canon pixma ts6340 картридж
The Canon Pixma TS6320 Wireless All-in-One ($129.99), a direct competitor to the Editors’ Choice Epson Expression Premium XP-7100 Small-in-One, is a photo-centric multifunction printer designed for family and home-office use. Like the XP-7100, the TS6320 is a five-ink machine with excellent print quality; also like most family-oriented photo printers, it’s somewhat expensive to use. Even so, this Pixma is an excellent choice for a den or micro office with moderate document- and photograph-printing needs.
A New Look
The Pixma TS6320, an upgrade to Canon’s TS6220, is one of four recently upgraded TS-series models, which includes the Pixma TS8320 reviewed here a few months ago and the soon-to-be reviewed TS3320 and TS5320. This time around, the TS6320 is available in black, white, or navy blue, instead of just the black or white models offered last year, and this latest version has an all-new look.
While last year’s TS6220 had a 3-inch color LCD control panel and a few supporting buttons that occupied most of the face of the printer, the Pixma TS6320 sports a 1.44-inch OLED screen with an LED status bar designed to make it quicker and easier to navigate and view the printer’s status. The control panel and supporting buttons are all located toward the right side of the printer face, as shown here.
Measuring 5.6 by 14.2 by 14.9 inches (HWD) and weighing 13.9 pounds, the printer is a bit longer and heavier than its predecessor, but significantly smaller and lighter than the Epson XP-7100 mentioned earlier. One reason is that the Epson comes with a 30-page, single-pass auto-duplexing automatic document feeder (ADF) for scanning two-sided multipage documents, while the Canon has only a flatbed scanner that obliges you to put pages on the glass for scanning or copying one at a time.
To get a TS-series Pixma with an ADF, you’ll have to step all the way up to up to the wide-format, six-ink TS9520, or you can go with one of Canon’s more business-centric Pixma TR models, such as the Editors’ Choice TR8520. However, while the TR-series units print decent photos, they are not photo-optimized five- or six-ink AIOs as the TS-series are.