- Integrated Card Reader
- Mac Compatible
Canon PIXMA MX7600 Office All-in-One Printer
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- All-in-one office printer prints, copies, scans, and faxes documents
- Advanced PgR ink system for better color saturation and outstanding photo prints
- Built-in Ethernet connection; ideal network-ready printer
- Prints documents at 28 ppm (black) and 23 ppm (color)
- Device measures 19.7x21.1x10.1-inches (WxHxD)
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Canon's newly developed Pigment Reaction (PgR) ink system incorporates a higher-intensity black pigment, a clear ink, and specially formulated color pigment inks for superior results for all your prints. This unique system coats the paper with clear ink before it reaches the print head, helping the colors more effectively bond together for better saturation and brightness. And since each color comes in its own tank, you only need to replace the color that runs out, reducing waste and saving you money.
Offering prints at up to 4800 x 1200 dpi color resolution, photos exhibit continuous tone and look like they are fresh from the photo lab. In addition to the PgR ink system, the printer has a print head capable of producing two-picoliter ink droplets for exacting detail. You don't have to wait long for your prints either--a 4 x 6-inch borderless print takes only about 43 seconds.
When printing business documents, the MX7600 churns out prints at up to 28 pages per minute (ppm) in mono, and 23 ppm in color. Because the printer has two paper feeders, less time needs to be spent loading or changing media. With a built-in duplexer, you don't have to waste your time standing by the printer flipping sheets when you want to print on both sides. And you don't have to wait for the machine to slowly start up either; the unit is ready for use in about five seconds after power up.
The printer is network-ready thanks to its built-in Ethernet connection. Just connect it to your home or office network, and your networked computers can share the printer. The printer also features a built-in memory card slot that allows you to print photos straight from a memory card without a computer. With the printer's LCD, you can look at the pictures you want printed, and with Auto Image Fix, picture quality is automatically optimized.
The MX7600 features a built-in Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) that holds up to 35 sheets and enables automatic duplexing for copies and scans, leaving you free to work on other tasks while the printer does all the work.
The scanner offers up to 4800 dpi resolution at a 48-bit color depth for scans that pick up even the most minute detail. And thanks to Canon's advanced copy technology, the MX7600 copies graphics and documents with faithful accuracy.
The device can achieve Super G3 fax speeds (33.6 Kbps), which allows the fastest fax transfers, and it can fax both black-and-white and color pages. The device's built-in memory will store 100 coded speed dials and up to 250 incoming pages--features that are especially useful for long faxes or if you run out of paper.
The Canon MX7600 All-In-One Printer is compatible with Windows (including Vista) and Macintosh operating systems. The printer measures 19.7 x 21.1 x 10.1-inches (WxHxD) and weighs 36.6 pounds. It is backed by a 1-year warranty.
What's in the Box:
Canon MX7600 printer, five cleaning sheets, document kit, ink tanks (PGI-7 and PGI-9), power cord, print head, telephone line cable.
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Top Customer Reviews
Pros: The scanner is very good, with an auto feeder, and scan quality is good for both documents and photos. The print speed and quality is good. Having 2 paper sources (bottom plain paper cassette, rear feeder) is a time saver. The auto-duplex printing is very handy. Fax quality is good. Auto feeding for faxes is nice, but not something I will use that much. Builtin networking, so I don't need to have a PC continuously powered up when the family laptops want to print. Photo prints have good detail and shading. Printing directly from various memory cards and cameras is easy.
Cons: Photo prints colors need some tweaking. It's all a bit bright with a tendency toward a very slight pink cast. Admittedly, I have not done that many color photos as yet. Tones and shades are not as accurate as a printer with more colors. This one has 6 ink tanks, but 2 of them are shades of black, so printing must be done with 4 colors. This printer is adequate for amateur snaps, but won't replace a dedicated photo printer. No scanning of film or negatives. Printer is large but that's a given with this many functions.
1) slow to print first page
2) cannot use regular paper from the rear paper loader (only the cassette).
3) a bit noisy before and after printing.
4) ink only available online
If I had to buy again, I would go with the MP850.
I replaced a Canon MP 780 which I liked, after it wore out, with this MX 7600 and am extremely disappointed and will now try another company's products. One last inconvenience to note, unlike the Canon MP780, paper for normal use in the MX7600 cannot be loaded from the rear, but must be loaded from the front cassette which holds less paper.
We have run it through its paces for 8 months now in a small office. We generally only use the MX7600 for color jobs and use our cheap-to-operate older laser copier/network-printer for black and white text business docs and forms. (We do not use the fax or scanner functions on the MX7600 as we have a separate dedicated high-speed document scanner and use an Internet fax service so I will not comment on those fuctions.)
We wanted a color printer/copier that was full featured and high quality. But we only have low volume print needs because we run a "less-paper" office, usually opting for electronic document delivery and storage. This unit fit the bill--it offers automatic full duplex for copying and printing which saves time, paper, postage, storage; the network setup instructions were detailed and clear; it is Energy Star rated; and it works on our PCs and Mac. It has separate ink tanks which save us money and resources. And last but not least, the output looks at least as good as color laser quality.
The color copy mode could use some work--color business documents come out too light unless you manually dial up the darkness setting.
The MX7600's unique "clear ink" paper treatment "fixes" the color and black inks to the paper so it does not smear or run. The paper does take longer to dry than expected--I assume because of the clear ink treatment.
The unit does a little dance to shake up the ink tanks at least once a day. Otherwise it is pretty quiet.Read more ›
It was pretty much plug and play for the PC. The installation instructions for the Mac 10.5 are nowhere near actual installation instructions--even the latest instructions from the website aren't correct.
Printer is great, scanner is very good, networked capability is reliable, just gotta figure out how to get the scanner to work with the lastest Mac OS.
As you can imagine, I was elated when I was able to set up the printer as a networked printer without any hassle. We typically use the printer to print out homework assignments, presentations, work related items, and other items typically generated in MS Word and MS Excel. My wife has PrintMaster Gold and she uses the printer to print out cards and pictures occasionally, and the printer does an excellent job. We also use it for making copies and for scanning. The software that comes with the printer for scanning is really easy to use. I was able to show my family how to use the scanner and copier in just a couple of minutes, which was great. I've had the printer for about 3 months and so far I've only had to change out the black cartridge. I will mention that I couldn't find cartridges for this printer at Office Depot or at any retail stores where I've purchased cartridges in the past. I had to order them online, and they were kind of hard to find. I was able to find and order them, so all is well. I just did a Google search for the names of the cartridges and found a couple of outlets from which to purchase them right away.
We use the printer about 5-10 times per week during normal school time, so we are not "heavy users" of this printer.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just don't buy it!!! Always runs out of ink. Never been able to send fax. Eats up paper on errors. Need I go on. Definitely not intuitive. Expect to spend hours with manuals.Published 6 months ago by Butch704
Unless you must have color printing, stay away from this printer. It will
eat its weight in ink very quickly and you do not want to know how much
Canon Charges for... Read more
On Mac 10.6 and 10.7, with the latest drivers, it cannot print on plain paper from most applications. Period. Read morePublished on February 16, 2012 by Ira Lippke
This copier eats ink. It is very noisy and stops frequently to recalibrate--which just uses ink. It is slow, and the photo printing quality is mediocre. Don't buy this, period.Published on January 31, 2012 by R. C. Knapp
being in the visual media field for 20+ years i was excited to try this new printer. the inks it came with all printed beautifully, but went out quickly. Read morePublished on October 20, 2011 by kdd
I've had two of these crappy Canon MX700 printers already! The first one I bought at circuit city for a rip off price of 150.00 glad I had a giftcard though! Read morePublished on August 18, 2011 by Kimaam
I was a Canon fan until I bought this item. I have 4 Canon cameras and a Canon Faxphone 75, all of which are great. I also appreciated Canon's first-rate USA-based tech support. Read morePublished on July 5, 2011 by lilypads
I have had this machine for about a year now. It is intensely annoying and often drives me mad. When I want it to print it just sits for ages churning away doing nothing except... Read morePublished on June 25, 2011 by P. Shahinian
Proprietary network technology. If you plan on using this over the network, forget it. Read more