The Canon Pixma MG4120 Wireless All-in-One was one of three budget friendly inkjet printers announced by the popular manufacturer in the Fall.
At $129.99, the 3-in-1 Pixma MG4120 offers users new features including a front loading two cartridge ChromaLife 100 ink system, front loading paper trays and Pixma Cloud Link as well as a mix of standard features such as automatic duplexing, built-in card reader, Full HD Movie Print and wireless connectivity.
Want to know more? Check out our hands-on first look of this tiny dynamo with plenty of photos and information on build, design, specs and pricing. And don’t forget to come back soon to read the full review of the Canon Pixma MG4120 Wireless All-in-One.
Build and Design
The Canon PIXMA MG4120 is technically a new addition to the Pixma MG series but it’s a mixture of old and new, inheriting the heart of the Pixma MP495 and the sleek, glossy design of the Pixma MG5120 and Pixma MG5220 models.
But it has its own personality with the repositioned control panel, front side loading ink system and a front loading paper trays making the Pixma MG4120 more compact and easier to use than the previous generations. The approximate dimensions in storage are 18 x 12 x 6 inches and it weighs in just less than 13 lbs without consumables.
You’ll find the 48-bit CIS Flatbed scanner in the same position and with the same skill set: a optical print resolution up to 1200 X 2400 dpi, a maximum scan size of 8.5 x 11.7-inches, Auto Document Fix, Auto Scan Mode and Gutter Shadow Correction to name a few.
As I mentioned above, the control panel is now on the left side of the MG4120 and it features a 2.4-inch adjustable LCD, Canon’s Easy Scroll Wheel (I missed this on higher end models) and 10 quick keys designed to make navigation a breeze.
The built-in memory card reader is located below the control panel on the front side of the printer. Compatible media includes: SD, SDHC, MultiMediaCard (MMC), MMC Plus, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo.
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