers, and I was unlucky enough to get two from that batch. I'd really like to know if I should try getting a third one. I really wanted to love the 892.
If Amazon doesn't prevent external links, here is a sample of the same picture scanned on the MX892 and my old MP780: [...]
UPDATE JANUARY 2014:
I should have added this update sooner. After giving up on the MX892, I managed to get my old MP780 to limp along a bit longer, but after several months, its printer gasped its dying breath and passed on. At that point there happened to be a really good sale price locally on the MX922, so I decided to try it. It works great. Awesome scanner quality, photos that put the 1-hour (e.g. CVS) photos to shame and rival professional lab quality...but time to first print is incredibly slow, but then fine after that. I may write a full review of the MX922 when I get a chance, but I wanted people to know that the issue I was seeing with the two MX892 units I tried is not an issue with the similarly priced MX922.