Canon’s Pixma G7020 MegaTank All-in-One – Paper Monster Meets Ink Miser

Both monochrome and color pages for under 1-cent each


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4.0  EXCELLENT
By William Harrel  June 30, 2020


Canon Pixma G7020 MegaTank All-in-One Review at PCMagPROS

  • Solid feature set, software bundle, and paper capacity for a bulk-ink model
  • Superb print quality, especially photos
  • Auto-duplexing print engine and ADF
  • Super-low running costs
  • Faster than previous MegaTank models
  • Up to 18,000 pages worth of black ink in the box

CONS

  • Last decade’s control panel

THE BOTTOM LINE

The Pixma G7020 inkjet all-in-one delivers some of the lowest running costs available in a consumer printer, making it a great value for families and home offices.

 


A step up from the Editors’ Choice-winning Pixma G6020 MegaTank, Canon’s Pixma G7020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One ($329.99) is a cartridge-less (bulk-ink) multifunction inkjet designed for printing and copying a few hundred pages per month in a home or small office. Like most lower-end bulk-ink models (Including Canon’s MegaTank, Epson’s EcoTank, and HP’s Smart Tank Plus brands), this one prints well, if a little slowly. And it churns out both black and color pages for under 1 cent each, making it a terrific value for those with moderate print and copy needs (say, between 300 and 500 pages a month). For the few extra bucks between the G6020’s and G7020’s purchase prices, the latter comes with an automatic document feeder (ADF) for sending multipage documents to the scanner without manual flipping, as well as a few other less notable features. They’re just enough to nudge the G6020 out and the G7020 in as our latest favorite entry-level color AIO printer for home offices.


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