Canon Pixma Mp640 Printer – A Multifunction Gem.-nrf905

Hardware The MP640’s control panel is situated on the scanner lid. A fold-down flap keeps this safe when it is not being used and the monitor is also housed in it. Some careful thought has gone into the design of the control panel which has easy-to-use buttons, including two that can be used for programming, and a click-wheel for navigating the menu. Below the lid is a standard flatbed scanner and if you lift the whole of this up you get access to the five cartridges. As is more .mon these days the five cartridges include two black (the PGI-520BK and the CLI-521BK), a pigmented one for printing text and a dye-based one for photos and three colours (CLI-521C, CLI-521M and CLI-521Y). It is possible to use .pactFlash, SD, MemoryStick, xD and USB for printing photos with the Canon PIXMA MP640. They are accessed via a hidden panel at the front right of the printer. The MP640’s two 150 page capacity paper trays give plenty of printing options. Either can be used for most printing jobs although Canon re.mends you use the rear tray for photos and the cassette tray for plain paper. It is also possible to print straight onto Cd’s and DVDs using a carrier which slots into the front of the printer. You get a .prehensive selection of software with the Canon PIXMA MP640 together with drivers for Windows and Apple operating systems. To connect the printer to a wireless .work you must begin by logging on to it using WPA or WPS. Having done so the printer will be picked up. A simple operation. The quality of copies of both documents and photos made by the Canon PIXMA MP640 was of a very high standard. Reproduction, both in mono and colour, was well defined and the colouring was faithful. The results with photographs were just as impressive. Pictures were sharp and colours clear and faithful. Prints from the Canon PIXMA MP640 were just as good. Mono prints were rich and well defined and colour documents had plenty of detail. Print speeds were excellent at roughly 13 seconds per page. Double-sided printing brought the speed down to about 3.5 pages per minute. Scanning with the MP640 was just as good with impressively accurate results every time. One slight disappointment is that it is not possible to scan film. The Canon PIXMA MP640 is an excellent PSC machine with no real weak points. Whatever you use it for you will not be disappointed. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: