Although inkjet print speeds are currently reaching 20 pages per minute for draft mode text, the technology does not often achieve comparable performance in standard mode or with more complicated documents. When confronted with huge color blocks, for example, inkjet speed lowers dramatically when compared to a color laser printer. However, Canon’s new S750 inkjet outperforms the competition in terms of performance and print quality across a wide range of document types. This printer is among the quickest inkjets we’ve tested, with print speeds ranging from 20ppm (mono text) to 2.5ppm (full-color A4). The print quality is excellent, thanks to Canon’s Advanced MicroFine Droplet Technology, which provides a resolution of 2,400 by 1,200dpi and an ink droplet size of five picolitres. The S750 produces solid-color blocks rapidly and without banding or ink spilling thanks to a revolutionary color technology dubbed Advanced Precision Colour Distribution Technology (APCDT). APCDT enables single-pass bi-directional printing by offsetting the black nozzles from the color ones by one scan length, allowing drying time between black and color ink applications and reducing ink bleed; the color nozzle array is also mirrored to provide the same firing order on the print head’s outward and return passes, reducing banding. According to Canon, the paper feed includes four built-in engines and all mechanical components are designed for increased speed. The stunning quality of color graphics and images on special media is really impressive, even if it doesn’t exactly match that of a photo printer when inspected closely. Canon also guarantees light-fastness on Canon photo paper for up to 25 years as long as the output is not exposed to open air, extreme temperatures, excessive humidity, or direct sunlight. Image quality for text and graphics on normal paper is likewise decent, while photo printing on standard paper is not one of the printer’s strong points, with the printed looking washed-out and pale. This printer can print without a border, which is a crucial feature for photo printing. However, Photo Paper Pro (A4 and 6in. by 4in.) and Glossy Photo Paper are the sole options (A4). The S750 has a duplex feature, but the paper must be manually inserted according to the driver’s instructions, which then coordinates the printing sequence. The best angle for inserting the paper takes some practice, and while the driver is aware of the many types of paper, the procedure is not as automated as in some Hewlett-Packard models.
Download Canon S750 Manual PDF (User Guide And Quick Start Guide)
The following manuals contain all the instruction and tutorials on using your printer, from the beginning to the advanced.
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User Guide is usually used for learning the operations, maintenance, troubleshooting tips, and some useful tutorial on how to use the features of your Canon S750 printer. While Quick Start Guide is made for the installation of the priner before using it.
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