De vez en cuando el bueno de Steve’s Digicams también analiza alguna impresora. Hoy lo hace con la Canon PIXMA MG7520.
Os pongo aquí como resumen las conclusiones y los “pros” y “contras” del análisis.
Photographers who want versatility in their photo printers — whether that’s versatility in the types of files it can print, versatility in the user’s ability to control the prints directly from the printer, or versatility in the types of devices with which the printer can connect — will want to take a long look at the Canon PIXMA MG7520.
Canon’s all-in-one PIXMA MG7520 wireless color photo printer is a sharp looking model that’s easy to set up and use. Its print quality is very good across the board, thanks in large part to the six-ink system, and this model compares favorably to other consumer-level photo printers in terms of image quality. I wouldn’t bother printing your best photos on any setting other than highest quality, as the print quality difference is very noticeable versus the standard quality setting.
- Very good print quality at “best” settings
- Six-ink printing system is especially good for photos
- Numerous connectivity options, including Wi-Fi
- Wi-Fi feature is easy to set up and use
- Dual memory card slots simplify photo printing
- 3.5-inch touch screen LCD is a good size for displaying photos
- Sharp-looking mirror finish
- Dual paper trays for different paper sizes
- Print speeds are a bit slower than other consumer-level printer options
- Cost per printed page is above average with six-ink system
- Photo print quality at “standard” setting could be better
- Starting price near $200 is a little high
- Scan and copy options won’t provide high-end capabilities
- Included image-editing and image-management software is nothing special
- Touch screen could be a little more responsive
Y este es el análisis completo