Inkjet print quality is suffering as a result of the 2002 season’s crop of printers. Fortunately, the Canon S820 photo printer is an exception to this gloomy trend. There is no such thing as a low-cost printer, but it produces stunning text, graphics, and photos—especially when using high-resolution paper. Photo enthusiasts and small-business owners alike can place this printer in their homes or businesses with confidence. On the surface, this appears to be a standard inkjet printer. It sports a conventional, slightly potbellied design from Canon, as well as an L-shaped paper path (in vertically, out horizontally). The input tray, which protrudes behind the printer, contains 100 sheets; the output tray is simply a plastic piece that hangs perilously off the front end of the printer and comes off if you move it. The plastics are more solid than on some lower-end inkjets, but for a mid-priced printer, a gratifying click when inserting the output tray would be good. Setting up the Canon S820 is simple, whether you’re on a Mac or a PC; simply plug in the printer through the USB or parallel ports (neither cable is included), wait for your operating system to recognize it, insert the installation CD, and follow the instructions. Very new customers should have a look at the supplied, colorful poster, which explains how to unpack and plug in the printer, install the printhead and ink tanks, connect to your computer, and finally load the software. The Quick Start Guide is a tiny paper document that explains how to optimize photographs for printing and install the bundled photo management programs (see Features for a description of these). A Photo Application Guide, which describes how to utilize the various photo apps, is also included on the CD (for more info, see Features). Canon, unlike most inkjet manufacturers, separates ink cartridges from printheads in its inkjets. This means that ink cartridges are less expensive and generate less waste because you aren’t throwing away and replacing an entire printhead with each cartridge. Canon also splits the inks into distinct color cartridges with this printer, so you pay slightly more for each color tank when it runs out, rather than spending more to replace all three colors even if only one is empty. However, because the S820 is a photo printer, its ink system is based on Canon’s Think Tank System, and it requires six colors: the three normal colors and black, as well as picture cyan and photo magenta. You’ll have to pay a fee to get everything replaced. This is roughly equivalent to changing two tires. This is roughly the same as replacing two ink cartridges on a standard inkjet printer.
Download Canon S820 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.
*Match the Canon S820 manual based on the operating system you are using, because each installation on a different OS also has a different manual.
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 S820 printer. While Quick Start Guide is made for the installation of the priner before using it.
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