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Canon Pixma TS3151, TS3100, TS3122 Printer Reviews– The Canon PIXMA TS3151, TS3100, TS3122 is a budget inkjet multifunction peripheral (MFP) for people who don’t print so often. It’s about as no-nonsense as we would expect for the sub-£40 asking price, but it does have support for wireless networks: You connect it and share around all your Home PCs and mobile devices. It is small, light and looks unoffensive, and is available in black (the TS3150) or white (the TS3151).
At the back, there is a simple paper tray, and in the front, there is a similar utilitarian output, which is actually kept everything impressively cleared when printing. When not in use, the rear drawer flips close to act as a lid. Canon has sprinkled a few buttons than we would expect on Top: you get the usual job to cancel and black and mono start buttons, but there are also a few extra to help work with a small, mono LCD screen that shows simple Status messages. In theory, it is a step up of entry-level controls, but in practice we found the extra features largely unfathomable.
Canon PIXMA TS3151, TS3100, TS3122 installation
However, this is a simple MFP to install. Canon’s Setup program can usually detect wireless without any configuration on the part of the user, but if all else fails it falls back to a temporary USB connection to set up wireless access. Unlike more expensive Pixmas, the Canon PIXMA TS3151, TS3100, TS3122 sticks with a black ink cartridge, along with another with cyan, magenta and yellow.
In theory this is more wasteful than having separate cartridges for each color, and in practice, it makes print costs a bit high. Using the XL sizes, we calculated the color component of an A4 page on a not unreasonable 5.4 p, but the black component was an eye-Watering 4.3 p.
Canon PIXMA TS3151, TS3100, TS3122 performance
We do not expect the cheapest devices to be beautiful allrounders, and the Canon PIXMA TS3151, TS3100, TS3122 weakness is the print speed: This peaked at 7.4 pages per minute (ppm) for black text, and dipped as low as 1.6 ppm for color graphics, the Lowest we have included in some time. You need two-and-a-half minutes to print a color photo at the best quality, and you won’t be able to do it on A4; Although the driver you create and send the task to, the printer does not print on A4 photo paper.
At 26 seconds in black and 57 seconds in color, photocopies were not fast either, but scan speeds well compared to even mid-range devices. Connected via USB, it took us only 37 seconds to capture a 6 x 4In photo at 1,200 dots per inch (dpi).
Our scan and photocopy tests exhibited vertical lines in the length of the document, which is not something we have ever seen from a Canon scanner before. Unfortunately, our Review Unit had NAT in transit, and we are convinced that ours was an isolated issue, probably related to that
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