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Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing, with Airprint(TM) and Google Cloud Print compatible, Gold Reviewed by Mikerose23 on Nov 15 . Rating: 4 Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing, with Airprint(TM) and Google Cloud Print compatible, Gold Wireless All-In-One Small Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing with Air print and Google Cloud Print compatible Quick and Easy Wireless Setup Mobile Device Printing: Easily print from your iPhone, iPad, […]

Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing, with Airprint(TM) and Google Cloud Print compatible, Gold


Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing, with Airprint(TM)  and Google Cloud Print compatible, Gold


Wireless All-In-One Small Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing with Air print and Google Cloud Print compatible

  • 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, Canon PRINT app and more
  • CD/ DVD Printing: Enjoy the ability to create CD or DVD labels
  • Print with a touch from NFC-enabled mobile devices



What customers say about Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing, with Airprint(TM) and Google Cloud Print compatible, Gold?

  • 36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    -Plain paper printing is very easy. It defaults to double-sided printing, September 14, 2015
    By 
    J. Lewis (Lake Oswego, OR United States) –

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    This is a new printer to the Canon line, and I have used it about a week. Here are some quick impressions:

    -Setup is relatively straightforward. To wet up wirelessly, you must alternative between the printer’s control panel and whatever device (computer, tablet) you’re using to set it up. Some of the responses take awhile, leaving you uncertain where you are in the process. In the end, though, setup worked and any device logged on to our home network can use it.
    -Plain paper printing is very easy. It defaults to double-sided printing, which is a big plus. Our IMac had no trouble interacting with it to get the kind of printing I needed. ***UPDATE: Under OS X El Capitan, be certain you wait when adding the printer and select the “Canon IG Network” driver, nor the “Bonjour.” The latter does not support double-sided printing. Canon tech support spent a great deal of time with me helping to figure this out.***
    -Photo prints are great. I’ve printed from Lightroom, Photoshop, and directly from an IPhone. All operations were relatively easy (Lightroom’s a bit kludgy, but that’s Lightroom, not the Canon printer), and the prints are sharp and great.
    -Canon inks are very messy, unlike the more closed cartridges from Epson. Be very careful or you’ll have ink all over the place.
    -Because this is a new product (I’m posting on 9/14/2015), replacement ink cartridges are available only from Canon. No store has them in stock. They’re backordered at Amazon. I’m sure this will change, but those contemplating a purchase might want to wait a few weeks until supplies become more readily available.

    All in all, this appears to be a great replacement for our Epson Artisan 810. I’ll update as I get more experience with it, but I’m very happy with it so far.

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  • 20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pros and Cons of the Canon PIXMA MG7720, Suggestions for saving money on ink, November 1, 2015
    By 
    Neil Isenberg
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    Canon PIXMA MG7720 Black/White/Gold/Red Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner and Copier

    OVERVIEW:
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    This is the new top-of-the-line for the Canon MG PIXMA line with a lot of bang for the buck. This is the Fall 2015 replacement for the MG7520 (which was the Fall 2014 replacement for the MG7120).

    This model will get you the BEST QUALITY PHOTOS from Canon without jumping into their PRO-1/PRO-10/PRO-100 models, whilst giving very strong text performance for an inkjet.

    Compared to the MG7520 that it is replacing, the MG7720 has:

    (1) New INKS (PGI-270, CLI-271) including a DARKER BLACK and a DEEPER (aka brighter/”redder”) RED (magenta). For art, logos, decorative text, etc. the red will be BRIGHTER, more vivid. This ink’s red is an effort to bring some of the photo magenta ink benefits from the PRO series to the single red cartridge. The red in a photo of a flag is more colorful, a bit less dull, for example.

    (2) MOPRIA for android 4.4+ devices to greatly improve printing web pages from cell phones and tablets (you can print from Apple mobile devices (iOS), too, of course, however this improvement is only relevant to android devices)

    (3) The NFC-enabled direct printing from cell phone or tablet now works at slightly greater distance (inches) and more reliably

    The other 2 new MG PIXMA printers MG6820 and MG5720, though slower and lower resolution with photos and less features than the MG7720, the photo quality, photo speed, and value are excellent for THE PRICE RANGE. However, I suggest spending a bit more to get the MG7720 (or its predecessor MG7520). It is the only one of the 3 new MG models with ETHERNET, the GRAY color, a paper cassette TRAY to keep paper flat and covered, CD/DVD printing, 110% faster photos, and 9600×2400 dpi color.

    Note that if you also need ADF (automatic document feeder) or built-in fax look at the MX printers instead of the MG ones among the Canon models.

    Note that some commenters said the printer shakes a lot. I tried text, photos, and pdfs at various quality settings and couldn’t make it shake much. So if you get one that does, just exchange it they aren’t supposed to.

    PROS:
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    (1) EXCELLENT PHOTO PRINTING. Photo printing, the bread and butter of the Canon PIXMA lines, is reviewed by reputable review publications as having great quality and speed for the price point, and the MG7720/MG7520 offer the best of the MG models with 1 picoliter color dot accuracy offering very high color resolution and the extra gray color. More on the higher resolution and the gray below.

    (2) Has one more color, GRAY, than the other new MG6820 and MG5720 models have. GRAY is for improved black and white results and to better darken colors to get to a particular tone. Its predecessors MG7520/7120/MG6320/MG6220 also have gray.

    Gray helps make more accurate SKIN TONE when it combines with red and helps with reflections when combined with black. It is up to the application doing the printing as to whether Gray is used. If you want to test the use of Gray and thus want to guarantee it uses Gray when beneficial, use the Canon utility for the test printing.

    (3) Has an ETHERNET connection, allowing a solid, simple shared/network wired connection that stays up even when computers are down. Its predecessors MG7520/MG7120/MG6320/MG6220 have it too. Other MG models like the other new MG printers, the MG6820 and MG5720, do not.

    (4) Has a CASSETTE TRAY keeping the paper flat and 125 sheets at 20# (not tested) or 80 sheets of the popular 24# (tested). The new MG6820 and MG5720 (and their predecessors MG6620/MG5620) do not, limiting them to 100 20# sheets. While keeping the paper flat may not technically matter, most folks will prefer the MG7720 (and its predecessors MG7520/MG7120) classic cassette design over bending the paper stack up when closing the printer, leaving the paper uncovered to collect dust, or putting the paper in each time it is needed.

    (5) Is one of the few ink jet printers out there available in WHITE (as well as BLACK, red, and gold). The MG6320 just a few years ago started the white model option and it was a hit. This years white model is a little different in that the insides that show when the output tray comes down is white, as well (instead of black).

    (6) Has a handy separate 4″x6″ and 5″x7″ PHOTO PAPER DRAWER at the front (like its predecessors MG7520/MG7120). So no more having to switch paper back and forth nor leaving photo paper in the main tray. The other new MG series printers MG6820 and MG5720 (or their predecessors MG6620/MG5620) do not have this separate drawer.

    (7) ATTRACTIVE and FAIRLY COMPACT. The new MG series models (MG7720, MG6820, MG5720) and most of those built in the last few years (MG7520, MG7120,…

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  • 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    SPEEDY, QUIET, highest quality photo prints., October 10, 2015
    By 
    Bugman (Lewes, DE United States) –

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    SETUP:
    REALLY REALLY Easy, about 20 minutes total, reading VERY slowly and carefully the quickstart guide and just following simple instructions to set it up wirelessly to my home router. A HUGE improvement over prior Canon and HP printers I’ve had in the past. Really requires no configuration by you – you dodwnload a small application file from the Canon web site (instructions are in the quickstart guide that comes with the printer), and it walks you through every step with pictures of what buttons to press and what to click on – really could not be more simple and clear. You do NOT have to connect this by USB first, so there is no reason for you to buy a USB printer cable (unlike many other printers that require one for setup).

    APPEARANCE , FUNCTION – great – see pictures. small and beautiful. Sure the glossy finish can get fingerprints – but who can see them on a black device?

    LED touchscreen – bright and clear, perfectly sensitive – never misses a touch command. Well worth it to pay the extra $$$ and have a BIG 3.5″ diagonal screen, rather than earlier models with smaller or B/W screens. Touchscreen controls – great! My 11 yr old daughter, while I was not home, just walked up to it and made copies for herself without any instructions at all.

    Scan quality – High quality, just what I would expect. No criticisms. Takes about 15 seconds to scan a photo – another 45 seconds for it to load up on the computer screen for editing.

    STABLE: cannot agree with another review – my printer does not shake or rock at all – suspect any shaking for other people would be due to whatever they have it mounted on. Mine is really quiet and stable.

    VERY QUIET! seriously can barely hear it even when printing a photo and I am right next to it. It also has a quiet setting you can enable, but which I have had no need for. Nice to know it’s there if you wanted it – but no need for me to make it more quiet than it already is.

    SPEEDY – There can be no criticisms here. This is GREAT compared to all my prior inkjet printers in the past 20 years – I’ve had about 5 prior printers, and this is wayyy faster than any of them, including the Canon Pixma MP980. Here are my results:

    Time to print high quality photo borderless 4×6″ glossy from Android phone app, wirelessly – by NFC contact : 60 seconds
    Time to print high quality photo borderless 4×6″ glossy, by Android wirelessly, (through network, without NFC) : 40 seconds
    high quality print 4×6″ glossy print, from PC, using FastStone Image viewer : 52 seconds
    Text printing: full page black text, standard print settings: normal 8.5″ x 11″ page: 6.8 seconds (yes, less than 10 seconds:

    All those times are measured from the time you hit the ENTER key, not the time the printer actually starts printing.

    HIGHEST QUALITY PHOTO PRINTS: the real reason I bought this.
    You could not ask more for quality prints. These are perfect, the same as would have been printed by a photo lab, when using high quality settings, and Canon OEM inks, Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy II. Although I was also very happy with my prior Canon MP980, this is even better in quality.

    SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS:
    Improved Canon scanning, driver, and photo print applications make it easy for you to make a greeting card, print your photos, or scan documents, including making a multi-page PDF from several pages of scanned documents. One click and it gets done. Very big improvement compared to older Canon software.

    If you like to print from Photoshop or Lightroom, you’ll like the ICC printer profiles that are installed with the print driver. There is both a quality 2 and quality 3 level profile included for my favorite paper, photo paper glossy II.

    AUTO ON/OFF – REALLY NICE FEATURE
    you can change this yourself – I have it set to shut itself off after 1/2 hr automatically, but it WILL turn itself on as soon as a scan command comes from my phone or any computer in the house – means that when the printer has been OFF all night, you’re upstairs and want to print something, just do it – the printer 70 feet away, downstairs will turn itself on and print without errors. That is really amazing.

    CONNECTIVITY: have had no problems with the printer dropping signals. Have only had the printer 4 weeks, but have used it extensively from multiple computers on my home network, from tablet PC and from Android cell phone throughout the house. This includes printing by accessing the home network from more than 70′ away from a powerline network access point. Have never had it drop a signal.

    PAPER FLOW /CAPACITY:
    Two trays are present. In tray 1, I put 25 pages of photo paper 4×6″ – runs perfectly. Canon says it holds only 20 sheets, but I’ve had no problems with 25. Might even hold more but haven’t tried it. This is nice…

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