Canon TS9120 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing, with Airprint(TM) and Google Cloud Print compatible, Gold (2231C022)

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  • Inspire your creativity with prints that will impress. From stunning photographs to detailed documents, put the 6-color individual ink system to work and never compromise on speed or quality.
  • Enjoy the simplicity of connecting your smartphone, tablet and all your favorite devices with ease. Print hassle free - whether from the cloud, through Bluetooth, from social media or even on the go.
  • The PIXMA TS9120 Wireless printer is the all-in-one that fits perfectly anywhere in the home, and looks great with any decor thanks to its two-tone design and multiple color options.
  • With intuitive features like the 5.0" LCD touchscreen and enhanced user interface, Bluetooth printing, & document removal reminder, it's clear to see why the PIXMA TS9120 makes printing a breeze.
  • WORKS WITH ALEXA: Ask Alexa to print your shopping list, to-do list, crosswords, coloring pages, and more. To set up, say “Alexa, discover my printer.” Alexa can also detect when ink or toner is running low and orders more when you need it. Save 10% on all ink or toner smart reorders. Restrictions may apply.
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Canon TS9120 Wireless AIO Printer Canon TS8120 Wireless AIO Printer Canont TS6120 Wireless AIO Printer Canon TS5120 Wireless AIO Printer Wireless TS3120 Wireless AIO Printer
Print Features Print, Copy, Scan Print, Copy, Scan Print, Copy, Scan Print, Copy, Scan Print, Copy, Scan
Ink System 6-Color Individual Ink System 6-Color Individual Ink System 5-Color Individual Ink System FINE Hybrid Ink System FINE Hybrid Ink System
LCD Display 5.0" LCD Touchscreen 4.3" LCD Touchscreen 3.0" LCD Touchscreen 2.5" LCD 1.5" LCD
Memory Card Support N/A N/A N/A
Ethernet Connection N/A N/A N/A N/A
Creative Filters N/A N/A N/A N/A
CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc Printing N/A N/A N/A
Business Card Printing N/A N/A
Auto 2-Sided(Duplex) Printing N/A
Bluetooth 4.0 LE N/A

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Color:Gold  |  Style:Printer

The premium results you want, in the size you need. The PIXMA TS9120 is the ultimate all-in-one home printer for all your needs - not only is it compact with its sleek size, but it is designed to deliver exceptional results. This printer can handle it all - from homework assignments, shopping lists, invitations and concert tickets to stunning family photos. Achieve photo lab results thanks to a 6-Color individual ink system with a photo Blue ink for reduced graininess and even add creative Filters to your photos right on the impressive 5.0" LCD touchscreen.

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Color:Gold  |  Style:Printer

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Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2017
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3.0 out of 5 stars It looks like a solid little printer but it has deficiencies
By Hart on November 1, 2017
First thing, out of the box this printer looks great. When I started setting it up the process was extremely easy. The manual is well laid out and easily walks a non-technical individual through the steps that are required. The included CD which contains the required drivers can be used or the manual also provides a link where current versions of both the software and drivers can be downloaded.

The complete process, installing the ink cartridges, software, and drivers took about 20 minutes. Part of this 20 minutes was the printer discovering that it had new firmware available, it downloaded and installed it without a hitch. This is time well spent as once completed, using it as a printer, scanner, or copier operation is smooth. The mobile app (iOS and Android) also works smooth and quick, adding the printer was painless. The whole process was simpler than any printer installation, other than another current Canon printer which uses the same software/app, I’ve done in recent years..

Reproduction quality is excellent, this thing does a beautiful job. It doesn’t matter what I send to it, documents, images, a screen capture of a map or anything else. The software does an excellent job of determining the colour correction needs to provide and great looking print without having to tweak any settings. There is a nice little program that comes with the complete driver/software installation for minor image manipulation that works and is easy to suss out.

Printing out 4x6 images on the provided sample photo paper resulted in very nice prints. The colour depth and finish were excellent. Each print took about 35 seconds so not the fastest, but for a home printer this will suffice for me.

♦ ♦ ♦: I do have one problem that I am unable to get around, the printer will not see any images on an SD card inserted into the reader slot. I’ve tried formatting three different cards each as exFAT, FAT, FAT32, and even NTFS. I’ve put jpeg and tiff (formats shown as supported by the documentation) images on the various cards. then navigate through the screens to where it simply states that “Data of supported types are not saved”. I’ve had it check to see if there's a firmware update but nothing at this time. This is mystifying as all other printers I use including the other current Canon have no issues with the three cards or images that are loaded on them. I don’t use this onboard feature very often as I prefer to use image manipulation software like Photoshop rather than try to use the limited features that are typically found on printers but there are times when I just need to print a snap shot and be done with it. This is a real let down on an otherwise great home printer.

Another negative is the size of colour cartridges. These things are petite. There are six in total which is why the colour reproduction is so vivid and it will also spread the load between 5 (the main black cartridge which is about double the size of the rest, is only used for B&W jobs) whereas a standard printer would use three colour cartridges. I like Canon and their printer products but these ink cartridges could be priced better. They have three size versions, normal, X large, and XX large all within the same physical cartridge. To me this means they just fill them to different levels and then charge according to the amount of ink in each version. Unfortunately, Canon doesn’t yet provide any stats on how many pages a cartridge is good for, not that I could find when searching.

Printing speed isn’t the fastest but more than fast enough for average home use. The double-sided printing feature in this small of a package is nice and works well but again it’s slower when compared to larger machines.
► Where it really suffers a loss of speed is duplex printing, specifically the turnaround time between printing on the back side.
► Once the first page is printed it sits in limbo for 14 seconds before being drawn back in to print page two on the back side.
► Total time to print a two-sided colour document is 46 seconds, a very long period in today’s printer world. This wouldn’t be acceptable in an office.

I was able to fit 75 sheets of standard print/copy paper into the bottom tray or about a dozen in the back mounted pop up feeder that can be used. In both cases adjustments can be made to hold different sizes of regular paper stock, envelopes, or photo paper. Canon doesn't provide any details here, how many sheets either one will hold.

For printing images on photo paper, I found the top feed to be easier for setting up and centring the paper. This feeder this doesn’t work to feed several sheets at one time for scanning, sheets to be scanned need to be placed on the top glass the same as anything to be copied.

Given the shortcomings listed above, especially the SD card reader not working, I’m having a hard time thinking of it as anything over a 3-star printer compared to others in it’s class.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2017
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4.0 out of 5 stars TS9120 vs. TS9020 Print Comparison
By D. Coral on October 7, 2017
This new model TS9120 replaces the dedicated Gray ink tank in the TS9020 with a Photo Blue ink tank. The gray ink tank in the older model is to “stabilize colors so your color prints look true to life” while this newer model uses the blue ink tank “to reduce graininess that can be found in bright colored prints from blues to whites.”

I have both the TS9120 and the TS9020 so I compared the prints side-by-side. Here are a couple photos from both models, with two different kinds of subjects; landscape and a toddler.

The sky in the landscape photo is more true to the original with this TS9120 model. It captures the deep blue and the fine details of the cloud. The sky printed with the TS9020 is a little bit more pale and without as many cloud details.

But the biggest noticeable difference between the two printers is with people portraits. The older model TS9020 has beautiful, true, warm skin tones. This new TS9120 gives the skin tones a slightly bluish tint, for example blue veins in the forehead are more noticeable. I much prefer the older TS9020 with the gray ink tank for pictures of people.

For the overall print quality, I recommend this TS9120 if you take mostly landscape photos, and the TS9020 would be better if you take mostly people photos. You can also calibrate and adjust the color profile in the photo application and in the print settings, but these are the ideal uses for each model based on the default settings.

As far as other features, I wish it had a larger bottom paper tray to hold more sheets. Canon could design the printer to be slightly taller and dramatically increase the paper capacity. Also the flip out screen feels flimsy and bounces/bends like a lever with the slightest touch (whereas the similar kind of rotating display mechanism on my Epson XP-960 feels solid). But I love the compact width and length, and it looks great on the desk!
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Cesar Davalos
1.0 out of 5 stars Tinta muy cara
Reviewed in Mexico on May 26, 2018
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Pam
5.0 out of 5 stars Compra en México
Reviewed in Mexico on February 4, 2019
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Concerned Client
2.0 out of 5 stars Calidad de foto EXCELENTE, impresión dei mágenes MEDIOCRE y cartuchos CAROS
Reviewed in Mexico on February 11, 2019
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FLAVIO SALGUERO FLORES
4.0 out of 5 stars BARATA A LA COMPRA CARA AL USO
Reviewed in Mexico on October 29, 2019
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Lee-Anne MacDonald
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed in the quality of print
Reviewed in Canada on October 19, 2018
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