IJ Start Canon Pixma TS7520

by Canon Drivers on November 3, 2019

IJ Start Canon Pixma TS7520

IJ Start Canon Pixma TS7520

IJ Start Canon Pixma TS7520

Canon Pixma TS7520 Series Drivers Support for:

    • Android
    • Mobile
    • Tablets
    • Linux
    • Mac Os X
    • Windows

 

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Canon Pixma TS7520 Series Reviews Printers– The Canon PIXMA TR7520 Wireless Home Office All-in-one printer offers comparable print quality and speed to the editors ‘ Choice Canon PIXMA TR8520. The TR7520 lacks Ethernet connection and the ability to print from SD cards available in TR8520, and has a more modest display.Best for home use-Office usage
Unlike the Canon PIXMA TS9120 and other models in Canon’s home-centered TS series, which lacks fax capability, TR7520 is a four-function all-in-one printer, capable of printing, scanning, copying, and faxing. This matte-black printer has a neat, about basic, design, with rounded corners. It measures a reasonably compact 7.5 by 17.3 by 13.8 inches (HWD) and weighs 17.3 pounds. The front panel, which can be tilted upwards for easy access, includes a 3-inch color touchscreen LCD and several control buttons.

The paper capacity is 200 sheets, divided between a main 100-sheet tray and a rear-100-sheet drawer (which can also fit up to 20 sheets of photo paper), a good capacity for a moderately priced all-in-one. It has an Auto Duplexer for duplex printing. Top is a Letter-sized flatbed scanner plus a 20-sheet (ADF) automatic document feeder to allow you to copy, scan, or fax a bundle of documents unattended, a feature that the TS series models do not have. The ADF and fax capabilities, and the lack of a memory card reader, PEG the TR7520 which is mainly for home-office instead of household use, but it can fill the latter role in a pinch.

Connectivity and mobile printing features
You can connect TR7520 directly to a computer via USB or to a network over Wi-Fi, or print from or scan to a mobile device using the Canon print app (including via a direct Bluetooth connection). It also supports PIXMA Cloud Link, which allows you to access your files directly from a variety of photo-sharing, social networks and storage locations. Unlike TR8520 and TS9120, there is no Ethernet connection. I tested it over a USB connection with the drivers installed on a computer running Windows 10 Professional.

Fixed speed
When printing text only (Word) part of our Business Applications Suite, TR7520 averages 13.4 pages per minute (ppm), and in printing our full Business Suite, which includes PDF, PowerPoint and Excel files in addition to the aforementioned Word documents, it was averaging 4.7 Ppm. These points effectively match those of the Canon TR8520, which we timed at 12.8 ppm and 4.7 ppm, and the Canon TS9120, which we timed at 13.2 ppm and 4.7 ppm, on Word documents and full Suite, respectively. In printing images, we clocked TR7520 an average of 37 seconds per print, a respectable speed.

Strong print Quality
The TR7520 uses six ink tanks, which include both color-and pigment-based black inks (which help it excel in both photo and text printing) in addition to the usual cyan, magenta, and yellow, plus photo blue. Overall print quality, based on my testing, is over par for an inkjet printer, with excellent text, above-par pictures, and slightly above-average graphics. Text output should be good enough for most all companies use, even those that require small fonts.

With graphics, colors were generally well saturated, although some backgrounds seemed a bit faded. The TR7520 did well with thin, colored lines, and differentiate between similar tones. Several backgrounds showed a trace of banding, a regular pattern of stridings. The graphics quality should be good for printing formal reports or PowerPoint audience copies.

Our test photo prints were of very good quality. In a couple of prints, there was a slight loss of detail in some bright areas, and I saw a slight shade on a monochrome print. Otherwise, they had vivid colors and good contrast for which Canon prints are known.

A note about running costs
Canon no longer provides the same type of page-yield estimates for its various ink cartridges that most manufacturers make (a side-return figure for each cartridge); Instead, it gives us two estimates for each cartridge, based on the printing of two specific types of documents: Mixed text and graphics pages and 4-by-6-inch photos. Thus we can not report the traditional monochrome page and color-page running costs for TR7520, we can calculate and report cost of printing mixed text-and-graphics pages (about 16 cents per page) and snapshot size photographs (approx 30 cents per Print). Although this data is more specific than what other manufacturers offer, we cannot compare it with the monochrome and color cost figures derived from third-party data.

A capable home-office all-in-one
A skilled all-in-one intended primarily for home-office use, the Canon PIXMA TR7520 wireless All-in-one inkjet printer offers very good production quality, fast speed, and good paper space. The only Hitch to give it our wholehearted recommendation is the fact that for just $20 more (based on List price), the Canon PIXMA TR8520, our editors ‘ Choice Home-Office All-in-one for low to medium volume use, adds Ethernet connectivity, a place for Memory cards in the SD family and a slightly larger monitor. Most users will appreciate the versatility and convenience that these features add, and will be better with TR8520. But if you don’t need them – most homes and offices have Wi-Fi, and many computers have an SD card slot – there’s no point in paying for them, and thus the TR7520 is a perfectly respectable, and slightly more cost effective choice

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