Canon PIXMA Wireless All-in-One Photo Inkjet Printer
Print, copy, and scan with ease using this all-in-one device, which saves you the trouble of traveling to different machines and bargaining with different bridge trolls along the way.
Print straight from your wireless-enabled camera, smartphone, or laptop without scrounging around for a printer cable. You can pick out favorite saved images from Apple AirPrint or Google Cloud Print, or easily create a high-definition still using video clips stored on a Canon camera.
Run off borderless 4”x6” photo prints in as little as 41 seconds without sacrificing quality. A five-color ChromaLife100+ ink system uses FINE print heads to reproduce richly detailed images or sharply defined text with a droplet size of 2 pl (picolitres).
- Model number: MG6821
- Maximum document scan or print size: 8.5”x11.7”
- Produces up to 99 copies at a time
- Produces first copy within 18 seconds
- Maximum resolution: 4800 x 1200dpi
- Borderless printing up to 8.5” wide
- Optical scan resolution: 2400 x 1200dpi (interpolated to 19200 x 19200 dpi final image)
- Send a PDF or JPG from email directly to the printer
- Use Wireless PictBridge to print from a digital camera
- Image Garden software organizes and personalizes photos
- Auto power on
- Quiet mode feature
- Automatic duplex printing uses both sides of a page
- Print rates: 15 ipm (black) or 9.7 ipm (color)
- 3.0” LCD touchscreen
- Slots for SD cards and Memory Stick Duo
- USB 2.0
- WiFi connectivity
- Includes replacement ink
- Condition: new
- Product dimensions: 14.6”x18”x5.9”
- For warranty information, contact Groupon customer support
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.