Canon Pixma MX457: A practical must-have [Global Data Point]
(Global Data Point Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) WHEN Canon launched early this year the newest lineup of its Pixma business multifunctional printers, it promised solutions that will attend to common setbacks in printing documents.
One of the new printers in this range is the Pixma MX457, (available at P5,995) and which, perhaps, has the most straightforward functional features in the said line. Elegantly designed in a compact shape with a classic jet-black color, this printer has every bragging right to be on full-front display in any workplace.
The MX457 is set with Canon's distinct full photo-lithography inkjet nozzle engineering technology to produce superior printing quality. It incorporates a four-color hybrid ink system, which includes a separate pigment for black ink for clear text prints, and dye color inks for vivid colored photos.
Replacing ink cartridges is a breeze with the printer's "fastfront' feature, and because it comes integrated with an automatic document feeder, it can load up to 30 sheets of regular A4 paper for printing, scanning or copying in just one go. This integration enables an ISO standard print speed of up to 9.7 ipm mono/5.5 ipm color feature. In 46 seconds, it can also print up to a 4x6-inch borderless photos.
The model features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity with an 802.11b/g/n standard for faster connection. It supports Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print, allowing users for a time-saving experience in printing e-mails, photos, documents, or Web pages directly from their iOS and Android devices without the need to install device drivers.
It is also outfitted for USB 2.0 hi-speed and USB flash memory, and can receive files via Bluetooth.
While the printer remains superior in printing hard copies, its other features don't fall short of functionality.
As a scanner, this model is outfitted with a contact image sensor that enables a scanning resolution of 1,200 dpi. It is equipped as well with an auto document fix function customized for optimizing quality for scanned documents. The printer can then convert scanned documents into PDF files with security passwords, in order to protect important information.
As a fax machine, it further recognizes confidential documents through an optional security feature, as well as a Caller Rejection and Fax Reception Reject function.
Straightforward functions aside, the printer also adds amusement to an office environment through installed programs that can directly edit photographs without the use of photo-editing software.
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