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Canon Inkjet Printers
Canon inkjet printers are an ideal solution for both home and office use and can print items such as office correspondence, photographs, labels and more in both color and black and white on various types of paper. Ink cartridges for inkjet printers are also readily available and don't take up much room, so it's easy to stock up, and keep plenty on hand for larger print jobs.
What Type of Canon Inkjet Printer Is Best for You?
Inkjet printers from Canon are available in four main types. If you only need to print, a single-function model is the ideal choice. However, if scanning, copying or faxing is a requirement, an all-in-one or multifunction printer is a better choice. An all-in-one printer is not only extremely useful, but it also saves money, as there's no need to purchase a separate device for each function. Many multifunction printers include other features to assist with productivity and workflow.
Users who spend a lot of time on the road may prefer a compact or mobile printer. These lightweight models are small enough to fit in a backpack or laptop bag and usually include features that support PictBridge and cloud printing. Many mobile Canon inkjet printers are designed to print photographs on the go and allow users to print directly from mobile devices and cameras.
Much like compact printers, photo printers are designed to print high-quality photographs. While lacking the flexibility of multifunction models, a Canon inkjet photo printer will quickly print photos in exquisite detail. Many models also boast the ability to print HD movie stills captured with Canon cameras.
Do You Need Duplexing?
Automatic duplexing is a feature that's becoming increasingly popular with users who need to print on both sides of the paper. Instead of the user manually turning the page over, the printer prints on one side first and then pulls the paper back through, flips it automatically and prints on the other side. This helps to save time and increase productivity, as a user can walk away and do something else while the device is printing.
Consider Your Connectivity Options
Most inkjet printers from Canon offer multiple connectivity options. The standard interface is USB, and computers typically have several USB ports. Wireless is another option and is also available with most models. Ethernet is an option on some models, and it's handy in environments that don't use wireless connections for security reasons. Wi-Fi is a popular choice for both home and office networks, and it allows visiting users to access your networked devices easily.
Think About How Much You Print
A printer should be able to hold enough paper to cover daily printing needs to minimize paper loading. Most personal or home printers can hold around 150 sheets while many business printers can hold up to 250 sheets. Some models support multiple paper trays, an ideal option for a busier office. Many printers from Canon feature individual feed trays for printing on specialty paper, making it easy to print legal envelopes, index cards and photographs.