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Canon Megatank GX4020 All-in-One Wireless Supertank Printer with Print, Copy, Scan and Fax | Auto Document Feeder | Mobile Printing | 2.7″ LCD Touch Screen

(6 customer reviews)

Original price was: $499.99.Current price is: $1,251.73. BZD

– 20% Amazon.com ★★★★★ Canon Megatank GX4020 All-in-One Wireless Supertank Printer with Print, Copy,… $399.00 $499.99  See it Print up to 6,000 Black / 14,000 Color pages with new set of ink bottles. (Printer comes with set up ink bottles offering 5,000 pages (BK) and 5,000 pages (Color)). Print, Copy, Scan, Fax Ink bottles have […]

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  • Print up to 6,000 Black / 14,000 Color pages with new set of ink bottles. (Printer comes with set up ink bottles offering 5,000 pages (BK) and 5,000 pages (Color)).
  • Print, Copy, Scan, Fax
  • Ink bottles have a “keyed nozzle” design to only fit and fill the correct color ink tank.
  • Not only are the MAXIFY GX Series printers packed with features, they’re also designed small to fit your workspace.
  • Get running in just a few minutes thanks to a streamlined and easy setup process out of the box.
  • Easy Wi-Fi setup in minutes. Connect to Wi-Fi without the need for a computer.

Specification: Canon Megatank GX4020 All-in-One Wireless Supertank Printer with Print, Copy, Scan and Fax | Auto Document Feeder | Mobile Printing | 2.7″ LCD Touch Screen

Product Dimensions

15.8 x 28.4 x 12 inches

Item Weight (Pounds)

20.9

ASIN

B0BN6XFFFP

Item model number

5779C002

Date First Available

December 6, 2022

Manufacturer

Canon

Sheet Size

4” x 6”, 5” x 5”, 5” x 7”, 7” x 10”, 8” x 10”, 8.5” x 11”,8.5” x 14”

6 reviews for Canon Megatank GX4020 All-in-One Wireless Supertank Printer with Print, Copy, Scan and Fax | Auto Document Feeder | Mobile Printing | 2.7″ LCD Touch Screen

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  1. V. Haley

    Feb 2023 — Six weeks into my Canon GX3020 and I think I have mastered it for the most part. I have an imac 24 with the M1 processor and Ventura OS. I like Canon and have had several, they seem to work well with Apple and I can air print from phone, ipad, and computer without a problem. Front paper tray is for letter size, special sizes go in rear. Never had a paper jam, with any size or printing 2-sided. I think the photo printing is slow, and the black and white text not especially speedy. It seems to make more noise than any other printer I have had, mostly the pixmas.Setup failed wirelessly long-term and I had to do it over with a cable to computer after a few days. That took YouTube videos, user blogs, online manual, going through the “settings” on printer (window is 1″ x 1″ and is incredibly difficult to read, plus there are settings within settings and it took some time to realize where I could access what I needed). I did finally resort to using a printer cable to connect to the iMac and that helped solve most of the issues I was having. NOTHING WRONG WITH THE PRINTER but there was a learning curve for me. As an example of frustration issues was trying to disable the sleep/off. That stupid thing took days to find in that little window on the printer under a heading under a heading. Just little things like that.Printing photos – Amazing really. There is, however, only the 3 basic color ink tanks, and one black. I use my printer for photos, cards, amateur printing, not professional. Generally use the print setting from Apple photos, adjust paper type and size on the printer screen, and have been generally happy. Black and white requires a program to get the look you want, paper choice and no doubt more than the base colors to work with will make that easier.Scan – I do scan a lot, mostly old photos. This is NOT a dedicated scanner, and certainly not dedicated for photos but will be good enough for us amateurs making Shutterfly photo books!Overall, good basic, all in one printer with the cost advantage of ink tanks instead of those cartridges. The ink tank printers have a way to go but for now, it is a joy not to have to stock cartridges.Regrets — not getting printer with more ink colors and a printer with a larger menu window that can angle for viewing with some contrast/light adjustment

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  2. david

    I needed to replace an old Kodak EasyShare 5500 printer we had since about 2007. For what I needed, the Kodak printer was not the best printer, but it got the job done and the inks were very cheap compared to the inks from other printers of that time. After Kodak stopped making printers, it was getting harder and harder to find Kodak inks and printer heads. The quality of the photo prints was good with aftermarket inks but not the same with aftermarket printheads. I finally ended up throwing it away. So, I started my search for an all-in-one photo printer with a flat top scanner, auto document feeder and duplex printing. A printer that would perform the same or better than my old Kodak. After reading all the good and bad reviews, I put my eye on 2 printers. One was a Brother brand and the other was the Canon MAXIFY GX4020. At first, I had the Brother printer ordered but canceled the order because of the high price for ink cartridges. I put some more thought and research on the Canon MAXIFY GX4020 and decided this was the one. It’s on the pricey side but it had all of the features of my old Kodak and more. I received it yesterday afternoon. It was a little bigger than the Kodak. About the same width at the front but about 2 to 3 inches longer from the front to the back, but it fit on the desk, so I was happy. Plugged it in, went through the setup process, filled the ink tanks and connected to the Wi-Fi network. Did a few scans from the flat top scanner and from the document feeder. I also printed some documents from two laptops and a photo from my phone. For me, the setup was easy and had no problems. As others have posted, this printer does not come with an owner’s manual or online documentation. The only documents in the box were warning information and a quick start card. I have not had this printer for 24 hours yet, so, I will definitely update this review as time goes on.

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  3. Marion E. Sparks Clark

    Got this after the print quality on my workhorse MP-990 started to decline and did not come back.Print quality here is good, but… The display panel is tiny and hard to read, and is much smaller than the one on the MP-990 despite the printer itself being larger.And why doesn’t this printer have an ethernet port? It seems to have much more trouble maintaining a wifi connection than the MP-990 despite being in the same spot. And it it right next to an ethernet switch, which I cannot plug it into since it is wi-fi or usb only, and since it needs to function as a printer for the network that leaves wifi. Just had to put in another router closer to it and hopefully that will fix the connectivity issues, but it has been a struggle so far.If you can use it with a usb connection or are closer to your main wifi router then you should be fine with it, but if not you can expect you might run into issues.

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  4. V. Haley

    I love that this thing just works. I hate printers that you need to turn on every time you need to use or push updates, I’ve been using this for a couple months and I’m a very sporadic printer, sometimes not printing for up to 2 weeks and then printing a bunch, this thing hasn’t had any issues and always just works. Love the build quality too, I feel it’s rugged enough to last a very long time.

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  5. Dr. Steven Kovner

    I print not cards for my art class. I am thrilled I do not have to individually feed each piece of card.I have had no paper jams😍

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  6. Antonio

    Returned an Epson EcoTank ET-3830 that did nothing but jam waste ink. Got the Canon Maxify 4020 and it blew me away. Great prints, fast prints, easy set up and less expensive that the comparable models by HP, Brother and Epson.

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