Canon PIXMA GM4050 overview | TechRadar


Canon has prolonged its cartridge-free inkjet line with two mono MegaTank fashions. The Canon PIXMA GM4050 (opens in new tab) is an A4-sized multifunction printer (opens in new tab) outfitted with a scanner, ADF, Wi-Fi and all the opposite options you would possibly want in a small workplace, besides color. And you’ll have that too should you purchase the non-obligatory tri-colour cartridge.

In essence although, this can be a primary, black and white multifunction system whose headline characteristic is the outstanding web page yield. One bottle of black ink offers you 6,000 printed pages and there are three bottles within the field. Costing round £300 (US$411, AU$538) that makes this inkjet extra economical to purchase and run than most lasers. It appears to be like at first look like this comparatively inexpensive all-in-one system actually does have all of it, however there are a couple of options lacking. We should always most likely warn you from the beginning that it’s not Mac appropriate.

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Design and construct

The Canon PIXMA GM4050 makes an attempt to cover its bulk with curved corners and a reasonably low profile (it’s 23cm excessive), nevertheless it’s nonetheless a substantial lump of black plastic. It’s actually not going to win a Pink Dot design award like its key competitor, the Epson EcoTank ET-M2140 (opens in new tab)

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