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Canon PIXMA TS8054 Drivers Download

Canon PIXMA TS8054 Drivers Download

Canon PIXMA TS8054 Drivers Download

IJ Canon PIXMA TS8054 Setup– Canon’s photographic features include a photo printer as well as a camera. The company’s new Pixma TS series replaces the MG series, but is maintained in a household AIO inkjet printer and serves the same customers. This Canon Pixma TS8054 review looks at a representative model called six-color multifunction printers that print, scan, and copy with a bonus that produces the highest quality photo output in up to 8 × 10 inches. Because there is no home and office automatic Document feeder (ADF) and fax, this omission may not be a significant benefit to your purchase decision.

Features and design

Through the TS series, canon redesigned the exterior of the consumer inkjet model. We know that the taste is subjective, but we find that it is smooth all-in-one (14.7 x 12.8 x 5.6 inches, 15 lbs) with 2-tone, glossy black-and-white exterior (also available in red). Lift the white cap up to indicate the flatbed scanner.

The front panel has a touch-sensitive, easy-to-read 5-inch color LCD. In order to extend the output tray, the panel with the power button for mobile printing and the NFC (Near-field communication) tag (which requires a compatible device centered on Android) is also tilted. A special tray can be accessed so that you can print from the supported optical media (Canon’s software contains a print utility to create an impressive custom CD and DVD label), tilting the panel completely.

Hiding behind those panels is the only SD card slot. You can take the SD card from your digital camera, review the photos on the printer’s LCD and print the photos you want. Although there are multiple slots of various formats before settling into SD, printers only support SD and SDHC (and Mini and micro versions via SD adapters). This type of product shows the type of generic consumer that Canon has in mind for the T s 9020.

The T S 9020 is a 3 function Aio. Since faxes are becoming increasingly important in the home market, we do not see this as a huge loss. For example, if you need a fax at Headquarters, Canon sells 4 function office AIO for maximizing its Pixma MX series and printers. But what we don’t really miss is the ADF, which is useful for scanning or copying multi-page documents. You can use this feature in an office model, but you cannot find a photo printer such as T S 9020.

The thing that makes us feel really awkward is the paper drawer. This is on the bottom of the device. Normally, the default configuration can only accommodate paper sizes up to 8 x 10. Photo paper is Canon’s new 5 x 5 inch square paper. To print on a letter (8.5 x 11) or legal (8.5 x 14) Size paper, you need to expand the tray by pressing the button and pulling away from the end of the drawer. This will cause the drawer to bounce off the edge of the device and Mars with a smooth look.

A small 100-sheet capacity of a paper drawer is also a annoyance and is too common in a home printer. In fact, we were able to load up to 90 pieces. This is probably not a problem for people who print occasionally, but frequent printers are disappointed with their small capacity. Luckily, the T S 9020 is a double-sided printing machine that can be printed automatically on both sides of the page. The rear paper tray makes plain paper on 100 sheets or 20 sheets of photo. Canon has actually brought back the rear paper trays based on customer requests that have been removed from some MG series models.

The connection options are excellent. In addition to USB, Wi-Fi and NFC, the T-9020 also supports wired Ethernet. The AIO also supports a variety of mobile and cloud-based printing platforms such as Apple AirPrint, Canon’s print app (IOS and Android), Google Cloud Print, Mopria Device printing, and Pixma cloud link. T s 9020 is also compatible with wireless PictBridge (a camera offered by many new Canon cameras).

Wireless setup is easy and simple. The prompt allows you to connect the printer to the network and retrieve it from another device. With an IOS device, the printer pops up as an option if both devices are on the same network.

Designed for photo printing, the T S 9020 is a six-color printer that provides photo black and gray inks in addition to standard CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black). This ink cartridge is available in both standard and high-capacity versions. Photo black and grey inks are only used when printing photos. Five of the six inks are dye-based, and the photo black ink is a pigment gauge, indicating more black color. Standard capacity dye inks are 350 pages with average page yield of approximately 13 dollars each, photo black (16 page yield) is 16 dollars, high capacity inks are 20 pages of color printing (700 pages output) and 25 USD photo black printing (500 pages output).

 

Canon PIXMA TS8054 Drivers Download for Windows

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