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