PIXMA TS8270 Review

This PIXMA TS8270 6-Ink Photo All-in-One offers style in a small package. This advanced all-in-one printer, available in red, white, and dark, adds a touch of class to any advanced home or office interior with its smooth design. Combining remote network and an arsenal of cell phone applications enables clients to flex and express their imagination through a variety of printing capacities from the printer. A 4.3" touch screen LCD and a yield plate that expands as needed to print improve client comfort, making the PIXMA TS8270 ideal for purchasers who value a top-of-the-line multifunction printer that combines smart design with fantastic print speed and profitability.

You don't have to manually adjust the photo format with this printer because it can print a square photo paper, even borderless! You can also print nail stickers to achieve a completely different OOTD look with your lovely nail art! This printer is distinct in that it includes pattern paper and allows you to select from a variety of templates. It comes in a variety of styles, from simple to fancy, and is ideal for gift wrapping, scrapbooking, and even book covers. It also has a 2-way paper feeding feature that allows it to accept various paper sizes/types. Regarding the silver keyboard, you can either accept it or opt for the Space Gray model, which I recommend. Regarding the silver keyboard, you can either accept it or opt for the Space Gray model, which I recommend. With its auto-duplex printing feature, you can even print on both sides of the paper. It's also a good choice for those with limited desk space because of its seamless and compact design.

In addition to producing high-quality prints, the printer's efficiency is critical. The ISO standard print speed (A4) of the Canon PIXMA TS8270 is up to 15.0 (images per minute) ipm for monochrome printing and 10.0 ipm for color printing. When it comes to color printing, I would say it is fairly quick for a home printer. How is the printing quality? The printer has a maximum printing resolution of 4800 (horizontal)*1 x 1200 (vertical) (dots per inch) dpi, according to Canon's website. But what do these numbers mean on their own? To put things into perspective, I chose two other inkjet printers at different price points and compared their maximum printing resolution. According to the table above, the PIXMA TS8270 has the same maximum printing resolution as the PIXMA TS9570, which is one of Canon's higher-end inkjet printers. Naturally, the higher the dpi, the higher the resolution. As a result, the PIXMA TS8270 has a very high printing resolution for a mid-range inkjet printer. At $299, the printer is also reasonably priced.

Despite the two minor issues I mentioned earlier, the Canon PIXMA TS8270 is still a good and easy-to-use printer. I'm still smitten by its compact and minimalistic design, which complements the overall aesthetic of my minimalist home interior. It produces high-quality prints quickly and is relatively quiet. This printer, like most Canon products, is extremely user-friendly. And, given that Canon is constantly churning out new innovative products using breakthrough technologies, I am confident that their upcoming inkjet PIXMA printers will be even better.

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