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Canon PIXMA MP520


$150.00 Released August, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact design takes up very little space on the desk. Setup is very simple, instructions are clear and guide you through everything as you go. Printed photos look as good as they might coming from a print lab.

The PIXMA MP520 is a general purpose all-in-one printer, scanner, copier from Canon. Primarily designed for a small amount of home/home office use due to its slow speed and small ink cartridges, the MP520 features an improved printing system from earlier models, dropping the two cartriage system for a faster, more complex 4-cartridge design.

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With the same improved scanner the MP520 continues to have memory card support with a larger 2.0" LCD display for previewing and selecting photographs to print without the need for a PC. Like the majority of Canon models, the MP520 allows users to print directly from their digital cameras, regardless of brand, without the need for a PC. It also allows for oversized scanning.

Features

  • Connectivity: 1 USB 2.0, Memory card reader
  • Supported paper: Credit Card (2.13" x 3.39"), 4"x 6", 4"x 8", 5"x 7", 8"x 10", Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 envelopes, Photo Stickers
  • Print/copy speed: 30 ppm black / 20 ppm colour
  • Scanner resolution: 2400 x 4800 dpi
  • Included cartridges:  PGI-5 Black,  CLI-8 (Cyan/Magenta/Yellow)
  • Compatible cartidges: PGI-5BK Pigment Black, CLI-8C Cyan, CLI-8M Magenta, CLI-8Y Yellow
  • Compatible memory cards: CompactFlash Card, microSD Card, SD Memory Card, SDHC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard, Microdrive, miniSD Card Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, RS-MMC and xD-Picture Card
  • Energy Star qualified: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 year limited

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    compact design takes up very little space on the desk

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    setup is very simple, instructions are clear and guide you through everything as you go

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    printed photos look as good as they might coming from a print lab

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    feels solid and durable, nothing flexes or creaks

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    prints come out pretty quickly, don't usually have to wait more than a couple of minutes

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    reliable operation, rarely if ever have a print get hung up in the queue

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    doesn't use too much ink per print

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    colors are rendered fairly accurately

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