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Canon MG7720 - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives
Of all the MFP (multi-function printing) devices out there, they have one thing in common. They struggle to find a middle ground in terms of size, features, and performance. This is reasonable given that the absolute best printers out there are gargantuan in size and are always used for businesses, we cant shrink the parts enough just yet but were getting there. What about the home? Canon has released its MG7720 to see if compromising on some features (supposedly needed only for businesses) is fair enough to the casual user.
Built specifically for home use, this has a 125-sheet capacity paper tray. A secondary photo paper tray holds an additional 20 pages, which is a bit larger than most home printers out there. It also has auto duplexing and can print on different medium, such as printable CDs and DVDs. While it has no faxing abilities, this really isn't an issue for home users. Its also has no ADF for copying multiple pages so prepare your patience and get to loading the papers yourself. The Pixma has memory card slots for SD cards, including SD, SDHC and SDXC formats, and Sony’s Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick Pro Duo formats. However, it doesn’t have a USB port which is a letdown, but at least they make up for it by giving us several options for connecting all of our other devices. Wired and wireless networking, with Wi-Fi Direct lets you connect to the printer directly. Smartphones and tablets can connect via Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print and Mopria-certified apps. Canon also has its own smartphone app called Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY. And I wont go into much detail about the scan, print, copy, and photo quality because it is simply immaculate and truly art gallery worthy and prints faster than most to boot.
Canon did a fantastic job with this one. By sacrificing some features that were expensive and bulky, they put out one of the best MFPs for home user ever. With a standard, one year warranty and a comfortable $100.00 - $120.00 price range. The photo, scan, print, and copy quality and speed are some of the best I have ever seen. If you don't have a MFP at home yet and will use this casually, I'd say this is the best one out there.
- Prints, Scans, and copies
- High quality output
- Fast photo printing
- No Fax
- No ADF
- Not for business applications
- With Scanner and Copier
- Mobile and Tablet Printing
- Quick and Easy Wireless Setup
- Powerful Printing options
- CD/ DVD Printing
- Air print
Canon MG7720 is a very popular option in the middle of the inkjet printers price range. It's in the top 3 bestselling inkjet printers and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Brother mfc-j4620dw or Canon Pixma iX6820 .
Canon MG7720 was released in 2015. There are dozens of newer inkjet printers on the market. Show newer Inkjet Printers
Canon MG7720 is $1.67 more expensive than the average inkjet printer ($116.26).
- Quick and Easy Wireless Setup
- Mobile Device Printing: Easily print from your iPhone, iPad, Android or tablet
- Powerful Printing options: Air print, Google Cloud Print, NFC, Mopria, Canon PRINT app and more
- CD/ DVD Printing: Enjoy the ability to create CD or DVD labels
- Print with a touch from NFC-enabled mobile devices
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- 15 Watts Active
- Standby 0.9 Watts Standby
- 4 in x 6 in
- 5 in x 7 in
- Plain paper
- Auto Scan Mode19, Push Scan, Network Scan, Wireless Scanning
- Memory card
- USB stick
- Apple mobile device