Review: Canon Pixma MG5620 – economical all-in-one inkjet printer
The best part of Canon Pixma MG5620 is its excellent output quality. The set-up is easy too and the printer connects with a wireless network, which means it can connect with mobile phones and tablets too. The gadget comes with auto-duplexer for double-sided prints.
One of the most expensive aspects of it is that its ink comes expensive. If the printer is used for photo printing, you may run out of ink frequently. There are better options in the market at the same price range.
Probably, for many, the high cost may cut down the overall value. Presently it is being retailed at just under $80 in the US. Potential consumers in Australia and UK need to wait for its availability.
Design wise the printer will lure consumers. It comes with a matte black finish, but with a low-profile chassis. It measures just 18 inches wide, 14.6 inches deep and 5.9 inches tall, which means the it won’t take much room at work space.
The scanner, sitting on the top, comes with a resolution of 2,400×1,200 dpi, which is quite good.
The gadget also works as a copier, but take note it does not come with a tray to let you drop paper for hands-free scanning.
The Wi-Fi part may attract many users as connection is easy and gives access to files through cloud-based services like Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint smoothly.
The printer is equipped with a 2.5-inch LCD screen in the front panel to know details of the prints.
According to Cnet, the average cost of printing a single page comes at around 5 cents. This has been evaluated by considering equal mix of text and graphics. So, if there are only texts to print, the cost will come down further less.
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