Canon’s Entry-Level Pixma TR4720 Wireless All-in-One Printer

A step up from the humblest all-in-one inkjets


Canon Pixma TR4720 Wireless All-in-One Printer Review at PCMag

Canon Pixma TR4720 Wireless All-in-One Printer Review at PCMag

THE BOTTOM LINE

It’s not cheap to operate, but the entry-level Canon Pixma TR4720 prints exceptionally well, making it a good choice for family rooms and home offices.

MSRP $119.99

PROS
    • Terrific print quality, especially for photos
    • Small footprint
    • Strong feature set including 20-sheet ADF
    • Auto-duplexing print engine
    • Good software bundle for the price
CONS
    • Slow document printing
    • High running costs with wasteful two-cartridge design
    • No flash memory device support
    • ADF is manual-duplexing

Canon Pixma TR4720 Review –
By William Harrel – April 5, 2022

Canon has upgraded its Pixma TR4000 series of all-in-one printers, with the TR4520 reviewed here in January 2019 replaced by the new Pixma TR4720 Wireless All-in-One Printer ($119.99). Like its predecessor and most Pixmas in its price range, this inkjet printer/copier/scanner/fax prints well, with especially attractive photos, and its standard automatic document feeder (ADF) makes it a better value than several other entry-level family and home office machines. The competition at this price point is tremendous, and given the TR4720’s skimpy paper tray and steep per-page running costs, it’s clearly designed for relatively low-volume printing and copying environments. But if you don’t push it much beyond, say, 100 or so prints per month, this Pixma should serve you and your family well.


Read the entire review at PCMag.


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