Canon PIXMA TS9020 Driver Download

Canon PIXMA TS9020 Driver Download

Canon PIXMA TS9020 Driver Download

Canon PIXMA TS9020 Printer Reviews-I gave up inkjet printers years ago, I got cheap enough to be priced once color lasers are affordable. The majority of color printing I do is for documents, not photos, and color lasers are faster, quieter and cheaper to maintain. Over the years, I’ve been happy with my color laser, with a giant exception: Photo printing is too bad. Bad “I will just take the bad pictures of the print at home instead of Costco”.

Canon presented a review model to send a new all-inkjet, Pixma TS9020, I took a look, I just agreed to see how much ink jets have come up for the last time since I sat in a house. In general, I ended up being very impressed, and I have to admit I’m sorry for wanting to return the comment unit. (Although my 15 year old daughter is almost as sad about it as it is.)

The printer (they sent me a bright red, but also comes in white) is completely wireless (of course, excluding the power cord) and designed to be a network printer, instead of being tethering to a computer. Even though the installation instructions are direct to download and install a software package on your computer to configure the printer’s WiFi, I jumped and went directly to a simple manual installation, which is: Select the network on the printer’s LED, enter your password and you’re good to go.

The print documents were fast and surprisingly quiet. I don’t have any equipment for this test with precision, but I bet this printer is as quiet as my laser. And, it turns out faster: While it took my laser printer 40 seconds to print the same thing, Word prints a color, 3-page document in 28 seconds. Of course, speed is not the only thing that matters. The inkjet colors are much brighter and more vivid, but the text is softer and a little harder to read. But there was nothing against this printer – every inkjet laser I had had brighter colors and softer text.

But the photos are where you see the real difference. As I mentioned from the beginning, it’s not usually usable so dark because it gave up a long time trying to print the laser photo even. But TS9020 printed photos would easily get to the printing of Walgreens or Costco quality. In addition to the printer, Canon also provided a package of their 5 inch square glossy photo paper. I set my daughter loose with printer and paper pack, and of course I took no time to burn with all 20 sheets. But the print quality was very impressed.

Printer, inkjet: Includes a new feature since the last time I had mobile printing. Canon provides a free app for both Android and IOS. Application usage is incredibly simple: once installed, simply tap a button to find the printer (or if you’re using an Android, you can use NFC) and then start printing. The focus of the app is, of course, on print photos, but you can also print PDFs that may have been saved on your phone or tablet. You can also control the printer from the application, so if you want to scan or copy it, use your phone to start this process. (but it’s less cool than it looks: since you obviously needed to put the original on the printer, you have to sit on the printer to scan or copy something, and if you’re sitting there, is it really easier to use your phone rather than directly controls the printer?)

But speaking of copying: this is not something I have many reasons to do very often, but I had the printer copied something from my son, and as you would expect it was an easy and quality-it was a color certificate-it was perfect.

The scan was a little more complicated at first. The device provides three options for recording the scan: saving to a computer, sending as an e-mail attachment, or uploading to the cloud. The first two options require you to plug a computer into the printer via USB (too much for wireless). The third option, though, provided a nice set of options. I was expecting to have to save a kind of Canon service, but instead I have to choose Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote and many other popular services. From there, I needed to go in a setup process to be able to log in to my selection service, but once it was a quick and easy process that was done saving scans to the cloud. And once again, the quality was perfect.

I need to specify that the printer is running a frustrating feature, but I managed to close it fairly easily: its power saving mode. I’m not for wasting energy at all times most of the time, but I also used to have a printer that is always there and always ready to print to me. I have to turn it off before I can use it because the purpose of a wireless printer is to beat itself off a lot: I want to be able to print from anywhere, Dang.

Canon PIXMA TS9020 Driver Download

Support for Operating System:

  • Windows XP (32bit – 64bit)
  • Windows Vista (32bit – 64bit)
  • Windows 7 (32bit – 64bit)
  • Windows 8 (32bit – 64bit)
  • Windows 8.1 (32bit – 64bit)
  • Windows 10 (32bit – 64bit)
  • OS X
  • Mac OS
  • Linux

 

Canon PIXMA TS9020 Driver Download for Windows
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Canon PIXMA TS9020 Driver Download for Mac OS X
Download — <<< Canon PIXMA TS9020 Printer series Full Driver & Software Package (Mac)
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Canon PIXMA TS9020 Driver Download for Linux
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Download — <<< Canon PIXMA TS9020 ScanGear MP for Linux (rpm Packagearchive)
Download — <<< Canon PIXMA TS9020 ScanGear MP for Linux (Source file)
Download — <<< Canon PIXMA TS9020 IJ Printer Driver for Linux (rpm Packagearchive)
Download — <<< Canon PIXMA TS9020 ScanGear MP for Linux (debian Packagearchive)
Download — <<< Canon PIXMA TS9020 IJ Printer Driver  for Linux (Source file)

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