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Canon PIXMA MX700 Office All-On-One Inkjet Printer

by Canon
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  • All-in-one printer can preview, scan, copy, print, and fax
  • Color resolution up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
  • Automatic Document Feeder holds up to 30 sheets of originals to easily copy, scan, or fax large documents
  • It has 1.8-inch color LCD photo preview display
  • It has 1-year limited warranty
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Technical Details

  • copying
  • scanning
  • fax
  • color
  This Product Is ENERGY STAR® Qualified
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  This product is Certified for Windows Vista.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 21.2 x 12.5 inches ; 29 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 29 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000V2TTNG
  • Item model number: 2186B002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (187 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer This networkable 5-in-1 is all business, able to quickly produce beautiful photos and bold, professional-quality text. You can print photos right from compatible memory cards; selecting and enhancing images on the 1.8 inch color LCD display - or directly from a digital camera or DV camcorder. The Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) holds up to 30 originals, and two paper trays can store both plain and photo paper. You'll achieve up to Super G3 fax speed in color and B&W, and the expanded memory can store 40 speed dial codes and receive 100 incoming pages. Copies will be remarkably true to the originals, and when scanning photos you'll produce impressive 2400-dpi results, with vibrant 48-bit color depth.

The Canon Pixma MX700 All-In-One Printer offers:
  • 4800 x 1200 dpi prints for spectacular detail and clarity.
  • Print directly from compatible memory cards
  • The Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) holds up to 30 originals.

MX700 Product Tour



The networkable 5-in-1 MX700 is all business, able to quickly produce beautiful photos and bold, professional-quality text.. View larger.

Superb Resolution
To achieve 4800 x 1200 color dpi resolution, Canon Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) uses a patented print head with 1,600 precision nozzles, ejecting ink droplets as small as 2 picoliters. The result: Amazing images.

Four High-Performance Ink Tanks
This All-in-One uses four high-intensity dye-based color inks for rich photos and graphics, and a pigment black ink for clear, laser-quality text. Replace only the color that runs out, rather than a multi-color tank containing unused ink, helping to reduce your print costs.

Fast Printing
For extra productivity in the home or small office, you'll be able to produce up to 30 ppm black / up to 20 ppm color. You can also print a superb 4 x 6 inch borderless print in only about 46 seconds.

Automatic Document Feeder
The built-in Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) holds up to 30 originals, so it's faster and easier to copy, scan or fax your larger documents.

Auto Image Fix
The built-in Auto Image Fix feature helps you produce amazing results on all your photos. First, it categorizes your images into one of five types - Portrait, Scenery, Night Scenery, Snapshot with Scenery, and Snapshot with Night Scenery - then applies optimal image correction accordingly. For example, it will automatically brighten faces that are backlit and underexposed, and correct color cast to help ensure more accurate skin tones.



Auto Image Fix ensures a good print every time.

Two Paper Trays
Two built-in paper trays let you store photo paper and plain paper of different sizes - so you're always ready to print.

View, Edit and Enhance Images
With the 1.8 inchLCD screen you can view images on a compatible memory card without having to download them to your computer, then enhance them before printing.

Network Connectivity
An Ethernet interface lets you connect to a home or office network, with connected computers sharing the use of this versatile machine.

High Performance Faxing
This Office All-In-One achieves Super G3 Hi-speed fax in color and B&W, and its memory can store 40 coded speed dials and up to 100 incoming pages.

Print from Memory Cards / Cameras
Want to print photos directly from a compatible memory card without using your computer? Just insert the card into a built-in slot, select images on the LCD display, and print! You can also print photos directly from your digital camera/DV camcorder.


Product Description

With this networkable PIXMA MX700 All-In-One Office Printer, you'll be able to print photos right from compatible memory cards, selecting and enhancing images on the 1.8" color LCD display or directly from a digital camera or DV camcorder. You'll achieve up to Super G3 fax2 speed in color or Black & White and the expanded memory can store 40 speed dial codes and receive 100 incoming pages. Copies will be remarkably true to the originals, and when scanning photos you'll produce impressive 2400-dpi results with vibrant 48-bit color depth. The automatic document feeder holds 30 originals, making it easier to copy, scan or fax large documents. Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology automatically optimizes quality based on the type of originals you are copying. The Ethernet interface lets you establish or connect to a home or office network. Produce beautiful scans with vibrant 48-bit color depth Scanner Max Resolutions - Optical 2400 x 4800 dpi, Interpolated 19,200 x 19,200 dpi 8.5x11.7 Max Document Size Fax Modem Speed - 33.6 Kbps (Super G3 color fax), Black 3 seconds per page, Color 1 minute per page Print wirelessly right from your PictBridge enabled mobile camera phone Quick Start - Powering up your printer is now much faster Paper Sizes - Credit Card (2.13x3.39), 4x6, 4x8, 5x7, 8x10, Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 envelopes and Photo Stickers Compatibility - Windows Vista, Windows XP, 2000 and Mac OS X v.10.2.8 to 10.4.x10

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Great printer, easy set-up and very good printer.
Canon
We just use it for basic stuff...copying, faxing, scanning pictures and documents and printing pictures.
OlyNomad
Now I am out 2 black ink cartridges, and printer can't print.
Thorton Melon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 93 people found the following review helpful By B. Larson on September 18, 2007
I bought this to replace my HP Photosmart 2710 that died after 2 years. I had spent 400 bucks on the old HP and for only 200 this thing blows it out of the water. A few specifics:

SCAN: The scan quality is noticably better than the HP and I also like the software a lot more. Note that I am using this machine on a mac so I can't speak to what the PC experience is like.

FAX: The fax is much smarter. I used to have to unplug the HP so it wouldn't answer the phone when I didn't want it to. The Canon can simply be told that phone should take priority and it won't pick up... at least not before my answering machiine does on ring number 4. This is nice because it means I don't have to mess with phone cords when I want to send a fax.

PRINT: Works great. Set up three different computers to access on my network, although it did take me a minute to realize I had to use the "Canon IJ Network" option in the drop down for my computer to see the printer. If I had bothered to read the instructions it probably would have been quicker. ;)

COPY: Also seems to work great. Similar to the HP here although the quality of the print seems a little better.

I'll try to come back and add more detail after more use, but since there weren't any reviews yet I thought I'd add one now.
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88 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Speedy on October 1, 2007
I got this to replace a HP unit that had constant problems. At first I was in love with the MX700. Excellent print quality, fast scanning, network compatible, etc. However, today I needed to do a large copying and scanning job and love turned to frustration. At first the copies were coming out at about 12-15 seconds per page. But after about 30 or so pages it slowed down to about a minute per page making copies. Then I needed to do a large scan job of about 100 pages. Similar experience. Pretty quick on first 30 or so pages then slowed down to 70 seconds per page while scanning black and white text at 300dpi. Display frequently says "Scanner warming up..." Come on now, I am in Southern California and not Siberia. It is 82 degrees right now in my home office! Unless I got a defective unit I plan to return this printer. I will call Canon when they open to see if the slow down and frequent "Warming up" messages is "normal" or a defect. If this is normal, I would not recommend this printer/scanner unless you only do small print and scan jobs with it. Based on the review from another unhappy user, it appears that it slows to a crawl when the memory is filled up. Too bad as other than for that this would be a great unit. I got impatient waiting for it to copy a larger document and turned the unit off and then back on. After doing that it was fast again making the copies until several pages later when again it when into slow mode. I'd like to go to bed now but it is going to take about 40 more minutes for it to scan the last 40 pages! Arrrgggg!

Update: 10/2008 - After a year with this printer I really don't like it. My 2 star rating stands. The printer uses a lot more ink than it appears it should.
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115 of 133 people found the following review helpful By A. Sindher on September 21, 2007
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Unfortunately, Canon tried to get too smart and hurt the product offering substanially in this case. They were afraid of hurting the MP830's sales so they removed lots of good features from this product. The MX700 cannot print double-sided unless you manually flip pages...my $60 Canon printer can do this, but not this one. Also, they striped the memory down so much that it can't actually use the full 30 page capacity of the Automatic Document feeder. Put in 15 pages and the memory is full...and the scanning slows down to 1 page per minute...which is very very slow.

Overall, I do not recommend this machine. Buy the old Canon MP830 or go with the new HP's. I've used both and feel they are a lot better values.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jack L. Langdon on November 5, 2007
The MX700 has no fax receive setting for "do not pickup". It instead has a "telephone priorty" for use on a line shared with normal voice use. Unfortunately this setting is unreliable and frequently the MX700 picks up the line either immeadiately, or after a minute or so into your call, or even if you change extensions which makes a little noise on the line. It then starts the fax tone in your ear. You can't turn it off because it thinks it's in the middle of getting a fax. Canon Tech support is no help. I've just had to unplug the phone line. The color printing and copying is not very good either with unsaturated color and non uniform color across the page. If I can find a way to dump my MX700, I'll go back to HP.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By T. H. Van Vleck on January 26, 2008
Pro:
- prints nicely, works as a copier
- can fax documents from the printer
- can scan documents into a LAN connected computer

Con:
- can't send a document from the computer to the fax
- can't see fax history or incoming faxes on the computer
My old HP could do that..
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By ksrp on November 8, 2007
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A real bargain. Basic copy and printing works great with my Apple PowerBooks and the newly released OS 10.5.

One of the major reasons I bought this model is it can be networked via Ethernet. The directions were very good - if you read through them - and don't try to jump ahead like I do. If you follow all the steps you'll be up and running in no time.

You'll need a A>B USB cord (not included) to get the thing set up EVEN if you plan to only use the Ethernet connection. Once you've got it on your network you can unplug the USB cord and put it away.

Other points for Mac users as of 11/8/07:

1. In order to support color management in Mac OS X v.10.5, an upgraded version of Easy-PhotoPrint will be available. The current version of Easy-PhotoPrint EX does support Mac OS X v.10.5.

2. MP Navigator / MP Navigator EX are not compatible with Mac OS X v.10.5. Please check our Download Library for updated utilities/software. For now, please scan using ImageCapture or other TWAIN compatible application.

Picture print quality is very, very good. But, suggest you use Canon paper for the best results. I use their Photo Paper Plus Glossy 4" x 6".
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