The Canon PIXMA G3000 boasts re­spectable print speeds, print qual­ity, and bud­get-friendly op­er­at­ing costs – the holy tri­fecta for print­ers.

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SPEC­I­FI­CA­TIONS

Du­plex Print Yes (Man­ual) // Prin­ter Func­tions Print, Scan, Copy // Pa­per In­put Tray 100 sheets (A4, A5, B5, Let­ter) / 10 sheets (Le­gal) // Pa­per Out­put Tray 50 sheets (A4, Let­ter) / 10 sheets (Le­gal) // Con­trol Panel 5x phys­i­cal but­tons, 4x LED in­di­ca­tors // Con­nec­tiv­ity Hi-Speed USB, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n // Di­men­sions Ap­prox. 445 (W) x 330 (D) x 163 (H) mm // Weight Ap­prox. 5.8kg // War­ranty 3-years // Con­tact Canon Mar­ket­ing (M) Sdn Bhd // Tele­phone 1 800 88 2000 // URL canon.com.my

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FE­BRU­ARY 2016 Print­ing in gen­eral has long been no­to­ri­ous for be­ing a sur­pris­ingly costly af­fair, es­pe­cially if you have large print jobs to com­plete all-year round – and right­fully so, since prin­ter con­sum­ables were known for be­ing priced more ex­pen­sively than hu­man blood. But don't fret, you won't have to drain your bank ac­count dry just to be able to op­er­ate and main­tain the Canon PIXMA G3000, as its four ink re­fill bot­tles are priced at just RM30 each – which is con­sid­er­ably (and com­par­a­tively) af­ford­able.

The PIXMA G3000 is an inkjet mul­ti­func­tion prin­ter that's able to jug­gle be­tween print­ing, scan­ning, and copy­ing your doc­u­ments. But be­fore you can hook it up to your PC (ei­ther via USB or Wi-Fi), you'll first need to prep it by fill­ing up its four des­ig­nated ink tanks us­ing the bun­dled ink bot­tles. The re­fill­ing process isn't a nerver­ack­ing af­fair, thanks to the sharp-noz­zled, spill-re­sis­tant ink bot­tles that gen­uinely helps to keep things neat and tidy. Even some­one who has no prior ex­pe­ri­ence of re­fill­ing inkjet car­tridges could ca­su­ally top them up with­out

The Canon PIXMA G3000 would def­i­nitely be more user friendly if it came with a dis­play panel in­stead of phys­i­cal but­tons and LED in­di­ca­tors.

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