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The Pixma TS lineup currently includes slightly less than 10 models, of which the TS3300 is the simplest of all and the Pixma TS9521c multifunctional flagship of choice for widescreen editors. The second is, of course, the fastest print speed, an automatic document feeder (ADF) for sending multi-page documents to the scanner, and four standard main process colors (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black). Like the TS9521c, the midrange Canon TS6320 and TS9520 add a Black Photo cartridge and a CMYK quad to darken text in photos and enrich black areas. Two high-end Pixmas, TS8320 and TS9120, come with Photo Blue, a sixth ink that expands the printer’s color gamut to expand areas such as sky and water.
Under the stairs, the TS3300 tested here and its TS5320 sibling only use two cartridges, one with black ink and the other, cyan, magenta and yellow. The main disadvantage of this 4-in-2 cartridge system, also seen on several other low-cost all-in-ones from HP and Canon, is that when any of the three chambers are empty, you have to replace them all. hopper, ink waste and increased uptime. costs.
As mentioned, the features of this printer family differ greatly from the TS9521c, which only offers the wide-format TS9520 and ADF. Only TS9 series models support wired Ethernet and higher paper handling capacities such as two 100-sheet trays compared to a TS3300 60-sheet tray that is removed and loaded from the back of the product.
The TS3300 Paper Tray can also be configured to hold up to 20 sheets of 4 “x 6” photo paper or up to 10 sheets of 5 “x 7” photo paper; this is almost identical to some of the other models mentioned here. However, this Pixma does not support photo paper larger than 5 “x 7”; You cannot print borderless 8 “x 10” pictures, much less than large ones.
Other limitations of the TS3300 are the lack of automatic two-sided printing support and is limited to only 20 copies per job. Additionally, while some high-end Pixma TS models print from various sized SD cards, which are the memory devices of choice for most digital cameras, the TS3300 does not.
The advantage of this simplified feature set is that you have a smaller and lighter machine. The TS3300 measures 5.8 x 17.2 x 12.5 inches (HWD) and is light at 8.5 pounds, takes up little space and is easy to transport. It’s the same size and heavier (and soon to be reviewed) Pixma TS5320 as its predecessor, and more compact than the DeskJet 3755, which comes with a sheet-fed scanner instead of a flatbed.
Positioned the same way, the Epson Expression Premium is slightly smaller and lighter than the XP-5100 Small-in-One, but the latter holds twice as much paper and offers a few other features such as SD card support and four cartridges instead of two. …
Unlike most of the more expensive consumer photo AIOs, one of these Canon’s price concessions is that the control panel consists of a 1.5-inch LCD that is controlled by a series of buttons and function keys instead of a touchscreen.
In terms of monthly print volume ratings, Canon does not publish recommended volumes or maximum duty cycles for these low cost machines. Several factors – print speed, input paper volume, ink cartridge yield, lack of duplex support, and high operating costs (more on those in a short time) – suffice to say that the TS3300 does an average job. If you’re producing 50 to 100 documents or photos each month, you should check out the TS product line.
Communication consists mainly of options that allow you and your family to quickly and easily connect your computers and portable devices. Standard interfaces include USB 2.0, 802.11b / g / n Wi-Fi or Wireless PictBridge for printing from select Canon digital and camcorders.
Other mobile access options include printing directly from the TS3300 to the TS3300 through most apps on most Android and Apple mobile devices, including Apple AirPrint for iPhone or iPad, Mopria for Android devices, Google Cloud Print and popular cloud sites and Canon iPrint scanning app. … increased with the help of the Pixma Cloud Link service.
Mobile device connection (mobile.jpg): Between Canon apps and third-party apps and services, you have no problem printing and scanning from your mobile phone.
Although Canon’s software suite is sparse, it is quite useful, especially for beginners. In addition to the printer / scanner driver, you get Scan Utility (Windows and Mac), Scan Utility Lite (Mac) and Easy PhotoPrint Editor for editing and printing photos from the most common platforms. The Print Message utility lets you add messages, links, videos, and more to your printed photos that friends and family can scan with their mobile device cameras to display or play back.
Slowly and methodically
The TS3300 isn’t the slowest printer on the market, but it comes close. Canon rates this all-in-one at 7.7 pages per minute (ppm). At just 5.5 ppm, the HP 3755 has a lower rating. When printing our 12-page monochrome lightly formatted Microsoft Word document, Pixma managed 6.3 ppm, which is 2 ppm faster than the DeskJet and 1.5 ppm faster. Faster than the old TS3120. However, the TS3300 lagged behind the Epson XP-5100 by about 7.5 ppm. The Canon Pixma G6020 MegaTank All-in-One, one of the company’s models that takes ink from economy bottles instead of cartridges, is 6.4 ppm faster than the TS3300.
When I combined the results from the Word file with the results from our more complex color, graphics, and photo PowerPoint, Excel and Acrobat documents, the TS3300 score dropped to 2.2ppm, or roughly 1 page every 30 seconds. Here again, only HP outperformed 3755 (1.4ppm) but did not surpass the comparable 5ppm for AIO (the 2017 Canon Pixma TS5020 and TS6120 showed around 4.7ppm).
However, if they are not suitable for printing documents quickly, most of these devices are great for printing 4-in-6 (and 5-in-7) pictures. For our 4 “x 6” test photos, the TS3300’s average print time of 1 minute and 1 second is unremarkable, but less than a minute when set to high or best quality with the driver is usually pretty good.
Print quality: worth the wait
As I talked about the TS3120 two years ago, a four-ink consumer printer cannot be expected to produce content that looks better than a six-ink printer, especially when printing photographs. However, the Pixma TS3300’s results in our text reproduction tests were crisp, well-formed, and fairly legible (less than 10 points), less than I could see without magnification, making it more than suitable for most family or student work. and copying tasks.
While the TS3300 is a bit slow and expensive to use for business AIOs, the sample charts and graphs I’ve printed reproduce well as well – very well suited for high school and college reports and other homework assignments.
Like every other photocentric Pixmas I’ve seen, the TS3300 gave great photos. My colored highlights are brightly and accurately colored by important details. When you place the device’s output photos next to the same images printed on one of Canon’s five or six-color Pixmas printers, or perhaps Epson’s six-color Expression Photo HD XP-15000 widescreen image, obvious differences in brightness and detail are often noticeable. Colors are reproduced more accurately and are more saturated.
But these machines are, of course, twice as expensive or more expensive, and the extra ink cartridges add to the overall running cost. As a result, while some consumer-grade photo printers flaunt your family’s protective images more than the cheap TS3300, these AIO photos will pay tribute to your family’s memories.
Expensive to use
Most consumer-grade photo printers are expensive to use, but these days you can find ways to reduce your current daily operating costs with some flexibility in your budget. Unfortunately, this is not the case for the TS3300, which uses relatively low yield, high cost per page ink cartridges (like most of its predecessor and siblings). When you buy the highest yield ink tanks, monochrome pages will cost you about 10 cents and color pages about 18.7 cents per print.
Photos and other color documents with high ink coverage can be significantly more expensive, and buying more expensive TS models such as the TS9120 will not be so comfortable. Most of the third-party machines mentioned here have similar operating costs; The Epson XP-5100, for example, prints black pages for about 6.4 cents each and color pages for 17.5 cents each.
If you purchase HP DeskJet 3755 ink cartridges directly without subscribing to the HP Instant Ink subscription program, monochrome pages will cost you approximately 8.7 cents and color pages approximately 19 cents. However, the monthly Instant Ink subscription of $ 9.99 will cut those costs down to 3.5 cents per print – from double spaced black text page and 5-10% ink coverage to 8.5 x 11-inch photos or graphics without space. printing. busy flyer.
HP Envy Photo AIO AIOs, including the Envy Photo 6225, come with Instant Ink offerings and offer high quality photo reproduction. Most Canon MegaTanks and Epson EcoTank AIO print beautiful photos at a low cost per page if you are willing to pay more money for the printer and generous amounts of ink.
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