The Canon PIXMA G1200 MegaTank InkJet Printer is a small, stand-alone inkjet printer designed for use in small or home offices. The printer is one of Canon’s new MegaTank G-Series printers and is a direct response to Epson EcoTank and Brother INKvestment products designed to reduce ink costs per page. However, as a single-function printer, it doesn’t actually compete directly with any of them. The printer weighs 5.4 x 17.6 x 13 inches (HWD), the tray is off and weighs 9.4 pounds, light and compact enough to be comfortably placed on most desktops. And because the only connection it supports is USB – no Ethernet, no Wi-Fi, no Wi-Fi Direct, no near-field communication (NFC), you need to place it on a desk or near the PC. The paper capacity consists of an inbox that protrudes from the rear of the chassis and holds 100 sheets (or 20 advanced photo sheets), while the out tray is pulled out from the front. It’s worth noting that this Pixma supports a 5 x 5-inch photo format, which is undoubtedly inspired by Instagram. With both trays protruding, the Canon PIXMA G1200 is about half as high and about 8 inches deep. There is no multifunction tray to cover the main input source, but it is easy to remove the media from the tray and reconfigure it. The control panel of the printer consists of two buttons: power and cancellation, and the corresponding status LED. It is unusual for Canon to publish neither the maximum monthly work cycle nor the recommended monthly workload. In addition, printing from a cloud site is not possible without a PC due to a lack of network connectivity, and no flash devices are supported. Set up mainly standard fares. What deviates from the specification is that in addition to filling the reservoir from the bottle, you must also install two print heads on the slider (Canon calls it a cartridge), one for black ink and one for the other three colors. There used to be only two ink cartridges for the Pixmas. It is important to follow this part of the Getting Started Guide. The Canon PIXMA G1200 comes with standard consumer-grade Pixma packages, including My Image Garden and Quick Menu. (The lack of Creative Park Premium, primarily a collection of templates, requires a printer to access the Internet.) My Image Garden is a collection of utilities, such as special effects filters, Canon’s Full HD Movie Prints for printing Canon cameras, and tools for image correction and enhancement. The Quick Menu is a collection of icons that are always online and can be used to access the My Image Garden feature and other Canon options, such as ordering ink.
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