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The Canon PIXMA MG7766 that we sent to review, and it sure made some people in the office crazy. “Printer is big, but I want it in black “, they said. Addressing home decorating issues on the side, PIXMA MG7766 is indeed a great printer that can produce amazing quality for photos and color documents.
It is an A4 inkjet printer with flat profile and Footprint that takes about 43x38cm at the table, and there is a flatbed A4 at the top to scan and copy documents. The main paper tray is at the base of the printer and can be loaded from the front, with prints appearing on the front on the output tray right above it. This means that the paper path is curved, but you will not know that from the straight and bent output is received.
Six ink cartridges must be installed before you can start using the printer, and this sits on the print head that moves left to right as the paper roll feed the sheet below. You will not find capillary tube technology on this model. In order to install the cartridges, which include two tanks black, Grey, Cyan, Magenta, and yellow, you have to lift the top panel where the LCD screen is located. This is very easy to do, because the mechanics are smooth and well-designed.
The output tray, too, contains mechanics that feel super smooth when you open and close it, and if you forget to open it before hitting print, the printer will open it yourself. When you close it again, the tray extension will be folded automatically. As far as the relatively inexpensive printer is concerned (although $AU 189 may not be that cheap for printers today), it is a well-constructed machine.
This should not be a problem if you are using Windows 8, because you can only use the ‘ Add printer ‘ feature in Windows and it will install it automatically. However, we tried with a Windows 7 Pro laptop that could not find it this way, and we also could not find the Windows drivers listed on the Canon website.
Because MG7766 is billed as a Cloud printer, we avoid connecting it to our computers directly via USB and instead using Wi-Fi. The process of getting the printer to our network is simple: We search the name of the wireless network, retrieve it, and then enter our password to authenticate the printer. The LCD screen on the printer is a touch screen, and it is easy to type and select something with our index finger.
Once you have a printer connected to your wireless network, you can do so very well as it connects to the Google Cloud Print service. Again, this is a simple thing to do: you enter a set-up procedure for it on a printer, and either print the URL or display a QR code to open the Web address you need to use to authenticate the printer with Google Cloud Print. We print Google Docs via the Chrome browser in no time.
Scanning is not as easy as we thought it would be. After starting the scan through the built-in printer menu, we are only given the option to scan to a PC connected via USB, or to scan to an email. We’re unable to use any of these options, and there’s no option to scan to a computer or device over Wi-Fi. We find it easier to just use the PIXMA app to initiate a scan (up to 300dpi, as a PDF or JPG file) and store it in Google Docs for easy retrieval.
As for quality, PIXMA MG7766 impressed on many fields. The text Output is free of excessive fur and fringing. Meanwhile, the output photo might be more impressive than expected considering the sub-$AU 200 price tag. We scored a series of crisp and very detailed A4 images, without being too sharp or cloudy between colors.
The colors are vibrant, yet not too saturated, and the Greys and black are amazing. In particular, you can print a black-loaded image (such as a band shot) with excellent results. Pure black is deep and consistent, and gradients and blurs are all handled with a subtle touch. We just picked up on some slight appeals when we print the color gradient.
Basically, if you want the printer to produce images 4x6in or A4 your photo, but you do not want to go for the Pro model, then this PIXMA is a good choice. If you want to print a document, it’s okay for it, too, and even supports automatic duplex so you can save a bit on plain A4 paper (great if you are a parent looking for a Back-to-School printer for your child). An 8-page, duplex print from a webpage took 1 minute 40sec in our test. For photos, you can use a Canon luster or photo paper Pro package, which is what we use for our tests. Each photo is printed in 2min 40sec.
The inks supported for this printer are 651, 651XL series for all colors, while the wider 650 or 650XL Black tanks are also supported. The charging for six tanks costs around $AU 138 if you buy the full set of standard models ($AU 23 each), while the XL model will make you return $AU 173 ($AU 28 respectively, except the 650XL black, which costs $AU 33). You can buy the value pack from this ink which costs a little less than the cumulative cost of each tank.
The results will vary, but color inks have the number of sheets declared in the Mid-300s, while the black color has a result expressed more than 1700 sheets. How much you get will depend on what you print, and how often.
Grab this printer if you are after printing high-quality photos, and also if you want a Cloud printer so you can more easily print over the network and from devices. Remember, though, it depends on your computer situation, the driver installation can be a problem. You may have to do a little fiddling in order to set it up; And if you’ve never used Cloud features in a previous printer, there will be a learning curve there as well. If all else fails, you can fall back to the USB connection directly to your desktop computer.
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