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IJ Start Canon PIXMA MG7750 Drivers Download– The Canon Pixma MG6650 impressed us so much that it assured our A-List stamp when we reviewed it recently, so the more expensive Pixma MG7750 has a rude act.
What’s the difference between them? Physically, not much. The MG7750 shares the unpretentiousness of its configuration and the sting black body. Indeed, it is almost identical to the MG6650 with the exception of several flavors, including a slightly more compact chassis and the use of glossy plastics, rather than matte.
The MG7750 also has a slightly larger and more responsive touch screen than its cheap peer-to-peer, which makes navigating options and setting up Wi-Fi connections very easy.
Pay attention to the technical characteristics, and you will be forgiven that you have not seen anything. Look, however, and you will find that the main difference is a more refined ink engine with six MG7750 tanks, which adds a list of five colors MG6650 to the gray color.
The high resolution is also higher – 9,600 x 2400 dpi compared to 4,800 x 1200 dpi, and you also get a scanner with a higher specification, with a maximum resolution of 2400 x 4,800ppi optical scanning compared to 1200 x 2400ppi MG6650
Canon makes a lot of noise with the MG7750’s photo printing capabilities, and after printing 6×4-inch photos and A4-sized color images, it’s clear they have no reason to. The MG6650 is an excellent photo printer that produces warm colors and natural skin tones, but the MG7750 sounds good.
The rich, rich colors and sharp details here are plentiful, but we were really taken with an impressive lack of graininess. In color blocks, such as leather and blue sky, the extra resolution of the MG7750 really pays dividends. And, despite the extra quality, the slight difference in speed, the MG7750 provides 6 x 4-inch prints for better quality every 50 seconds and MG6650 for 52 seconds.
The scanning and copying speed of the MG7750 is also good. He worked out a photo of 6 x 4in 600ppi in 16 seconds and copied the same image in 53 seconds, and copies of our mono and color documents of A4 format were delivered in 16 and 25 seconds, respectively. As expected, the quality of the photos was slightly damaged in the copy; the print, which showed some grains and colors, was a little blurred, but the quality of the image was sharper than we expected, and we did not notice any accretion accustomed to seeing the copied imprints of the photographs.
Standard print documents showed that the MG7750 performs almost identical clip to the MG6650: mono and color output of documents at a speed of 13.9 and 10.1 ppm respectively, with the print MG6650 with a resolution of 13.3 and 9.3 mm.
Job costs are also similar to documents, but the touch is more expensive for photo printing thanks to additional gray inks. In order to minimize operating costs, we recommend investing in a XL type cartridge, rather than at the surface of cheaper standard tanks, as saving more in the long run. We calculated the operating costs of 2.4p for mono printers and 8.1p for color; Using standard tanks is almost twice the price of 4p and 17p.
From the point of view of physical connections, printers are very similar again: the MG7750 shares USB2, 802.11n Wi-Fi and a MG6650 card reader, as well as the Pixma Printing Solutions application, which allows for wireless printing on Android or iOS. Unlike the MG6650, the MG7750 also has a 10/100 Ethernet port for wired networks.
In general, the Canon Pixma MG7750 is a fantastic printer for those who are seriously interested in photography. It delivers excellent print quality photos at a reasonable price, and it’s fast enough. However, it’s a lot more expensive than the MG6650, so if you are not worried that, after all, a very small difference in quality, you will be better served by the MG6650.