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IJ Start Canon PIXMA MG8240 Drivers Download– The Canon PIXMA MG8240 is a Premium wireless multifunction with intelligent touch system for simple and fast operation, combined with impressive design, printing and scanner with photographic laboratory quality, with the ability to scan 35 mm film.
The Pixma MG8240 uses Canon’s Intelligent touch system, which consists of a 3.5-inch inclinable color LCD, triggered by contextually illuminated touch controls integrated into the scanner cover. When you need a function, the appropriate touch buttons light up; Otherwise, they remain dark. The system looks great and works fine, but perhaps smarter on such an expensive printer would be a touch front screen, which would allow room for an automatic document feeder for the letter/A4 scanner. One of the main rivals of Pixma MG8240, the Epson Artisan 837, comes with an ADF.
In addition to the lack of an ADF, the Pixma MG8240 paper and media handling features are high-level. The lower cassette contains 150 sheets, as well as the rear vertical feed, which also serves to eliminate the sharp curve of heavy photographic paper. A specially coated CD and DVD printing tray is included; The tray is manually fed into a slot above the output tray. The MFP also comes with a 35 mm film and slide adapter, located on the back of the removable verso on the inside of the scanner cover. In addition, the Pixma MG8240 features front slots for SD and Memory Stick cards, as well as a USB/PictBridge port.
Canon provides all the software needed to print and scan local photos, plus all the latest web and wireless features, including the ability to print and scan from mobile devices via the Easy app PhotoPrint from Canon. The installation, although loaded with dialog boxes, is easy through any supported interface (USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi). The software fully supports the scanning of the printer control Panel for PCs and Macs.
The Pixma MG8240 is fast for a photo printer, processing text pages at 7.9 pages per minute on the PC and 8.2 ppm on the MAC in our tests. Half-page photos printed at about 3 ppm on plain paper and 2 ppm on glossy paper. The full-page photos printed on the MAC took about 2 minutes. Full-page copies required about 15 seconds and scans were equally fast.
The ink costs for the Pixma MG8240 are somewhat costly for photos, and absolutely hostile to the text. The printer uses the US $14 CLI-226 cartridges for the five photo colors (cyan, magenta, yellow, photographic black, and gray) and the US $16 cartridge PGI-225 for black text.
Since this is a photographic printer, we will cover up the fact that the black cartridge lasts only 311 pages-an expensive 5.1 cents per page. The colored cartridges vary in yield, with the three main CMY cartridges lasting approximately 450 pages, and the black and grey photos lasting a little longer. Saving you the math, the pages in four colors cost about 14.2 cents and the photos from 4 to 6 inches cost 23 cents. In comparative terms, the text documents are expensive, while the graphics and photos have average cost.
The output of the Pixma MG8240 is exceptional-with one exception. As with other Canon printers, the plain paper graphics reveal themselves as orange-colored-the faces of all races appear to be spray-tanned. Other than that, even the text of the draft looks great, and in thin mode, the text is almost like a laser. Photos on glossy paper are excellent, looking hot and finely detailed.