Canon - MAXIFY MB2720 Wireless All-In-One Printer - Black
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Prints up to 24 ISO ppm* in black, up to 15.5 ISO ppm* in color
To generate documents quickly.
Inkjet printers are best for home or small business use
They offer excellent print quality for photos and documents and accept a variety of paper types and sizes.
Wireless and mobile printing capability
Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the Canon PRINT app.
Apple® AirPrint enabled
For Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.
Up to 600 x 1200 dpi (dots per inch) color and black resolution
High resolution for producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos.
4 individual print cartridges are economical
Only replace ink cartridges (black, cyan, magenta and yellow) when a color runs out.
Large paper trays for high-volume printing and copying
Reload less often with two 250-sheet trays. Copy, scan or fax multiple pages easily with the 50-sheet automatic document feeder.
3" high-resolution LCD touch screen
Easily input commands for printing, copying and scanning directly from the printer.
USB port for simple connectivity
1 high-speed USB port offers a standard connection to your PC or a simple way to plug in and print with a USB drive, camera or other device.
Built-in duplex printing
Print on both sides of the page without turning it over manually, to minimize your printing costs and help the environment.
Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iPad and Apple AirPrint are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
*Requires a high-speed Internet connection.
Print speeds vary with use. See manufacturer for info on print speeds.
- Canon MAXIFY MB2720 Wireless All-In-One Printer
- Setup CD-ROM
- Full set of ink tanks
- Power cord
- Telephone cable
- Mobile Device PrintingYes
- NetworkingWired, Wireless
- ENERGY STAR CertifiedYes
- Printer TypeCopier, Fax, Printer, Scanner
- ISO Color Print Speed15.5 pages per minute
- ISO Mono Print Speed24 pages per minute
- Output Tray Capacity500
- Touch ScreenNo
- Product NameMAXIFY MB2720 Wireless All-In-One Printer
- Display ScreenYes
- Display Screen Size3 inches
- Model Number0958C002
- Color CategoryBlack
- Printer ConnectivityApple AirPrint, Ethernet, Google Cloud Print, USB, Wi-Fi
- Minimum System RequirementsWindows 10, 8, 8.1, 7, 7 SP1, Vista SP1, Vista SP2, Server 2012, 2012 R217, Server 2008, 2008 R217; Mac OS X v10.8.5 - 10.11; iOS; Android; Windows RT20; Windows 10 Mobile
- Product Height12.6 inches
- Product Width18.3 inches
- Product Depth18.3 inches
- Product Weight26.5 pounds
- Automatic Document FeederYes
- Photo PrintingYes
- Automatic Reduction/EnlargementYes
- Automatic Two-Sided PrintingYes
- Tray Capacity250
- Duty CycleUp to 20,000
Regulatory & Listing
- EPEAT QualifiedNo
- TWAIN CompliantYes
- Scanner TypeFlatbed
- Duplex Scan FunctionYes
- Transparency ScanningNo
- Scanner ResolutionUp to 1200 x 1200
- Integrated FaxYes
- Compatible CartridgesPGI-1200 Black (Std/XL); PGI-1200 Cyan (Std/XL); PGI-1200 Magenta (Std/XL); PGI-1200 Yellow (Std/XL)
- Ink Subscription Service AvailableNo
- Number Of Cartridges Required4
- Number of Black Cartridges Included1
- Number of Color Cartridges Included3
- Number of Ink Bottles/Tanks Required0
- Number of Ink Bottles/Tanks Included0
- Internal MemoryYes
- Memory Card SlotNo
- Automatic Document Feeder Capacity50 sheets
- Maximum Document Length14 inches
- Maximum Document Width8.5 inches
- Supported Paper Sizes4" x 6"; 5" x 7"; 8" x 10"; Letter; Legal; U.S. #10 Envelopes
- Paper FeederTop loader
- Media Weight (Minimum)64 grams per square meter
- Media Weight (Maximum)105 grams per square meter
- Compatible Media TypesPlain and High Resolution Paper; Photo Paper Plus Glossy II, Glossy, Plus Semi-Gloss, Pro Luster, Matte; Business Card; Label Paper; U.S.#10 Envelopes
- Maximum Number Of Copies99
- Printer Resolution (Black)Up to 600 x 1200
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 Year
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 Year
- Included SoftwareWindows, MacOS: Master Setup, Scan Utility, Network Tool, Speed Dial Utility; Windows only: PosterArtist Lite21, My Printer
FeaturesEase of Use1 out of 5Quality1 out of 5Value1 out of 5
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I don’t use evenPosted .
This printer is useless n within short time ink has been finished
FeaturesEase of Use1 out of 5Quality1 out of 5Value1 out of 5I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent Printer, Great Text, Good GraphicsPosted .
This is my third Canon Printer. I really like their line. I have a Pro-100 for photography and use this for everyday text and graphics. It is fast and fairly quiet. The text looks great, almost laser like. The graphics are sharp and clear, but not photographic. I got it because it works wirelessly in my home. Both my wife and I have laptops, and now send our items to be printed without having to run into the other room and plug it in. Installation was straightforward, except for the scanner. The docs all say it can scan at up to 1200 by 1200, but the software they supply seems to max out at 600 by 600. I emailed tech support, and after several exchanges was told I could ignore the pull down menu choices and just type in 1200. It worked. To bad the docs don't say that anywhere. I also like having 2 paper trays. I can now keep envelopes in one tray and regular paper in the other. If you are fitting it into a small space, be aware that the paper trays are not flush with the front of the machine. When you add paper, the trays stick out about 3 inches. I don't mind, because the output tray sticks out even further and covers the trays, but it is a little deceiving when you look at the picture on the box.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great Small Office Printer for a Great PricePosted .
My old HP combo printer died after about 10 years. I was sick of constantly replacing ink in that HP printer. When buying a new printer, I looked to other brands like Brother, Epson, and Canon. In the end after reviews from friends, I just on the Canon. This is a very full featured printer. It has extra large in containers, so hopefully I won't be changing ink as much. It is very fast printing and quality is very good. Scanning quality is excellent. The photo printing on plain paper is just so/so, but is much better on photo paper. Overall, I'm very pleased with this printer.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Far the most frustrating printer setup.Posted .
I had extreme difficulty getting this printer to connect to my network. It took approximately 3 hours for this printer to install. The Canon connector app was absolutely useless. I ended up having to manually configure the connection, then by a stroke of luck it connected. Once the printer finally connected to my network it took another 2 hours to configure the scanner so it wouldn't randomly rotate my scanned pages. This printer constantly loses connection to my network, which requires powering the printer down, then restarting and hoping it connects. I contemplated returning this unit, but after the significant time investment to install, I couldn't bring myself to box it back up and drive it to the store. The saving grace to this unit is that the print quality is superb and the print speed is by far the best I've seen. This printer also consumes very little ink, which is a big bonus. Pros: Excellent print quality Excellent scan quality Fast print Fast boot time Low Ink consumption Quite operation Large paper tray (x2) Cons: Extremely difficult setup. Useless and buggy app. Difficult Configuration apps. ADF does not support two-sided scans.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Not just an Office All-in-One but for Home use tooPosted .
I did a lot of online research on the Canon Maxify MB2720 before I purchased because I did not want to buy another printer that I could not use. I was using another Canon Printer prior to the Maxify and I could not keep that printer connected to my home network. It worked on the initial set-up and then when I turned it off and back on again, it did not connect anymore. Now, I like Canon printers because unlike HP & Epson which I have had in the past, Canon printers has more features for what you pay for them, Canon has better Customer Support, Canon's products last longer than the others and are easier to use. In looking for a new All-in-one printer, my main concern is how well the printer would connect to my home network and how it would maintain that connection. The initial set-up of the Maxify is pretty straight forward so that was great as well as expected. The real test would be how the printer would stay connected even if the printer was turned off. In the 5 weeks that I have had the Maxify MB2720, I have turned it off almost daily and everytime I need to print from any of my family's over 15 various devices from smartphones to tablets to pc's and mac's, the Maxify would always print what it was asked to print. Currently, I have my Maxify connected to my home network via my Netgear R8000 Router which works great. The features of this Maxify are much more than I need but with a college student and 2 high school kids at home, I think that most of the features will be put to use at some point before I need to replace this MB2720. My wife was able to print some great looking pictures on some "iron-on" cloth paper to make several Quilts for my daughters school auction which turned out great. All in all I think that you can't go wrong with this MB2720 All-in-One and I highly recommend anyone, even if you don't have a Home Office, to get this great printer.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
2nd Maxify PrinterPosted .
These work pretty well. Bought one for myself and then another for the office. When the cartridge runs out, VERY easy to replace. The printer lines up on the slot that needs replaced, it ejects from the slot and it goes directly into the printer slot needed. Support is great. If I can't figure some issue out, you can call support. They actually pick up the phone and help you until you get it figured out.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Canon Maxify Mb2720 Wireless All-in-one PrinterPosted .
I needed to replace my PIXMA All in One, so I looked at other Canon's since I the previous one for a long time and it served me well. The Maxify is an excellent printer, the Fax works well, I haven't gotten the knack of the instant print, but it prints large jobs quickly. This is probably more printer than I need, but the price was good and it has all of the features I want. Good for small offices- if you're looking for that. Only downfall is that I need to turn on and off the printer instead of it shutting down with the computer.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Canon Products are greatPosted .
I have used several other printers in the past and actually work on supporting various laser and ink jet printers from other manufacturers and have found that Canon products seems to outlast other compatible products in the same class. In some cases, Canon outlasts the availability of OEM toner and ink for a very old Canon models. When purchasing an item, I research it first if I am not familiar with that item and look at both the Pros and Cons to get an overall rating.I would recommend this to a friend
Asked by WyoBlu.
- A:Answer No if any ink out it will not print
Answered by Print
Asked by Glenn71.
- A:Answer DEPENDS. GENERALLY, ANY PERIPHERAL WILL WORK ON A NETWORK IF IT IS HARD WIRED. PER CANON SUPPORT, WIFI FREQUENCY IS 2.4.GHZ, ONLY. IF YOU HARDWIRE THIS PRINTER TO YOUR ROUTER (VIA ETHERNET CABLE) OR COMPUTER (VIA USB CABLE), WILL IT WORK ON A 5GHZ SYSTEM, JUST NOT ON WIFI. (***IMPORTANT NOTE: DEPENDING ON YOUR AREA, SOME CABLE/INTERNET ENTITIES ARE PROVIDING 5GHZ ROUTERS, ONLY, WITH NO DUAL BAND CAPABIITY. MANY WIFI DEVICES STILL OPERATE ON 2.4GHZ ONLY. SO IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH A DEVICE NOT WORKING; I.E. SOME SMART PHONES, WIFI CAMERAS, BABY MONITORS, PRINTERS, ETC; THAT MIGHT BE THE PROBLEM. SPECTRUM COMES TO MIND.***)
Answered by HOPETHISHELPS
Asked by Printerbuyer.
- A:Answer When you SCAN you create a file. The SCAN operations (single or two-sided) are therefore independent of the PRINT operation. Yes, with this printer you can scan two-sided documents. After the file is created, you can set the printer to print it either one-sided or two-sided. Presumably your question relates to use of the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) to scan multiple pages, since it's obvious that individual sheets can always be loaded onto the platen manually, whether they are one- or two-sided. When you SCAN a two sided document with multiple pages with this printer using the ADF, it will scan one side of all of the sheets and deliver them to the scanner output tray. You then will manually lift the stack of pages and load them back into the ADF (there's a screen picture that appears on your PC with the instruction on how to manually remove the pages from the SCAN output tray back into the ADF to complete the second side SCAN.) You first use the SCAN utility tool to instruct the printer whether you are scanning one-sided pages or two-sided pages. That way it will pause after all side-one pages are scanned and wait for you to load the stack into the ADF. When you decide to PRINT the scanned file, use the PRINT Properties selection to determine if your printed output will be one- or two-sided.
Answered by alwaysfixing
Q: QuestionIs the color photo quality as good as with a dedicated color photo printer? My current Pixma mg8120 3/1 printer did a good job with photo printing.
Asked by Rick.
- A:Answer Most likely it is NOT as good. The reason is that the design of the printhead for photo printing vs that for text printing presents some compromises. A dedicated photo printer will never produce TEXT as well as a dedicated TEXT printer. This printer is designed for printing text and charts and does a pretty fine job on photos when you use the best quality and suitable photo paper. But my experience is that by the time you pay for the ink and paper, you get a better product for less cost at your local drug store! And if you don't like the output, you don't have to pay for it when you use a professional printer service!
Answered by alwaysfixing
Q: QuestionIs the Scanner function compatible with the Mojave update (Mac OS latest update)?? I currently have a Canon Pixma MX870. (After updating my Mac to Mojave OS, the Scanner function stopped working completely.
Asked by FreeSpirit.
- A:Answer Yes, I am running Mojave 10.14.4 on a MacBook Pro and the printer and scanner work great. To use the scanner, you need to use the “Canon IJ Scan Utility 2”. It is in the Canon Utilities that are installed when the drivers are installed. You should find it by using launch pad. Good luck.
Answered by Beemer