We’ve just received one of the newest A4 photo printer among the PIXMA lineup by Canon. This model is the PIXMA MG6270, a dual function photo printer that can scan and of course, print.
Initial feelings are exciting because this is a Wi-Fi model with LCD screen on top, it is also pegged as one of the best all-in-one A4 printer out there. I’ve just tested printing my calling card and it printed the text as crisp as my old 4800 dpi iP4300. Interestingly I noticed that spooling the paper was super silent, I almost miss tapping my timer. It printed the A4 calling card in just under 2 minutes with maximum settings on. Colors are faithful to what I expect, it is vibrantly nice on the Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy II paper things that we normally see from Canon PIXMA printers.
Thats it for now and I’m going to do more testing in the coming days with the Canon Photo Paper Plus Glossy II (PP-201) and Glossy Photo Paper “Everyday Use” (GP-501) papers. If you want me to test or look for some certain features of this printer, don’t hesitate to leave it on the comment box.