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Canon PIXMA MX7600 Multifunction Printer: A Review

Posted by Videos Gone Viral Friday, December 4, 2009

Author: Daisy Wilson

Space constraints in most offices today have called for office equipment that not only take up the least space, but can also perform multiple functions at the same time. Canon has heared this plea and come up with a wide range of all-in-one devices that make back office functions very easy and convenient to perform. The Canon PIXMA MX7600 is one such device.

The PIXMA MX7600 multifunction printer is an upgraded version of Canon's MX700, which users criticized for not having an autoduplexer and advanced faxing options. The MX7600 not only addresses this issue, but also comes up with more than superb photo printing quality that regular laser printers simply cannot hold a candle to, even if it's an inkjet! That, combined with a sleeker look, has made the MX7600 the device of choice for many offices to date.

- Photo Printing
- Scanning
- Copying
- Faxing

Each box of the PIXMA MX7600 comes complete with the following:
- The PIXMA MX7600 multifunction printer
- 5 cleaning sheets
- 1 Power Cord
- 1 Print Head
- 1 Telephone line cable
- A Document Kit, which contains:
- CD-ROM Setup and User's Guide
- Easy Setup Guide (for the USB and the Device)
- Network Setup Instructions
- Quick Start Guide
- Leopard Setup Instructions
- Ink Tanks
- 1 for PGI-7 (Black)
- 1 for PGI-9 (Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/Clear)

Photo Printer
The maximum color print speed of the MX7600 is 23 pages per minute (ppm).
The maximum mono print speed is 28 ppm.
The maximum photo print speed is 43 seconds.
Using inkjet technology, the PIXMA MX7600 has a maximum print resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi.
This device can read several data storage units, but an adapter is required to read miniSD Card, RS-MMC, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, microSD Card and xD-Picture Card.

Its flatbed scanning function has a scan resolution of 4800 x 9600 dpi for Optical scans, and 19200 x 19200 dpi for Digital scans. It will have to be connected to a PC to function.
It scans in color.

The copier function is the same location as the scanner. For Mono copies, the maximum copy speed is 28 cpm, while the maximum copy speed for Color copies is 23 cpm.
Special copying functions are available, including two-sized, two-on-one, borderless, collated, four-on-one, image repeat, and fade restore. Aside from a fit to page option, you can also magnify copies in 25% to 400% intervals.

The device can fax in color and has a modem speed of 33.6 Kbps.
The Canon PIXMA MX7600 has earned a lot of raves online because it has proven to perform relatively faster than its contemporaries from other brands. What is particularly impressive with this device is its print ability, which technical reviews have found to be clearer, crisper, and a lot faster. Sold at an average retail price of $400, it's definitely a practical and wise buy.

Sources: I. Laws and Order, II. The Car Junky, III. Videos Gone Viral


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