Canon’s All-in-1 Printer
This all-in-one wireless printer tackles document-management tasks easily, printing out digital documents, digitizing physical files, and producing copies from a single device that helps save desk space.
Multiple Jobs, One Device
Rather than clog your desktop with a separate, printer, scanner, and copier, you can take care of all three tasks with the Pixma. Although no bigger than a traditional printer, the device can also digitize and duplicate documents using its built-in flatbed scanner.
You don’t have to tether your laptop to this printer with a USB cable in order to print. Built-in WiFi lets any device on your local network access the Pixma’s printing and scanning features, so you can create documents no matter where you are in your office. The Pixma is also compatible with Apple’s Air Print technology, letting you print documents from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with just a few taps.
Create high-quality physical copies of your favorite digital shots without going out to get them developed or describing them to a police sketch artist. The Pixma’s dedicated photo-printing mode creates borderless prints of 4”x6” photographs in as little as 70 seconds.
- Product number: MX492
- Prints, scans, and copies documents
- Print speed: up to 8.8ipm black, up to 4.4ipm color
- Print resolution: up to 600x600dpi black; up to 4800x1200dpi color
- Print sizes: 4”x6”, 5”x7”, 8”x10”, Letter, Legal, U.S. #10 envelopes
- Scanning resolution: 600x1200dpi
- Copy speed: up to 3.6ipm
- Integrated fax modem
- 802.11b/g/n WiFi
- Takes PG-245 and CL-246 ink cartridges (included)
- Compatible with Windows 7 or later, Max OS X 10.7.5 or later, iOS, and Android
- Weight: 13lb.
- Product dimensions: 17.2” (W) x 11.7” (D) x 7.5” (H)
- Condition: new
- Full specifications
In the box: MX492 wireless office all-in-one printer, power cord, ink cartridges, setup CD-ROM, telephone-line cable, and manuals and other documents
Nine years after its founding in 1937, Canon introduced the S II, the first camera to combine the viewfinder and range finder into a single window. As the company continued to roll out cameras and printers, including the first SLR camera with computer-controlled automation and a printer that fit in a briefcase, Canon’s inventions helped earn numerous Oscar and Emmy awards for its developments to lens and filming technology. The brand’s innovations have helped birth everything from the iconic EOS camera series to closed-circuit television systems used aboard space rockets.
Along the way, Canon has adhered to its corporate philosophy of Kyosei, defined as ““all people, regardless of race, religion, or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future.”” Canon supports the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children through fundraising and equipment supply, and the company prioritizes recycling and safe sustainability at all stages of its development and manufacturing process.