Canon Pixma MG5620 Wireless All-in-one Inkjet Color Cloud Printer with Scanner, Copier and Airprint Compatible, Black
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- AirPrint: Print wirelessly and effortlessly from your compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch- no drivers needed!
- Easily print wirelessly from your Android, iPhone or tablet via Canon PRINT app and Google Cloud Print.
- Compatible with Individual/Combo CLI-251 XL Ink Tanks (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) & PGI-250 XL Pigment Black Ink Tanks. Only replace the inks that run out!
- Get amazing color and detail with five individual ink tanks.
- Print from multiple mobile devices with ease.
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From the manufacturer
Convenient Cloud Printing From Any Device
Wireless l Print l Copy l Scan
The PIXMA MG5620 is an advanced Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One printer offering high performance, real convenience, and remarkable quality. It is an ideal printer for tablet, smartphone, or cloud printing and it starts with the PIXMA Printing Solutions (PPS) app. PPS makes it easy to print and scan photos or documents directly from your compatible mobile device. With Google Cloud Print you can print from wherever you are, from applications you use every day. The MG5620 makes wireless printing from almost anywhere easy.
What's in the Box
- PIXMA MG5620 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One
- Photo Paper Sample Pack (5 sheets PP-201)
- Setup CD-ROM
- Setup Ink Tanks
- Power Cord
Our built-in wireless features will automatically connect to help you save time so you can print or scan anywhere around the house.
Features: Wireless Pictbridge, Wireless Auto Power On
Unlock the power of printing with your mobile device. Print or scan from your phone using a variety of applications.
Features: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print Ready, PIXMA Cloud Link, Mobile/Tablet Device Printing
Experience the power of the print with advanced features that deliver high-quality photos for you to share with friends and family.
Features: 5 individual inks, Auto 2-sided Print, 4800 DPI Print resolution, 2.5" Touch Screen
Lets you print quietly while not disturbing those around you.
Approx 44 seconds in 4 x 6
Print a beautiful, borderless 4 x 6 inches photo in approximately 44 seconds.
Print from Email
Print a PDF or JPG just by emailing them to your internet connected printer.
Auto Scan Mode
Scans both business documents and photos with maximum optical resolution of 1200 x 2400 dpi.
|Canon PIXMA MG7520||Canon PIXMA MG6620||Canon PIXMA MG5620|
|ISO Print Speed (up to)||4 inches x 6 inches Borderless Photo: Approx. 21 seconds ESAT (Black): Approx. 15.0 ipm ESAT (Color): Approx 10.0 ipm||4 inch x 6 inch Borderless Photo: Approx. 44 seconds ESAT (Black): Approx. 15.0 ipm ESAT (Color): Approx 9.7 ipm||4 inches x 6 inches Borderless Photo: Approx. 44 seconds ESAT (Black): Approx. 12.2 ipm ESAT (Color): Approx 8.7 ipm|
|Print Resolution (up to)||Color: Up to 9600 x 2400 dpi / Pigment Black: Up to 600 x 600 dpi||Color: Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi / Pigment Black: Up to 600 x 600 dpi||Color: Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi / Pigment Black: Up to 600 x 600 dpi|
|Paper Tray Capacity (Plain Paper)||Lower Cassette: 125 Sheets Plain Paper / Upper Cassette: 20 Sheets Photo Paper 4 inches x 6 inches or 10 Sheets Photo Paper 5” x 7”||100 Sheets Plain Paper or 20 Sheets of 4 inch x 6 inch Photo Paper||100 Sheets Plain Paper or 20 Sheets of 4 inches x 6 inches Photo Paper|
|Mobile/Tablet Device Printing||✓||✓||✓|
|LCD Display||3.5 inch Touchscreen||3.0 inch Touchscreen||2.5 inches|
|Auto 2-sided Printing||✓||✓||✓|
Printing from your Tablet, Smartphone, or the Cloud can be easy. With the Cloud print function you can print directly from select online cloud services either at the printer itself or with your mobile device using the free PPS app.
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There is a roundabout way to print by sending it to the Cloud and printing it from there but not what we were looking for at all. Also, as others have stated, printer is rather loud, clanky and slow. I would say a step back from our previous Canon, which was a MP620P but just didn't have the ability to hook up to smartphones.
Skip ahead to a month later and now the paper will not load, even when it's full of paper. Worthless just became garbage for my kids to play hockey with. Shame on you Canon!
First, it started by sucking up every. single. piece. of. paper. that was on the tray. Every. Single. One. 10 pieces? Sure, I'll suck them all up at once!
So I started feeding it one piece at a time. Then it begins making this awful loud obnoxious noise every time it sucks up a piece of paper.
Oh but wait, it gets better!
Then it stops printing ALL TOGETHER. I have an 8 page paper due tomorrow and its not printing a single. damn. thing.
I have had nothing but trouble using my Canopy Protection Plan on this too.
Because Canopy says the product is still covered by Canon warranty.
Canon says it no longer has my product under warranty.
So its this fun game bouncing around from one to the next.
Its been awesome. Reallllllllll awesome.
For several weeks, Canon had an issue with Google Cloud print and the whole system was done. Luckily I didn't have classes during that time, so the timing wasn't completely awful. Once it was finally up and running again, I followed the procedure listed in the first paragraph but it never actually "received" the sent data so it still won't print.
It's been so frustrating. I was willing to deal with the long process of printing, but once Canon and Google Cloud couldn't get their issues straightened out, it was already past the return date. Figures. Otherwise I would have returned this thing so fast.
I was under the impression that a Google Cloud Printer meant I could connect it with my Chromebook and press print and it would actually print... But maybe I'm missing something. A lot of people seem to really like the printer, but if you are thinking of getting it to work with a Chromebook, DON'T.