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Wireless All-In-One Small Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing with Air print and Google Cloud Print suitable
- Quick and Easy Wireless Setup
- Mobile Device Printing: Easily print from your iPhone, iPad, Android or tablet
- Powerful Printing options: Air print, Google Cloud Print, NFC, Mopria and the Canon PRINT app
- CD/ DVD Printing: Enjoy the ability to create CD or DVD labels
- Print with a touch from NFC-enabled mobile devices
Overview Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer
Print l Copy l Scan
The PIXMA MG7720 is a Wireless Inkjet All-In-One printer delivering the superior quality you want in a printer with an easy to use 3.5-inch touch screen. It has so many ways to print and is packed with features such as AirPrint(1), Google Cloud Print(2), NFC(3), Mopria(4), and much more. Always be ready to print wirelessly(5) with automatic power on and a self-opening output tray, so you can print from whatever device is most convenient. It’s a perfect wireless(5) all-in-one printer that is easy to use and produces superior quality in photos and documents.
Simple Wifi Setup Connection
In just a few clicks, the printer will easily connect to your wireless access point.
Built-in wireless features allow for easy printing from almost anywhere in your home.
Easily print or scan important documents and images from your smartphone or tablet.
New Genuine Canon Ink
New Canon Ink creates incredible blacks and reds in photos, smudge-resistant professional quality prints for sharing with friends and family.
DIY Wooden Photo Display
Printed photos and a little DIY magic are all you need to turn scrap-wood into a beautiful and simple photo display. Use your PIXMA MG7720 printer to print out your favorite memories to create this project as a gorgeous addition to your home OR as the perfect gift.
Customer review of Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer
It takes a seriously fantastic or horrendously putrid product/service for me to spend time to write a review. After many years of cringing at the register every time I bought an ink cartridge for my old HP printer, I finally decided to switch printer brands. So, after reading a few websites about which printer prints reasonably well for a lower cost in ink, Canon was always one of the top choices.
I plop on Amazon to see what they have for Canon printers completely expecting to pay $250-$300 and the first printer I come upon was this same model but last years version at $145. Amazed at the low cost of the printer itself, I then went to the Canon website to see if there was a model with a few more options that would benefit me now that I have already assumed I would be paying $250 to $300. I found this model which was one year newer and if I remember right, had very little difference than last years. I think it held more paper and something else I can not remember, sorry. So, I go back to Amazon with the newer model number and it was only $10 more for the newer version. I read a few of the reviews here on this printer then read a few reviews on the web and was sold within 30 minutes of reading. I then went to hunt the ink down and found that the 4 pack of ink was the same cost of one low capacity HP cartridge. Again, I was sold.
I get the printer delivered, and for grins, I went outside and took a photo with my phone of my Mustang GT in full sunlight. Came inside, installed the app to print to the printer from my phone using the glossy photo paper I had bought before the printer arrived. As it is printing, I am expecting a mediocre at best photo to be expelled from the printer. Let me tell you, the photo that came out of that $155 printer was sickeningly beautiful. It showed the shine of my car like I had never expected. The reflection of the spotted Northwest clouds in the sky darn near looked like they were painted on my hood. I only wish I could show that photo here in all of its glory. Everyone would buy this printer. If I were to have that photo printed out at a photo shop, I highly doubt anyone would be able to tell the difference.
I have had this printer for almost two months now and I am still on the original 6 ink cartridges it came with. Now, mind you, I print everything now knowing how inexpensive each print is now costing me and I have two school age children who both print things for school at least once weekly. This printer does have 6 ink cartridges. You only replace the cartridge that is out of ink. Not the entire thing like for an HP.
The only drawback I see is the small amount of paper it holds. Very very small drawback. Reloading paper takes about 10 seconds. Plus, IMO, I would rather the low profile of the printer opposed to a 200 page paper receiver.
You will not regret owning this printer.
1. Inexpensive unit
2. Inexpensive Ink
3. Amazing photo quality printing
4. Great longevity of ink cartridges
5. Very easy setup to LAN/WAN, phones, tablets, etc. (To print from a phone or tablet you need to download the app from the app store)
1. Small capacity paper/photo paper tray. (We all can afford the time to refill the darn paper tray)