Canon PIXMA MP620 Printer Driver Download
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Canon PIXMA MP620 Manual Download
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Canon PIXMA MP620 Printer Review– The Canon Pixma MP620’s photo-centric features include printing from PictBridge cameras and memory cards, as well as a 2.5-inch color LCD display that lets you preview your photos before printing. It also offers a 300-sheet input bin divided into two trays, so you can flexibly load two types of paper at once and switch between them as needed. In addition to printing, it can scan over the network and perform the functions of a stand-alone copier.
I’ve tested the printer on both Windows XP and Vista, but Canon also comes with Windows 10 and Mac OS 10.3.9 – 10.5.x with drivers and a full set of software. Installation is not difficult, but more inconvenient than it should be. Setting up is standard: unpack the printer, plug it in, turn it on, load paper, and then attach the print head and five ink cartridges (blue, yellow, magenta, photo black toner, and black pigment) to the text.
However, after loading the cartridges, the MP620 differs from normal. Where the vast majority of inkjet streams provide automatic printhead alignment, the MP620 returns to tedious and error-prone manual alignment. The good news is that because the printhead is separate from the ink cartridges, you only need to set up the printer once, not each time you replace the cartridge.
The Canon network setting is completely unique. For most models, replace the printer, plug in the network cable, and let the installer find the printer and install the driver.
After connecting, tell the setup program that you want to use a network connection, then disconnect the USB cable, take the printer to where you really want it, and connect with a network cable if you have a wired connection.
Canon also imposes unusual boundaries. Unlike most printers with Ethernet and Wi-Fi connections, the MP620 forces you to connect to a device. This means that you can’t connect to a wired network, and you can connect with a special connection, such as from your laptop, which you take to and from your workplace every day. (The printer doesn’t actually support special connections.) This isn’t a serious drawback, but it makes the Wi-Fi feature less useful than it can be.
MP620 printing speed wouldn’t be a problem if we didn’t use the MP610 as a benchmark – or if Canon’s history offered faster printers than competitors in general. The aggregation of our business package from 18 minutes to 41 seconds (with QualityLogic hardware and software, available at www.qualitylogic.com) is a decent number, even though it is much slower than the MP610 12:18. Faster than the more expensive Lexmark X7675 Professional at 11:24 p.m., and not much slower than the current HP Officejet J6480 All-In-One, 5:44 p.m. Shooting time is slow, but it is still in the allowable range, averaging 1:49 for 4-6 and 3:31 for 8-10.
Output quality is an economy that the MP620 benefits from. All the photos in our tests not only appreciated the true quality of the photos, but were closer to what you expect from a professional photo lab than a local pharmacy. The only issue I thought was worth mentioning is the small tint of the monochrome test photo, which obviously won’t be a problem if you don’t print black and white photos. Photos must also contain. In my tests, they were fairly waterproof and scratch-resistant, and their stated service life was 300 years for storage in the dark (as in the album), 30 years behind glass or 10 years under the influence of air.
The quality of the text is good enough for most household and business needs. All the fonts in our test suite that you can use for business documents were both easy to read and well-formatted at 8 points, and exceeded the readable threshold by almost 6 points. Quality is a big step in the completely professional look of sharp laser edges, which may be needed for, say, a resume. But if you have an unusual need for small fonts, the text should serve most purposes.
The graphics were good enough for most school and business needs, including output for an important customer or customer. However, like most Canon and AIO printers, full-page graphics make the paper used in our tests wavy. If you need to print relatively large graphics, you need to invest in slightly better (and more expensive) quality paper than plain copy or multipurpose paper.