Printer Canon PIXMA MP830-This Canon Pixma MP830 printer is one that is located between the MP500 and MP950 in the Canon Pixma multifunction printer product line. The MP830, more geared towards small business use, provides two main features that are more interesting. Than the Pixma MP830.
The ADF makes it easy to scan, copy and send documents by fax (up to 35 pages), and its duplexing capability makes it unnecessary to manually flip the two-sided paper.
Together with the 150-sheet cassette that is loaded in the front (at the bottom of the unit) and the 150-sheet automatic back sheet supplier, the ADF also allows for higher capacity double-sided copying.
For color faxes, this machine includes 36.6-kbps support plus memory for 250 incoming pages and 100 special speed dial numbers.
MP830 uses a USB 2.0 interface. Although it has a more attractive feature centered on the office, it does not include Ethernet or Wi-Fi networks. Contributing to the ease of use of the model is a central 2.5-inch color LCD that allows you to perform basic image editing tasks through logically arranged menu options. This is the same screen as the MP500; it’s smaller, though, than the stunning 3.6-inch MP950 display, which is more directed at photo enthusiasts.
The MP830 uses a USB 2.0 interface. Despite its office-centric features, it doesn’t include ethernet or Wi-Fi networking. Contributing to the model’s ease of use is a central 2.5-inch color LCD that lets you perform basic image editing tasks through logically laid-out menu options. This is the same screen found on the MP500; it is smaller, though, than the MP950’s stunning 3.6-inch display, which is geared more toward the photo buff.
Built-in media card slots sit behind a hinged door at the lower right of the unit’s front panel. Most digital camera memory card formats are supported, but you’ll need a third-party adapter to read the xD-Picture Card, Memory Stick Duo, and Mini SD Card formats. In addition, a direct-print port on the front allows you to output straight from a PictBridge-compatible camera or DV camcorder.
The MP830 uses black, yellow, magenta, and cyan dye-based ink in addition to pigment black. Each cartridge includes a red LED that flashes when ink is running low, a feature also found on Canon’s Pixma MP500 and MP950. In our tests the MP830 equaled those printers in text output, producing sleek, dark letterforms. Though the unit’s graphics and photo prints featured vibrant color and deep black, we saw some slight banding, and skin tones were a little unnaturally orange.
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