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Canon 8746B008AA PIXMA iP8750 A3+ Wi-Fi Photo Printer,Black

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Canon 8746B008AA PIXMA iP8750 A3+ Wi-Fi Photo Printer,Black
Canon 8746B008AA PIXMA iP8750 A3+ Wi-Fi Photo Printer,Black

Description

  • Premium A3+ printer with wireless connectivity forphoto enthusiasts
  • 6-colour system includes grey ink for exceptional colourand mono prints
  • Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print and WirelessPictBridge support
  • Superfast 10.4 ipm for A4 colour document print. Photo-lab quality 10x15cm borderless photo inapprox. 36 seconds
  • Supported operating systems are windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, vista ap1 and ssp2, xp sp3 32 bit and mac os x v10.6.8 or later

Additional information

Specification: Canon 8746B008AA PIXMA iP8750 A3+ Wi-Fi Photo Printer,Black

General
Brand

‎Canon

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎59 x 33.1 x 15.9 cm, 8.5 Kilograms

Item model number

‎2421F67

Manufacturer

Series

‎8746B008AA

Color

Form Factor

‎Print Only

Connectivity Type

‎Yes

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎1

Wattage

‎23 watts

Power Source

‎Mains

Hardware Platform

‎Smartphone

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎8.5 kg

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Canon 8746B008AA PIXMA iP8750 A3+ Wi-Fi Photo Printer,Black

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  1. Jay W

    I bought this to replace my truly excellent Epson Stylus 1290 A3+ photo printer, which sadly died after many years of sterling service. I was quite shocked to see just how large a footprint this Canon has in comparison! It’s quite a beast. I’m going to have to find a new home for it, because it isn’t going to fit under my computer desk where the Epson lived!

    I was also dismayed to find that the very basics were absent from the box. Seriously… NO POWER CORD?! Nor a USB cable for setup. I know it’s not an expensive printer but for the pennies this would cost them, it’s disappointing to cut corners like this. The setup instructions are awful. A bunch of meaningless pictures with literally no words. Fortunately, it’s not that difficult to do.

    I was generally pleased with the overall quality of the few test prints I’ve done so far, although true colour matching has proved to be difficult so far, and for a four year old printer, there seems to be precious few useful ICC profiles out…

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  2. VC

    I can’t even begin to say just how disappointed I am with this printer and the customer service. It took a long time to set up because the visuals aren’t very clear and of course, when you really need a manual, you don’t get one. All my prints came out too dark and with a strong colour cast of magenta. Even a photo that was entirely black and white came out reddish (I’ve included a snapshot). The iPhone app was fairly easy to use but the software was marked as needing an update when I tried installing it on my iMac. It consequently didn’t work – the appliances did communicate but the paper was simply spat out. I had to send my photos to my iPhone. I contacted Canon customer support and waited two days. They told me to send them an NCP. This whole system with pressing the buttons so long to get so many flashes for whatever it is you want to do is incredibly irritating and surprisingly difficult. I managed in the end. So I waited another three days only to be told that the router was…

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  3. M. Hadfield

    I hadn’t planned on buying a photo printer, all I needed was an inexpensive printer for printing bits and pieces. But when I started doing my research I found a disappointingly high percentage of negative reviews on printers in the price range that interested me. I rapidly found myself in the territory of photo printers before the proportion of good to bad reviews suggested I was unlikely to be wasting my money. I’m a keen photographer, and since the arrival of digital I’ve created very few prints and so the family albums have, sadly, disappeared. Maybe it’s time to get back to printing, I thought.

    I ended up with a short list of two Canons, one more than double the price of the other. I ended up plumping for this Canon printer. Not because of the price, but because of the size and weight of the Pro – 10S. The reviews also suggested that the picture quality of the iP8750 was as good as or better than its more expensive cousin.

    It’s an A3+ printer so it takes up a fair bit of space….

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  4. Chris

    Was originally very disappointed with the A3 photo prints I was getting. Loaded the Canon software onto my computer but used Windows 10 Photos to print my images. Big mistake! All prints had a band about 1/4 inch wide on the right hand side which marred the print. Had instigated returning the printer but tried opening the photo in Serif Photo Plus X5 and Adobe Photoshop and the prints were excellent. Have now cancelled returning the printer, printed out lots more photos, which are excellent (pin sharp) and have ordered more A3 paper to have more fun. This is a quality printer and I’m going to have a lot of enjoyment using it. Not sure how cheap it is to run per print but I’m after easy pin sharp prints and so far could not be happier.

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