Canon TR8520 All-In-One Printer For Home Office |Wireless | Mobile Printing | Photo and Document Printing, AirPrint(R) and Google Cloud printing, Black
|Print media||Glossy photo paper|
About this item
- Designed to meet all your needs, from scanning and faxing, a 5 color individual ink system for great looking documents and photos and plenty of connectivity options the Pixma Tr8520 has you covered
- Connect your smartphone, tablet and all your favorite devices with ease print hassle free whether from the Cloud4, through Bluetooth5, from social Media3 or on the go
- The Pixma Tr8520 is the compact Wireless Office all in one that fits perfectly anywhere in the home or office, is simple to use, and delivers outstanding results every time. Print resolution: Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
- With intuitive features like the 4.3 inches LCD touchscreen, memory card slot1 and 20 sheet ADF, it's clear to see why the Pixma Tr8520 makes printing, copying, scanning and faxing quick and easy
- Memory capacity: Approx; 250 pages. Modem speed- Up to 33.6 Kbps (Super G3 color fax) 18
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The home office printer that's powerful, yet compact a home office should boost your efficiency at work, but should also handle all your home needs too. And the Pixma TR8520 does just that. When you need a home office printer that can handle all your work needs like documents, reports, faxing and scanning to your home needs like printing homework assignments, concert tickets and family photos the Pixma TR8520 has you covered. With front and rear paper feeding, a 5 individual ink system, auto 2 sided printing, memory card Slot1, and lots of connectivity options, you'll be able to handle it all
From the manufacturer
The compact home office printer that’s big on performance
- Five Individual Ink System
- Large 4.3” LCD Touchscreen
- Auto 2-Sided Printing
- Front & Rear Paper Support
- Memory Card Support
- Connectivity: Hi-Speed USB, Ethernet
-PictBridge (Wireless LAN)12.
-Bluetooth 4.0 LE(2).
-Canon Print app(4).
-Google Cloud Print(8).
-Mopria Device Printing(10).
When you need a home office printer that can handle all your work needs from documents, reports, faxing and scanning to your home needs like printing homework assignments, concert tickets and family photos - the PIXMA TR8520 has you covered. With front and rear paper feeding, a 5-Individual Ink System, memory card slot(1), and impressive connectivity options, you’ll be able to handle it all. Print wirelessly(2) from your iPad, computer or smartphone, fax and scan with just a few taps on the 4.3” LCD Touchscreen and even print stunning photos. With the PIXMA TR8520 you’ll see why its the ultimate compact home office printer that’s big on performance.
What’s in the Box:
-PIXMA TR8520 Wireless Home Office All-In-One.
-Printer 4”x6” Photo Paper Sample Pack (3 Sheets of PP-301).
-Full Set of Standard Ink Tanks.
Fax & ADF
With a built in FAX and a 20 SHEET ADF the TR8520 is ready to work whenever you are.
Connect your smartphone, tablet and all your favorite devices with ease.
With a Five Individual ink system, only replace the ink that runs out.
Business Card Printing
Get your company’s name out there with the PIXMA TR8520 Wireless All-in-One Printer.
Print great looking 4” x 6”, 5” X 7” and even 5” x 5” square borderless photos.
The PIXMA TR8520 fits into almost any space and decor with its sleek compact size.
Find & select what you need with an intuitive 4.3” LCD user interface.
Versatile Paper Support
From documents to photos the PIXMA TR8520 has you covered with both Front & Rear Paper Support.
|Canon PIXMA TR8520 Wireless AIO Printer||Canon PIXMA TR7520 Wireless AIO Printer||Canon PIXMA MX922 Wireless AIO Printer|
|Print Features||Print, Copy, Scan and Fax||Print, Copy, Scan and Fax||Print, Copy, Scan and Fax|
|Screen Size||4.3" LCD Touchscreen||3.0" LCD Touchscreen||3.0" LCD|
|Memory Card Support||✓||N/A||N/A|
|Mopria Device Printing||✓||✓||N/A|
|Printer Dimensions||17.3” (W) x 13.8” (D) x 7.5” (H)||17.3” (W) x 13.8” (D) x 7.5” (H)||19.4" (W) x 15.6" (D) x 9.1" (H)|
|Paper Support||4” x 6”, 5” x 5” Square, 5” x 7”, 8” x 10”, Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 Envelopes||4” x 6”, 5” x 5” Square, 5” x 7”, 8” x 10”, Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 Envelopes||4" x 6", 5" x 7", 8" x 10", Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 Envelopes|
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Pros: good price, good print quality. Very easy setup if you're printing over the wireless network. Scanning functionality good.
Cons: I have two major gripes with the design/functionality
1) The front panel/flap has to be left open -- very far open -- for the printer to function. It is such an odd design decision. So a flap is always "sticking out" the front of your printer. It just looks like a mistake.
2) The printer comes delivered with "Auto Print" turned off. What does that mean? Let's say you haven't used the printer in several hours and you decide to print something wirelessly. You can't. You first have to physically walk to the printer and essentially "wake" it up so it's ready to print via wireless. You can change this setting, but not without downloading printer software to your computer and changing the setting. It took me at least two hours to research, figure it out, and fix it. This should be the default setting OR it should be easy to change through the printer control panel.
I have always been a fan of Canon for their photo quality and have been hesitant to stray because of that. I'm glad to report that this one does have the photo quality I need but it also has a lot of features that make it an excellent home printer. I just finished printing over 100 Christmas cards and had it address the (smallish) envelopes. No jams, excellent color, and very fast printing.
The size of the unit is deceptive. It has a small footprint but still does everything an all-in-one should be able to do. I've done a fair amount of scanning using both the feeder and the flatbed and both worked well. The touch screen is much easier to navigate than my old MX870 which was quite confusing. Have not tried to fax yet but I did hook up a phone line.
Here's what I ended up doing. (1) connected to my wifi network using the printer’s control panel. The printer had no issues connecting to my network. I reran the setup software: no luck finding my printer.
(2) I used the printer control panel to check for a firmware update and waited as the firmware was downloaded and installed over my wifi network. Tried the setup again, no dice.
(3) I went to System Preferences, Printers and Scanners on each of my Macs, and the Canon printer was available to be added as an "AirPrint" printer. I added them to each of my Macs and was able to print wirelessly.
I also tried AirPrint from my iPhone, and it had no issues printing.
It’s too soon to tell how I like the printer, but so far it’s working fine.
Update: I've used this printer for 8 months now and have grown to hate it. Apart from being very slow, it is wasting ink. Last week I installed all new XXL cartridges. I then printed about 100 pages of black and white, text-only documents . I checked and double checked that I had specified that the documents were to be printed in black and white, not colour. Today I have a warning message - the blue ink is almost depleted, and the magenta cartridge is also down to about ¼ full. I have printed literally *nothing* using these colours, yet the printer has used up two $25 cartridges. I've had it and am buying a new printer. And it will DEFINITELY not be a Canon!