Canon Pixma TS9120 Review - Free Download Driver - YES PRINTER DRIVER

Canon Pixma TS9120 Review - Free Download Driver

- April 10, 2019
Canon Pixma TS9120 Review - Free Download Driver
The flagship model in Canon's Pixma TS-series consumer-grade photograph all-in-one (AIO) inkjet printers, the Canon Pixma TS9120 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One ($199) replaces the Pixma TS9020 we examined earlier this season. Like its sibling, the Canon Pixma TS8020, a top pick, the TS9120 is a six-ink machine designed to print mostly photos, and that it does fairly nicely. However, its outstanding output quality, bigger display, and Ethernet support for only $20 more than the Canon TS8020 makes it well-deserving of our Editors' Choice because of a consumer-grade photo and intermittent record printer for the home and family use.

Part of a current five-model introduction of Canon's TS-series Pixmas, the Canon Pixma TS9120 is readily available in three colors: red, gray, and gold. (Canon sent us the grey model.) Since the highest-priced model in the show, it hence has the many features. Its principal difference in the next model down is that it supports wired networking (Ethernet), also it's a 5-inch color touchscreen control panel, even as well as the (soon-to-be-reviewed) Canon Pixma TS8120's 4.3-inch display.

While the lower models down the series have fewer features than the Canon Pixma TS9120, the principal distinction between the Canon Pixma TS6120 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One is the lower-end model utilizes 5 capsules, instead of six. Both additional inks are pigment black (that is the Canon TS6120's fifth ink) and photograph blue (the TS9120's sixth ink). The first darkens text and makes black areas in photos and images a darker black, black and, in accordance with Canon, the photo-blue ink raises definition (by helping to eliminate graininess) and raises the color array.

Whatever the case, all are small enough to sit easily on all but the smallest desktops.

In terms of paper handling, the Canon Pixma TS9120 comes with two input , one front and one which extends up and out from the back of the staircase. Both drawers hold up to 100 sheets of plain paper or 20 sheets of premium photo paper in the rear tray. The HP 7855 holds up to 125 sheets of paper and 15 sheets of photo paper concurrently.

The spacious and easy-to-use 5-inch touch-screen display, alongside the power button and power status light, includes the entire control panel. Moreover, the Canon Pixma TS9120 supports printing to pre-surfaced CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray disks via a small caddy that slides in just beneath the output, as does its predecessor as well as its TR8520 and TS8120 siblings, but not the HP 7855.


Easy Setup, Wide-Ranging Connectivity
Canon TS-series Pixmas are developed for home-based office and household usage, and so ought to be foolproof to set up. Like most of the other Pixma models I've set up, this one has been a snap. Once you plug it in and turn it well-designed animated presentations show you how you can load both ink cartridges and the paper packs, and the way to connect the AIO for your own wired or wireless system. (It also supports a connection to one PC via USB, but that procedure curtails your cellphone and cloud connectivity choices ).

Whenever possible, for consistency, we examine printers over Ethernet, however using the Canon Pixma TS9120 you also get Wi-Fi and USB, in addition to Bluetooth 4.0. Normally, I would commend the inclusion of Bluetooth, however that appears to be an alternate to (or inexpensive substitute for) the near-field communication (NFC) and also Wi-Fi Direct peer-to-peer wireless procedures most other manufacturers use, which are much quicker and wider ranging than Bluetooth. But then again, most mobile devices now have Wi-Fi, which usually works as good or even better than many other three connection methods.

Along with Bluetooth and SD cards, cellular connectivity also includes: Canon Printing program for accessing cloud sites and print emails; Google Cloud Printing; Mopria; Pixma Cloud Link; My Photograph Garden, a group of image correction (redeye, as an example) and special effects filters; along with Creative Park Premium, a collection of templates.

No Speed Demon
The capability to print (and replicate ) files on consumer-grade photo printers like the Canon Pixma TS9120 and many others is offered more as an afterthought--you can take action if you need to, however doing so frequently becomes an exercise in patience. It printed our 12-page merely formatted Microsoft Word text file at the speed of 13.2ppm, that is 0.3ppm faster than the Canon TS9020 and 0.5ppm quicker than the HP Envy 7855. (Nearly each other consumer-grade photo printer we've tested lately delivered comparable scores.)

As soon as I merged the results in the above monochrome text document evaluation with those who I got when time the Canon Pixma TS9120 because it printed our color Acrobat, Excel, and PowerPoint files containing photographs and graphics, it scored 4.7ppm. Again, that is quite near the times of its competitors. The HP 7855, for instance, printed our whole suite of evaluation documents at an average of 4.6ppm.

Where these photo-centric models do perform well is when printing, nicely, photos. The Canon Pixma TS9120 printed our highly detailed and vibrant 4-by-6-inch snapshots at an average of 32 seconds each, compared with its predecessor's 33 minutes and the HP 7855's 40 minutes.

Output That's Worth The Wait
The Canon Pixma TS9120 may be slowdown, but just about everything it prints and copies looks quite good, especially photographs. But let's begin using text. Characters down to about 6 points or so seemed terrific, and even a number of those cosmetic fonts we analyzed were well-shaped and better-looking than that which we saw with most other inkjet machines. Our business graphics and PowerPoint handouts seemed fantastic, also, with accurate, vivid colors, and hairlines (1 point less) came out easy and well-delineated. However, I did see noticeable banding from the solid-black history on a few of the full-page Excel graphs. I received exactly the same results lately when reviewing Canon's five-ink Pixma TR8520, the flagship model from the provider's new TR-series house office printers. In fact, despite the absence of a photo-blue ink, the TR8520 printed our test photos and other documents quite similarly and at the very same rates because the TS9120.

When there are several competitors that print comparable photographs, Canon's six-ink picture printers churn out impeccably detailed, correctly coloured, and vibrant photos. As far as I could tell (even with the coming of the new photo-blue ink), the overall picture quality itself hasn't actually changed over the past several years, which is probably great, because the only way caliber might go is down.

Superb For Photos
Such as the Canon Pixma TS9020 as well as the lengthy line of six-ink, consumer-grade picture printers before it, the Canon Pixma TS9120 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One is a highly capable photo printer and also only a marginal office AIO, thanks primarily because of its lack of an ADF, sluggish document printing, plus marginally high running costs (all of six-ink printers are more expensive than their four-ink counterparts to utilize ). Should you require comparable photos and that an ADF, take a look at the Canon Pixma TR8520, also for the lowest-cost photographs, HP's Envy Photo 7855, using this organization's Instant Ink subscription, can be a great alternative.

In case the very best possible pictures from a comparatively cheap, consumer-grade printer is what you're after, however, the Canon Pixma TS9120 is the thing to do. It's our latest Editors' Choice for consumer-grade photograph and light-duty home office AIO printer.

OS Compatibility :
Windows: Windows® 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 SP1
Mac: Mac OS® X v10.10.5 - macOS v10.12 (Sierra)
Mobile Operating Systems: iOS®, Android™, Windows 10 Mobile, and Amazon Fire devices

Standard Interface :
Hi-Speed USB
PictBridge (LAN/Wireless LAN)
Wi-Fi® (Wireless LAN, 2.4/5.0 GHz, IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
Memory Card Slot
Bluetooth 4.0 LE (Low Energy)

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