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REVIEW: Canon PIXMA  Endurance G6060

- September 11, 2019 2 MIN READ

Print, scan, copy and connect with ease with this new printer from Canon’s PIXMA Endurance range.

If you’re in the market for a printer that can really go the extra mile, consider the PIXMA Endurance G6060. A great little printer for the small business owner or home office user, the PIXMA Endurance G6060 has several features that are certain to appeal. Easy to set up and boasting a massive print range of up to 6000 pages in black and white or 7700 pages in colour on a single set of inks*, the G6060 takes endurance to the next level.

Unbox this bad boy and you can be set up and ready to go in a matter of minutes. Step-by-step instructions walk you through the process of filling the inkwells and setting up your devices. Technophobes can also opt for video help via Canon’s Print Assist program should they get stuck.

The Canon PRINT app also makes it super simple to print on the fly from your laptop or smart device. In fact, if you have a hankering to print some of your most insta-worthy moments, the PIXMA Endurance G6060 offers full-colour photo-quality 4×6 prints in under 60 seconds. It’s never been easier to capture and frame your precious moments.

The printer’s ink tank differs from many others in the market as it allows you to simply refill when inks run out.

Thanks to the PIXMA Endurance G6060 those days are gone. Say goodbye to expensive replacement cartridges that are difficult to install and hello to a no-mess-no-fuss system. The G6060’s ink tanks are easily refillable from the squeezy ink bottles (supplied) and you can be up and printing again in close to zero downtime. Plus, the inkwells are visible from the outside of the printer so there is no danger of overflow.

The bottom line: If you’re looking for an all-in-one printer that can scan, copy, and print photos and documents in a flash, the G6060 is a corker. Sure, there may be cheaper printers on the market but the G6060’s refillable design, easy setup and fab features will see it pay for itself in no time.

Find out more about the Pixma Endurance range.

* Page yield of ink bottle used for initial setup is lower than a replacement as a certain amount of ink is used to fill the print head during setup. Page yield is the estimated value based on Canon’s individual test method using the ISO/IEC 24712 colour chart and continuous printing simulation with the replacement ink bottles after initial setup.
Black and colour page yields are not to be combined.
Page yield varies significantly depending on contents printed and other factors.

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