Canon PIXMA G4610 Megatank Printer
$10 off for every $100 spent on items up to $2000 | Online purchase only
Online only. $10 off every $100 spent on items up to $2000. Excludes: Clearance, gift vouchers, freight, hireage, repairs, donations, phone top-ups, phone cards, prepaid postal, Apple, Chromebooks, Software, all gaming consoles, accessories and games, fotofinish, wsprint, printicular and insurance policies. Not in conjunction with any other offer.
Features & Benefits
- Print (up to A4), copy, scan, fax, WiFi
- Print up to 8.8ppm (mono) and up to 5ppm colour
- 20 Sheet ADF, Borderless printing up to A4
- Pixma Cloud link to print from a smart device
- 2 line LCD screen
- 2 year warranty
- Consumables: Canon GI690
- Dimensions: 455mm (W) x 330mm (D) x 197mm (H). Weight: 7.2kg
- High Ink Yield offers cost saving and the added convenience of not having to regularly purchase ink
- High page yields, up to 6,000 pages B&W, up to 7,000 pages colour
then comes the firmware update over wifi, if you ever get prom to do it, don’t! It is like apple’s battery gate. Once updated, it stop working. Took back for repair and all free under warranty. Now 2 years since I took the printer out of the box. Every update come with the same error code after. And since it is out of warranty now. the cost of repair is almost same as buying a new one. So from my experience with this machine or the trust to cannon printer! Stay away from them at all cost.
Overall, it's a good quality inkjet printer with one of the most economy ink solution. The printer comes with a set of inks and you could print up to 6000 pages without worrying about refill. Perfect for student/home office.
1. Great print quality
2. One of the most economy ink solution
3. Low running cost
4. Comprehensive software/driver - you can set auto start/sleep time and noise level etc.
1. No internal paper feeder - only one paper feeder at the back
2. NO automatic double sided printing - you have to feed the same paper twice if you want print both sides (this annoys me the most).
3. High initial cost - quite expensive compared to other inkjet or laser printers
4. The wireless setup is a bit tricky - the auto WiFi connect from Canon software didn't work for me. I have to connect to my home wireless network manually - no big deal.