Hump Day Hardware: Canon MP620 Inkjet Printer

May 6, 2009

One piece of hardware I haven’t discussed much in the blog is printers. For the next several weeks I’m going to do a series of different types of printers. Today, I’ll cover desktop inkjet printers. In future weeks I’ll talk about photo printers, laser printers and wide format printers. If you have a favorite in any of those categories, leave a comment and I’ll give it a look before providing my suggestions.

Over the years I’ve owned inkjet printers from almost all of the major manufacturers. The one I’ve liked the best was from Canon. It is an older model and isn’t available anymore. So I looked at what other companies had as well as the latest Canon model and I really preferred the Canon MP620 Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer.

The latest craze is connecting to printers with a Wi-Fi connection and you’ll find that in this model. Definitely convenient if you don’t want to put the printer right next to a computer. Sure, you can also connect via USB, Ethernet or even Bluetooth. It also has the ability to function as your scanner if you don’t want a separate scanner. It is certainly not the least expensive printer on the market, but it is also far from the most expensive. If you are needing a new printer, give the Canon a look. I think you’ll really like it!

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  1. Dan

    Foster
    At home for my pattern making I use a XEROX 8560N solid ink printer. It does great color for me and supplies do not take up a large amount of space.
    Cheers
    Dan

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