Canon PIXMA MX700 is a All-On-One Inkjet Printer features Print Speed (up to) 4″ x 6″ borderless photo: approx. 46 sec.; Print Resolution (Up to) Black:600 x 600 dpi and Color: 4800 x 1200 dpi; Copy Speed (up to) Black: 30 cpm, Color: 20 cpm; Max. Scanner Resolutions Optical:2400 x 4800 dpi; Modem Speed 33.6 Kbps; USB 2.0 Hi-Speed, Card Slots (See Memory Card Support), PictBridge (Cable not included), Ethernet. The Canon PIXMA MX700 measures 18.9″ (W) x 18.3″ (D) x 9.4″ (H) and weighs 22.3 lbs.
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Canon PIXMA MX700 Reviews
Gadgetspeak reviews the Canon PIXMA MX700 and writes;
“Print quality was good in all modes although you might prefer not to use Fast print for important documents. A half-page colour image churned out 5ppm in Fast mode with a slight drop to 4ppm in Standard mode. A full colour A4 size image required 129 seconds when printing on photographic paper using High mode. An A4 colour photocopy was produced in 25 seconds.”
ComputerShopper reviews the Canon PIXMA MX700 and writes;
“Copies at standard quality looked great, with even very small text sharply rendered, and attractive image reproduction in both color and gray scale. Using the automatic feeder, a 20-page document copied in 5 minutes and 8 seconds. Copying single pages, a full-page color copy took 31 seconds, while a monochrome copy took 15 seconds.”
Justechn reviews the Canon PIXMA MX700 and writes;
“Overall the printing, scanning, and copying was good quality and fast. I printed off several pictures that I had and I could definitely tell that they were less quality than a store picture. Printing speeds were fairly fast. The MX700 was able to print about 6 pages a minute in Black and White. Printing photos was a lot slower at about 1 photo every 3 minutes. Scanning was fast with both color and black and white, both had a speed of about 5 pages per minute.”
Techradar reviews the Canon PIXMA MX700 and writes;
“Print quality is up to Canon’s usual high standards. Text is crisp, and photo reproduction, although guilty of Canon’s tendency to over-saturate, is very good. We did notice some occasional banding, and full ink coverage on plain paper does tend to make the sheets a little floppy before they dry properly, but, in general, things are impressive.”
CNET reviews the Canon PIXMA MX700 and writes;
“The color graphics print was also impressive, with great color reproduction, smoothly saturated color blocks, and sharp detail in photo elements. The 4×6 photo also showed sharp details, but had a very faint yellowish cast. Skin tones need more warmth and we noticed a very faint graininess present. You can see it only when looking very closely, but it’s there nonetheless. “
PCWorld reviews the Canon PIXMA MX700 and writes;
“Text looks nicely black. A slight unevenness to the edges makes closely spaced fonts look mushy, though. Color images have an orange cast. On plain paper, this helps enliven the palette; on photo paper, it can be overpowering, especially with flesh tones. Copy samples we made were quite crisp, while scan samples were reasonably (if not perfectly) accurate for color and precision.”
Canon PIXMA MX700 User Reviews
Better than the HP
“This is a great little all-in-one printer. I have a very small office space and it fits perfectly on a lamp table next to my desk. It operates efficiently and, compared the HP in my main office, quietly. It’s not the fastest thing in the world, but speed was not what I was looking for. Printing quality is very good.” – by John D. Longwell
Great all in one
“This unit replaced my fax, photo printer, and scanner, and the document feeder works great for work purposes. The software is very easy to use, much better than the software that came with my old Epson scanner. Love the fax — can just leave my answering machine on, and if a fax comes in, the Canon picks it up.” – by Cheap Charlie
Paper Weight Problem
“I like everything about this printer except for the limitation on the weight of the paper you can use in it. I have never had this problem with other printers. I tried to print on Staples postcard paper that is 170 gsm. It jammed in the printer on the first try. I was able to get it out. I then read in the manual that this printer can not use paper that is more than 28lb or 105gsm unless it is Canon genuine paper.” – by Sandy G. Henning
Great all in one printer
“We’ve had this about a year and still really satisfied with it. For the price range it was in, the value was fantastic.
It was really simple to read instructions, hook up and within minutes software was installed and it was ready to go. I liked that a lot. It’s very frustrating to get some new equipment and have to jump through a bunch of loops first to use it, and that wasn’t the case here. We just use it for basic stuff…copying, faxing, scanning pictures and documents and printing pictures.” – by OlyNomad
“The Pixma MX700 printer is a well built unit that does it all. Most functions are easy to use. If you use only the software that came with the unit to do your printing, everything is easy to figure out. The most commonly used fuctions for printing color photos are there. Printing out of some other software may require a little setup.” – by Steve Simmering
Good all around printer
“I love this printer. It’s very easy to use without a computer using just the display, which is really nice. Everything is fast except start up and the quality is very good. I would recommend this product. “ – by Andrew Simmering
Fantastic home office machine
“Print quality is great. 99% of what I use this printer for is text or text with the occasional graphic for business. Canon has other models more focused on photo quality printing, but I run my photography business through a website that does professional prints for me, so I didn’t need to lay more cash down for printing my own. That being said, the pictures I have printed out are very nice. “ – by B. Hashimoto
Here there every which way
“The Canon was easy to set up. Plug in, inserted disc. All went as it was supposed to. The trickiest part is figuring both front and rear and top paper feeds. It’s a bit more than I need as far as fax goes, (with home use I rarely send faxes, but nice to have capability. But was more interested in printing, documents, drawings,etc., scaning photos, and drawings for projects, plus it accepts memory card from my camera and printing pictures, is great. Did not have problems with cleaning printer heads as others have reported. Love it. “ – by William A. Visscher
Canon PIXMA MX700 Brochure & User Guide
Canon PIXMA MX700 Features
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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